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“Cooking raw pork… to 145°F with the addition of a three-minute rest time will result in a product that is both microbiologically safe and at its best quality.” —USDA

So reads last May’s announcement from the USDA which, as a pork lover, I felt was long overdue given the fact that the pork industry in this country has been every bit as diligent in eradicating potential consumer hazards as the beef industry, yet there was/is still this image of pork as a ticking time bomb from which cooks had to protect themselves by cooking to death. The pork industry did make the best of things with the highly-successful “Pork: The Other White Meat” campaign a couple of decades back, but a white pork chop is dry and ruined in my book.

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The other interesting thing about this announcement, for me, is that not only has the USDA acknowledged that the 160˚F threshold is no longer necessary, but it also grouped pork into the same “red meat” category as beef, veal, and lamb—you know all those meats that people order “rare” and “medium-rare”—by saying that whole cuts (e.g. chops, steaks, roasts, etc.) of any of those meats (including pork) are subject to the same temperature guidelines. Ground meats are still required to go to 160˚F.

Now nobody here is advocating that you should go out and order a rare pork chop, or cook anything under 145˚F, but I think it is a fact worth celebrating that the USDA came down so dramatically on this particular guideline. And, quite frankly, most chefs have had about as much respect for the 160˚F requirement as the cast of Cannonball Run did for the 55mph speed limit.

“About time!” was the initial reaction of Chris Hastings, James Beard Award nominated chef/owner of the Hot and Hot Fish Club in Birmingham, AL. He went on to note that despite the fact that the conditions under which many of the microbiological risks (trichinosis, most notably) associated with pork thrived were eradicated decades ago with the abandonment of “slopping” pigs, it is such an ingrained mindset fostered over generations that it will always be hard for some folks to come around to thinking about pork in the same terms as other “red meats.” But, he enthuses about an ”exciting pork revolution” happening at this time led by chefs and heritage farmers. Breeds such as Berkshire, Gloucester Old Spot, and Duroc have a “yum-factor that is off the charts,” according to Hastings.

So if you’ve never tried one of these heritage breeds, now might be the time to go get yourself a nice cut of pork, fire up the grill, and treat it with the same respect that you would a Filet Mignon or Rack of Lamb. USDA approved.

A side-by-side comparison of 160° (left) vs. 145° (right) pork:


Pulled Pork Enchiladas (Pork Carnitas)

These Pulled Pork Enchiladas are made with Pork Carnitas and topped with a delicious homemade Enchilada Sauce!

This post is part of a series of meals made using Easy Slow Cooker Pork Carnitas (Mexican Pulled Pork) that I posted last week. It freezes so well and defrosts quickly, making it great to have on hand for fast meals – like Enchiladas. However this recipe can be made using any pre cooked meat – shredded chicken in particular would be fantastic. It takes a mere 15 minutes to assemble (if that), then just pop it into the oven.


To the End of the Earth: Pork – the other white meat!

Now turn with me once again to The Acts of the
Apostles, or The Acts of Jesus Christ, or even The Acts of the Holy Spirit. Turn
with me to chapter ten, and we’re going to read together verses 9-23.

Now I know that those of you who are astute will be
able to point out that we haven’t done verses 1-8. I hope there are a few who
can point that out to me! And the reason is because of the way Luke so often
tells a story in The Acts of the Apostles &mdash he envelopes stories…stories
within stories &mdash and the story of Cornelius is in two parts: at the beginning of
Acts 10 and at the end of Acts 10, and in the middle is this story about Peter.
But both of these stories are actually going on at the same time, and for the
purposes more of logic than anything else, I want us to look at this section
tonight, and then next Tuesday we&rsquoll be looking at the beginning and end of Acts
10.

Now with that in mind…and it is so very
significant that these scholars (and some of whom are students of mine) from the
FORTS network that we support here at First Presbyterian Church…it’s so very,
very relevant that they should be here tonight, because in many respects this is
what this section is all about. It’s about the gospel going into all the world.
It’s about the calling of Gentiles into union and communion, along with
believing Jews, into the church of Jesus Christ.

Now let’s pray together as we read this passage.

