pork

Consider adding these flavorful cuts to your next recipe, from trotters to ham hocks.
Porchetta (pronounced "por-ketta") is a spectacular roulade of pork -- whole hog traditionally, or shoulder or loin -- rich with crisp belly fat, blasted with garlic, herbs, salt, pepper, and citrus zest.
Pork ribs, pulled pork, and bacon may gain more attention when it comes to pork on your grill or in your smoker, but an expertly prepared moist and tender pork chop is a thing of beauty.
This slow cooked pappardelle with wild boar ragu will literally melt in your mouth.
If you passed Richard Hoyle on the street, you'd never guess that he's a long-time vegan and animal rights activist. Nearing his 70th birthday, Richard is a self-described "crusty old conservative." He's also eloquent, wise, humble, and funny.
A King of Porc has been crowned, and that gluttonous godsend is Chef Walter Manzke of République in LA. However, one Miami chef was serving up dishes that were a sight for sore eyes.
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Afterwards, she tore through the benchmark reading materials -- Jonathan Safran Foer's Eating Animals, Michael Pollan's The
Even after the cutlets/patties from a few weeks ago, there was still a bit of braised pork in the fridge a day or two later
Bernie seems to take a fairly common -- and deceptive -- route these days when it comes to animal agriculture: he criticizes the boogeyman of "factory farming" while leaving his favorite "family farms" untouched.
The spirit of New Yorks' 5 Pointz graffiti/street art holy place has popped up in the same Queens neighborhood where it was demolished in 2014, and since last summer more than 50 local and international aerosol artists have been hitting a new project.
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Surveillance video appears to show it being thrown from a pickup.
Undercover video recorded by an animal rights activist at one of the largest U.S. pork producers appears to show pigs being beaten and dragged across the slaughterhouse floor as workers cheer and throw blood-soaked towels at one another.
Pigs that appear covered with feces and sores are headed for processing in the video at one of the largest U.S. pork producers.
As disturbing as this is, it's not a surprise to those of us who have to sit through sickening videos and then listen to the profiteers defend the practices, cover them up and kill the messenger along with the pigs, chickens, turkeys, rabbits and others.