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    I have adopted this recipe from Mean Chef. This is one of my favorite recipes. The pork is sweet, succulent and falling apart tender. Fabulous served alone, on rolls, in tortillas.

    Recipe #26257

    I've chosen to submit this recipe because the recipes found on this website for loosemeats, and on other websites, are not the original recipe. The loosemeat was created in 1924 at Ye Old Tavern-now Gus' Family Restaurant on 14th and Jackson St. in Sioux City, Iowa. Nowadays you will find the original sandwich served at Bob's Drive Inn on Hwy 75, LeMars, Iowa just a mile or so out of Sioux City, at The Tastee Inn and Out, on Gordon Drive and at Miles Inn on Leech Ave. among others. If you see a recipe for loosemeats that contains tomato juice-run! A loosemeat is a sloppy joe without the slop-so stay away from anything tomato-ey please! These little sandwiches are great for football parties, slumber parties, with a cold beer on a sunny summer day, or just anytime you want a real taste of Americana cooking that takes just a few minutes with very little cleanup. These are typical Iowa tavern fare. I loved these sandwiches so much when I was a kid and one day I ran into my Grandma's tavern and asked for my usual "tavern". They always came served with a thin sheet of restaurant paper under them. I was so eager I ate my sandwich half way gone before I realized I was eating the paper too:-) After cooking these in the kitchen they were transferred to a portable steamer. This is the original recipe for the little dudes that were served in the Midwest. I cannot account for changes or differences in flavor for other regions of the country, east or west. I learned to make my Grandma's version when I came to spend summers with her in Sioux City between 1958-65. She's the reason I've become a diehard foodie, a "from scratch" cook. My Grandma was a fearless woman who wasn't afraid to tread in unfamiliar waters. In so many ways food brings people together. I had no idea these little sandwiches would be so loved and bring such happiness to people. I've been so touched by the messages I've received from folks who've tried this recipe and then shared their memories w/me! Thanks!! And thank you Recipezaar for creating a place for us to come together and share with each other!

    Recipe #87075

    These are great snack or dinner. I like to serve them with sweet-n-sour, duck or plum sauce.

    Recipe #147403

    We love this easy to make mo shu pork. I use whole wheat tortillas, low-carb style as they are thiner, more like the chinese restaurants use. I adapted this recipe from another site and perfected it to our liking.

    Recipe #98070

    I got this recipe from "Top Secret Recipes" and it is the HoneyBaked Store recipe (or duplicate) that they use at the store. The hams are delivered at the stores already smoked and cooked; they are then sliced with the signature cut and then this recipe is used to caramelize them using a blow-torch. "Top Secret Recipes" only keeps this recipe up for two weeks on their site a year. The spices are ordinary pumpkin pie spices and you may substitute that for the first three spices. To get the coating just right, you must use a blowtorch. If you don't have one, you can find a small one in the hardware stores for around $15. Oh, Eleventhletter - I loved your suggestion to put it in a can of cola and baste it with that! Wonderful! THEN, when it's done - put on the sugar crust!

    Recipe #102699

    34 Reviews |  By Fluffy

    This family favourite is very filling and delicious

    Recipe #68315

    You can use almost any kind of noodle in this dish. Originally from Everyday Food. I guess a taste for sweetness is subjective, because we love this dish! Sometimes I add fresh orange zest, cilantro and crushed red pepper.

    Recipe #187872

    This recipe comes from Dorothy Huang, who is a local chef and cookbook author. I think it makes a wonderful barbecued pork that tastes like the best Chinese restaurant's! You can slice the pork into 2 inch by 1/8 inch pieces and serve hot, or cold as part of a Chinese cold plate. Prep time does not include marinating time.

    Recipe #60559

    From www.TopSecretRecipes.com. Copy Cat Recipe. I received a ton from my mom.. Here's another...I haven't adusted anything :O) On some I had to guess on the time and servings if I haven't tried them.

    Recipe #157144

    My husband LOVES this pork steak. It is fork tender, tasty & easy to make.

    Recipe #42905

    Seared pork chops covered with fresh mushrooms, then baked smothered in a sinfully delicious sauce full or bacon, onions, cream, and a touch tomato sauce. A dish so full of flavor everyone will be wandering around the house looking for their socks. Quick and easy comfort food sure to please family and dinner guests. Note:The tomato sauce can be substituted with ketchup or tomato paste in a tube.

    Recipe #157964

    3 Reviews |  By Mike B.

    Pineapple based marinade for Pork back ribs.

    Recipe #16146

    1 Reviews |  By MrsSnax

    I made this marinade up when my DH and I were first married. It works very well for grilling or for broiling. It's on the zesty side, so feel free to cut down on the spices.

    Recipe #96531

    Recipe #14033

    161 Reviews |  By JoAnn

    Different, unusual way to prepare ribs. The soda pop tenderizes the meat. Untried recipe but they sound so good I just had to post them!

    Recipe #19724

    I like this recipe because you don't have to preboil the ribs. I received the recipe from a friend.

    Recipe #20496

    When Damon's Restaurant left our area, I had to re-create their delectable, sweet, hickory-flavored ribs because we all loved them so much. These tender, juicy, melt-in-your-mouth ribs live up to their name and are my family's #1 favorite. Although this recipe takes a while to prepare, the steps are easy, and the results are well-worth the trouble. The sauce recipe came from my cookbook, "True Southern Family Recipes". It can be prepared ahead and refrigerated indefinitely.

    Recipe #57185

    These ribs are falling apart tender and full of flavor. (A recipe adopted from the kitchen of Mean Chef.)

    Recipe #28316


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