Father, again we thank You for the Scriptures. We
thank You that holy men of old wrote as they were carried along by the Holy
Spirit. Help us again tonight to read, mark, learn, and inwardly digest for
Jesus&rsquo sake. Amen.

Now hear with me the word of God:

[Now, I need to explain there are three men on their way from Caesarea up to
Joppa, coming from the house of a man called Cornelius]…

&ldquoOn the next day as they were on their way and approaching the city,
Peter went up on the housetop about the sixth hour to pray. But he became
hungry, and was desiring to eat but while they were making preparations, he
fell into a trance and he saw the sky opened up, and an object like a great
sheet coming down, lowered by four corners to the ground, and there were in it
all kinds of four-footed animals and crawling creatures of the earth and birds
of the air. A voice came to him, &lsquoGet up, Peter. Kill and eat.&rsquo But Peter said,
&lsquoBy no means, Lord, for I have never eaten anything unholy and unclean.&rsquo Again a
voice came to him a second time, &lsquoWhat God has cleansed, no longer consider
unholy.&rsquo This happened three times and immediately the object was taken up into
the sky.

&ldquoNow while Peter was greatly perplexed in mind as to what the vision
which he had seen might be, behold, the men who had been sent by Cornelius,
having asked direction for Simon’s house, appeared at the gate and calling out,
they were asking whether Simon, who was also called Peter, was staying there.
While Peter was reflecting on the vision, the Spirit said to him, &lsquoBehold, three
men are looking for you. But get up, go downstairs, and accompany them without
misgivings for I have sent them Myself.&rsquo Peter went down to the men and said,
&lsquoBehold, I am the one you are looking for what is the reason for which you have
come?&rsquo They said, &lsquoCornelius, a centurion, a righteous and God-fearing man, well
spoken of by the entire nation of the Jews, was divinely directed by a holy
angel to send for you to come to his house and hear a message from you.&rsquo So he
invited them in and gave them lodging.&rdquo

Amen. And may God add His blessing.

I have vivid memories of my grandfather on my
father’s side. He died when I was in my late teens. He lived on a farm. It was
part of the same farm that we lived on. It had been divided into two my father
had been given a section of my grandfather’s farm. And for most of the time that
I knew him, he was riddled with arthritis…wasn’t able to bend from the hips
downwards, walked with two sticks. Lived on his own (my grandmother had died),
and had a smallish farm. Kept some chickens and a cow or two, but especially (in
the point of the story) he always had one pig. He slaughtered this pig just
before Christmas &mdash did it all himself &mdash and then…. He had no refrigeration.
There was no fridge of any description in the house. He barely had electricity.
And he would salt this pork, the whole side of the pig would be salted, and it
would be hung on a hook in the larder in the kitchen. And when I would visit, he
would go in there with a very sharp knife which he kept in a sort of pouch on
the side of his hips. He would slice some of this bacon (actually it was just
fat!) and he would just slice several chucks of this fat and fry it in lard
(more fat!) and with bread that would be my dinner. (Now I have to tell you that
my grandfather lived until he was 95 years old, and never once was in hospital!)

But tonight’s passage is about food, and it’s about
pork &mdash &ldquothe other white meat.&rdquo It’s about the food laws, the kosher laws of the
Old Testament, the laws that Ligon went through not so long ago in the Book of
Leviticus, in chapter 11 and again a parallel account, almost, in Deuteronomy
14, as Moses is giving instruction now to the people of God on the plains of
Moab, just before they cross over the River Jordan and into the promised land.
Strict culinary restrictions about Israel’s eating habits: animals that chewed
the cud were OK, and so long as their hooves were cloven or split and certain
birds, winged creatures outlawed were storks and owls and bats. But it was OK to
eat locusts. And you call them &ldquokatydids&rdquo? however you pronounce that here in
the South…

It’s tempting, and I’ve read many an account over
the years that the reason why God introduced, for example, a ban on eating pork
or bacon was for hygiene reasons prior to refrigeration. I don’t believe a word
of it. It wasn’t anything to do, I think, with hygiene. It was to do with
separating the people of God, or separating Israel from the Canaanites. It was
separating Israel from the surrounding nations. Nothing would do that with
greater force than food. It separates you.

I had a flat tire not so long ago, and the seminary
had this little relationship with a garage in Clinton so I drove there and asked
them to fix this puncture that I had in my tire. And there was a man there. He’s
an African-American he’s probably in his 60’s. It was hard to tell. He was
sitting on a couple of tires, and on his lap was a plate &mdash a plastic plate with
something hot and steaming. And I said to him (it looked absolutely
revolting!)…I said to him, &ldquoWhat is that?&rdquo And he said, &ldquoOh, that there be
chittlin’s,&rdquo he said. Now, I had heard the word before. I wasn’t sure how to
spell it, but I’d heard the word before. I never want to eat it! Whatever it was
and I’ve been told what it was…. I have no aspirations whatsoever to eat it.
Food will divide you!

If you go to Sam’s on a Friday evening and take your
little cart around, you&rsquoll see in a certain section pickled pig’s lips in a jar.
I don’t eat that, either! Food divides. And it certainly divided Israel from the
surrounding nations. Imagine how difficult it would be to invite folk to eat.

My wife…one time, a Jewish missionary &mdash a friend
of mine, I thought &mdash who had food issues…and he made it known to me as I was
inviting him for a meal at my home that he was a vegetarian. &ldquoFine,&rdquo I said. Ask
no questions for conscience sake God alone is Lord of the conscience…left it
free from the doctrines and commandments of men and all that…. And I said to
Rosemary, &ldquoWe&rsquore going to have to prepare a vegetarian meal.&rdquo And my wife went
to extraordinary lengths. Do you know how difficult it is to prepare a
vegetarian meal if you&rsquore not in the habit of preparing one? And she went to
extraordinary lengths. Took her all day. She got some recipes from friends and
members of my family who are strict vegetarians, and served this delightful meal
&mdash recipes I’d never eaten before, but they were absolutely wonderful and
delightful. And just as we were sitting down, he said, &ldquoThis dish….&rdquo and it
was a kind of soup, a vegetarian broth, you know? Warm, hot, with vegetables…I
thought it did the trick. It was vegetarian. And he said, &ldquoHow did you make this
broth?&rdquo and I saw trouble coming immediately, and I wouldn’t have answered the
question! But my wife answered the question and she said, &ldquoI used a vegetable
stock cube.&rdquo &ldquoAh!&rdquo he said. &ldquoLet me see the box.&rdquo I knew trouble was coming now.
And he looked at the box, and sure enough on the box there was something with a
number, an &ldquoE&rdquo number. I have no idea what it was, but he wouldn’t eat it. And
that was it. And you know, he was a friend and still is sort of a friend, but I
can tell you my wife was not fast pleased. It took several days to calm her down
from this debacle over food. Food will divide you.

Peter is on the roof of a house in Joppa. It’s by
the Mediterranean, and he’s in the house of Simon the tanner, and we’re told
that the house is right by the sea, on the coast. He’s on the roof at mid-day,
and he’s praying. It’s not usual to pray at mid-day &mdash Daniel prayed three times
a day, but mid-day was not one of them. Peter is praying for perhaps
extraordinary reasons. He’s on the roof maybe because it’s private on the roof,
but maybe because at mid-day there are those wonderful Mediterranean Sea
breezes. Maybe there’s an awning to keep the sun away.

And three men have been sent to Peter. We&rsquoll hear
more of that part of the story next Tuesday. These two things are going on
simultaneously. God has been speaking to a man called Cornelius. We&rsquoll also talk
about Cornelius next Tuesday. But three men, three soldiers, or two soldiers and
a friend, perhaps, of Cornelius have been sent…the journey…that would take
them maybe three or four hours to make the journey from Caesarea to Joppa. And
Peter is on the roof of the house, and he’s fallen into a trance, and he’s
hungry. And food is being prepared. And as he falls into this trance, he sees a
vision of some kind, and a sheet, or the Greek seems to suggest a container &mdash
even the sail of a sailboat, is lowered down from its four corners. And the idea
of four corners is somewhat suggestive of the largeness of this vision &mdash the
four corners of the earth. It’s somewhat apocalyptic, this description of what
Peter actually sees. And inside are…it’s &ldquoAnimal Planet!&rdquo It’s all kinds of
animals and birds and reptiles and creeping things &mdash clean animals and unclean
animals, including presumably a hog or two.

The Jews had made several wrong conclusions about
the food laws. One conclusion that they had drawn was that because they didn’t
eat pork, they were better than other people. Yes, I’ve met vegetarians like
that, too. They also &mdash and Jesus picks this up in Mark 7 &mdash they also confused
the outward and the inward. They believed that simply refraining from eating
certain things made them holy, and do you remember what Jesus says? It’s what
comes out of a man, not what goes into a man that makes you holy, that defines
you as holy.

And Peter is being asked to go to (a) a Gentile
home and, (b) to have dinner with him. He’s been invited to dinner in Caesarea
in the house of Cornelius, the Roman centurion, a Gentile &mdash a God-fearer, to be
sure &mdash but a Gentile, nevertheless. Not circumcised, didn’t obey kosher laws…
not just the food itself, but the food preparation…you know, the hands that
have gone into making this food. And he protests. And he protests violently.
Three times God says to him, and three times he protests.

What’s this all about? Let me suggest just about
four things.

Let me suggest first of all
it’s about vegetarianism.
Let me have a go at that. I have dear
friends I have family members who are card-carrying vegetarians, and I know what
I’m talking about here …vegetarians who insist that the eating of meat &mdash red
meat, white meat, any kind of meat &mdash is ethically wrong who suggest that the
real fall is man’s domination over creation rather than his empathy with it. The
same kind of philosophy that governs the Wicca nature religion, or the Druids.
It’s Dionysian.

Some of you, on another score, may have come across
the name of Professor Andrew Lindsey. Professor Andrew Lindsey teaches at
Mansfield College in Oxford. He received a D.D. &mdash not &ldquoDoubly Destitute,&rdquo as C.
H. Spurgeon said D.D. stood for, but a Doctor of Divinity. And he received it
from the former Archbishop of Canterbury (or a former Archbishop of
Canterbury, George somebody or other, whose name I can’t remember..). Andrew
Lindsey has written a book. It’s a best-seller. It’s been translated into
Japanese and Italian, and I think Portuguese and Spanish, and it’s called
Animal Theology
. It’s a great read. It’s got a wonderful cover. Basically
his view is that God created all things equal &mdash animals as well as human beings,
and that part of our reflection of the image of God is to treat animals on a par
with human beings.

The answer to that is I have no qualms with people
who are vegetarians for their own sake, if that’s the choice that they make. I
have no qualms about that whatsoever. But the imposition of that on the
conscience of others, I do have problems with, because it imposes something on
the conscience of Jesus, because Jesus ate the Passover &mdash roast lamb, as you
will recall. And one of the last things that’s recorded of Jesus in His
resurrection body is that He ate fish with the disciples on the edge of the Sea
of Galilee. It’s about vegetarianism, and how wrong it is as an imposition on
the conscience of others.

Secondly, it’s about
hospitality.
I won’t spend too much time on this. It’s the fact,
first of all, that Peter is in the house of Simon the tanner in Joppa, and then
he invites the three friends who come from Caesarea into the house, and they
spend the night there before the next day they head down to Caesarea. It’s all
about hospitality. What a wonderful thing to draw from this story of how Peter,
from Jerusalem, is given hospitality in Joppa and himself gives and provides
hospitality, and who will later write in his epistle, &ldquoShow hospitality to one
another without grumbling.&rdquo What a wonderful thing it would be if we would draw
a very simple lesson tonight, and maybe invite some of these friends of our
FORTS scholars into our homes over Thanksgiving or over Christmas, and share a
meal with them. That would be a wonderful lesson to draw from this passage.

A third lesson is more
difficult and more sensitive.
What exactly is Peter being asked to
do? You see, one of the things that had developed because of the kosher laws
among the Jews… now, we’re familiar with anti-Semitism in our time, of
Gentiles hating Jews, but actually the reverse was true in Peter’s time, because
the Jews as a race had developed an opinion that they were better than
others…better than the Gentiles. They called Gentiles &ldquodogs,&rdquo after all. It
was a reverse discrimination to the one that we presently see. And Peter is
being asked as a Jew, and a circumcised Jew and a kosher-abiding Jew, to go to
the home of Cornelius, a Gentile, a Roman soldier, and have a meal with him. It
would be like somebody asking me to go and eat chittlin’s with this man! It
would be on a par with that.

I went on a trip one time to India, and on another
occasion went on another trip to Pakistan to visit some missionaries. I ate some
things that I don’t even want to think about in Pakistan. In India, it all
tasted of curry so it all tasted the same I just didn’t want to look at what it
was I was eating. But I was given very strict instructions on more than one
occasion: Do not refuse this food. Do not, under any circumstances, spit it out.
Do not say some disparaging remarks about not liking X, Y, or Z. Because in one
instance the meal that had been prepared for me had cost this family an entire
week’s worth of wages, and I ate it, asking no questions for conscience sake. I
was glad to get home, and I did spend several days in hospital when I got home
from Pakistan, but I ate it.

There’s a lesson here, friends, about racism. Yes,
there is. Because Peter is being asked to show the same hospitality to a Gentile
as he would to a fellow Jew, and it wasn’t easy for Peter and he will stumble
at this again in Antioch. And Paul recounts the incident in Galatians 2, when
his brothers from Jerusalem come up to Antioch and he’s been eating with the
Gentiles…pork sandwiches for lunch &mdash but when his friends, his Jewish
Christian friends from Jerusalem, come up, all of a sudden he’s not eating pork
sandwiches any more, and he’s not eating at the same table as the Gentiles any
more. He’s just eating with the Jewish Christians. And Paul withstood him to the
face.

Now that was something you&rsquod want to see – the
encounter between Paul and Peter &mdash because there’s a movie in it. Yes. This,
according to Mark Dever, of Capitol Hill Baptist Church, in his second volume on
the New Testament, he says this is the most important chapter in the Bible. Now
I have to tell you, when I first read that I thought, &ldquoMark! Come on!&rdquo But
actually I think he’s right. This is the most important chapter in the Bible
because this is the moment when the gospel is now going to spread to the end of
the world: from Jerusalem to Judea, to Samaria, to the ends of the earth.

It’s one thing to have nice little theories about
the gospel and its relationship to Gentiles when you&rsquore in Jerusalem it’s
another thing now to actually go to the house of a Gentile and eat his food. And
that’s what Peter is being asked to do, and that’s why he’s protesting so much.
Because it’s been underlined that the gospel is for black and white, for
Caucasian and African American, and whoever they are. And our dear friends from
Mexico and Zambia and Kenya and Korea and &mdash who have I left out? &mdash Malawi, and
Pickens and wherever else you&rsquore from. It’s for the whole world, because as Paul
tells us in Ephesians 2 that dividing wall of partition between Jew and Gentile
has been broken down as a consequence of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. There
is no longer Jew nor Gentile, slave nor free, born Scythian or whatever, because
we are all one in Jesus Christ, and there is only one way of salvation: through
faith alone in Jesus Christ alone and whoever that person is and what ever
their ethnicity may be, we’re all one in Jesus Christ. That was a hard lesson,
my friends. That was a hard, hard lesson for Peter and it’s a hard lesson for
us. But it’s a lesson for the sake of Christ and the gospel we have to take into
our hearts.

But you know, there’s one
more thing . Because do you notice on a more personal level that Peter has a
terrible habit
. Now I have habits…I’m
not going to tell you what they are, because then you&rsquoll always point them out
to me…but my wife knows what my habits are. But I have habits, and Peter has a
habit. He has a habit of saying &ldquoLord&rdquo and &ldquono&rdquo in the same breath. Do you
remember at Caesarea Philippi when Jesus began openly to say that He would be
taken to Jerusalem and there would be put to death by those scribes and
Pharisees, and so on? And remember what Peter said? &ldquoThis will never be.&rdquo Do you
remember later, in the Garden of Gethsemane he cites from Zachariah 13 and says
you&rsquoll all be scattered tonight…and you remember what Peter says? &ldquoThey may
all be scattered, but not me, Lord.&rdquo And he’s doing it again here. He’s calling
Him &ldquoLord&rdquo and he’s saying &ldquono.&rdquo How can you do that? How can you say &ldquoLord&rdquo
and &ldquono&rdquo in the same breath?

But isn’t there a bit of Peter in all of us? We want
to call Him Lord, and we do love Him, and we want to obey Him, and we want to
follow Him with all of our hearts and yet there’s another spirit within us that
says &ldquono&rdquo or &ldquonot yet&rdquo or &ldquonot now&rdquo or &ldquonot in this way.&rdquo So that the good that
we would, we do not and the evil that we would not, that we find that we do.

A new world order is dawning here in Acts 10, from
old covenant to new covenant. May these lessons be applied to our hearts.

Father, we thank You for this extraordinary
passage, and we pray that these lessons…that we might learn them and keep
them, for Jesus&rsquo sake. Amen.

Please stand. Let’s sing together once again &ldquoThe
Doxology&rdquo and I&rsquoll pronounce the benediction.

Grace, mercy, and peace from God our Father and the
Lord Jesus Christ be with you all. Amen.

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Ingredients for Pork Vindaloo

  • Pork
  • Vindaloo paste – Dry red chili peppers (I am using Kashmiri red chilis, which are mild), fresh red chilis (optional, mainly I am suing them for some heat), cumin seeds, coriander seeds, mustard seeds, cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, black peppercorns, turmeric, vinegar, garlic, ginger.
  • Onions
  • Bay leaves
  • Salt
  • Sugar
  • Cashews – As a garnish.
  • Cilantro – Also as a garnish.

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BBQGuam: Smoked Bone-In Pork Loin Roast from 4.bp.blogspot.com Pork shoulder roast, white wine vinegar, dijon mustard, olive oil and 21 more. Slow roasted bone in pork rib roast. We love a good pork roast or pork tenderloin at our house and today's recipe for crockpot pork roast hit the spot this week. Set your smoker to 300 degrees. (as does the slow cooker method for braised pork butt. Put the onions and carrots into a large roasting tin, drizzle with olive oil and shake around to coat. The part where the shoulder meets the pig's arm. This recipe came from the paula deen cooking.

This recipe came from the paula deen cooking.

Bone in versus boneless pork. The part where the shoulder meets the pig's arm. Mexican pork shoulder stew pork. I get them either at whole foods or at my local supermarket. Master crispy crackling with this simple roast pork shoulder recipe and you'll have the perfect roast dinner. Roast for 15 minutes, then lower heat to 375 degrees f and continue roasting until the. We love a good pork roast or pork tenderloin at our house and today's recipe for crockpot pork roast hit the spot this week. Pork shoulder is a tasty, versatile piece of meat. It is recommended to leave the layer of skin and fat intact on the opposite side. And without scoring the skin! Boneless pork shoulder roast bone in pork roast.

I've changed the prep procedure to make it easier and reduced the sprinkled on salt this is my favorite way to cook a pork shoulder roast.

We love a good pork roast or pork tenderloin at our house and today's recipe for crockpot pork roast hit the spot this week.

Boneless pork shoulder roast, onion, gingerroot, crushed red pepper flakes and 5 more.

Roast for 15 minutes, then lower heat to 375 degrees f and continue roasting until the.

Put the onions and carrots into a large roasting tin, drizzle with olive oil and shake around to coat.

Boneless pork shoulder roast, medium carrots, black pepper, tapioca and 8 more.

A roast pork shoulder recipe for the ages!

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Boneless pork shoulder roast bone in pork roast.

Deliciously roasted pulled pork is perfect on bbq sandwiches or made into crispy carnitas.

And without scoring the skin!

Pork shoulder is a tasty, versatile piece of meat.

Bone in versus boneless pork.

Low and slow roasting is key to melty pork shoulder with crispy crackly skin packed with flavor on the outside and moist tender meat on the inside.

I get them either at whole foods or at my local supermarket.

Boneless pork shoulder roast, onion, gingerroot, crushed red pepper flakes and 5 more.

Set your smoker to 300 degrees.

This recipe came from the paula deen cooking.

My personal preference is for grilling it—see.

Boneless pork shoulder roast, medium carrots, black pepper, tapioca and 8 more.

The major difference is that picnic shoulders have a huge bone this may be the most delicious pork shoulder i've ever tasted.

Pork shoulder roast, white wine vinegar, dijon mustard, olive oil and 21 more.

This recipe came from the paula deen cooking.

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I use a pork shoulder roast with the bone in but you can also use a boneless roast.

The arm shoulder (aka picnic ham, arm pork roast, or pork shoulder roast) comes from lower on the foreleg:


4. Vegan Carnitas

These meat-free carnitas feature all of the flavors of the classic Mexican dish without the pork. Chanterelle mushrooms are cooked on the stovetop with cumin, coriander, garlic, chili powder, and a tangy orange gravy. If you can’t fine chanterelles, use king oyster, shiitake, or jackfruit. Serve with chimichurri sauce, a squeeze of lime juice, and fresh cilantro.

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This oven cooked pork roast, aka Schweinebraten, is such a delicious staple in traditional German cooking. 

This pork roast is first browned on the stove and then oven roasted. Yes, it's a bit more work doing it this way, but the results are well worth it.

Servings:

Ingredients:

  • 2 lb pork loin roast
  • salt, pepper, paprika
  • 1 onion, coarsely diced
  • ¼ lb bacon, diced, or oil to brown meat
  • ½ cup meat broth
  • 2 tbsp cornstarch

Instructions:

  1. Preheat oven to 350°F.
  2. Sprinkle meat with salt, pepper, and paprika
  3. Meanwhile, if using bacon, fry until fat is released. If using oil, add just enough to cover bottom of fry pan. Add roast and brown on all sides. (Add more oil if needed.) Add onion to brown slightly.
  4. Put roast into roasting pan. Add onion, bacon, and meat broth. Roast, uncovered, for 20-25 minutes per pound or until meat thermometer reads 165°F. Cover and let rest for about 10 minutes. (Will continue to cook to 170°F as it is cooling.)
  5. To make gravy, mix cornstarch with a bit of cold water. Pour liquid from roasting pan through sieve into frying pan and bring to simmer. Slowly add just enough cornstarch mixture to thicken. Season with salt and pepper.

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Bercy Sauce Recipe

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This version of the Bercy sauce, named after a district in the east of Paris, is a savory sauce for roasts and steaks. It's a lot like the red wine reduction sauce above, only it's made by reducing white wine instead of red.


Other Keto Pork Chops

Keto Crockpot Pork Chops

Ingredients: olive oil, pork chops, onion, mushrooms, warm beef or chicken broth, gluten-free tamari sauce, salt, freshly ground black pepper, chives.

Make this Keto crockpot pork chops recipe any time you’re craving the other white meat!

Keto Orange Roast Pork Loin

Ingredients: pork loin, orange juice, lemon juice, lime juice, fresh rosemary leaves, garlic cloves, olive oil, salt, pepper, paprika.

This is a flavor combination you’ve probably never even thought of! As soon as you have a taste, you’ll wish you had tried it years ago.

Jalapeno Popper Smothered Pork Chops (Contains Dairy)

Photo Credit: Mellissa from I Breathe I’m Hungry

Ingredients: pork chops, olive oil, garlic powder, kosher salt, ground black pepper, salsa verde, cream cheese, cheddar cheese, jalapenos, bacon.

Here is a completely different slant on traditionally grilled chops, but they certainly don’t lack in the flavor department! You have tender juicy meat, smothered in cheese and with a good kick from the jalapenos. And the crowning glory – bacon! YUM! You can use this recipe for chicken breast or thigh meat as well.

Crock Pot Cranberry Pork Roast

Photo Credit: Lisa from Low Carb Yum

Ingredients: pork loin or rib roast, coconut flour, ginger, dry ground mustard, salt, pepper, whole cranberries fresh or frozen, Sukrin:1, Sukrin Gold, garlic, water, lemon.

With this recipe, you can either use fresh cranberries or a ready-prepared cranberry sauce to make things a bit easier, but if you use sauce you won’t need to add any sweetener. I like to use the fresh berries as I enjoy the tart taste which is quite refreshing along with the meat. You also have a hint of heat from the ginger and mustard, making this dish warming and satisfying one.

Spicy Pulled Pork and Lime Cilantro Coleslaw

Photo Credit: Amanda from Wicked Stuffed

Ingredients: pork chops, dried chipotle peppers, yellow onion, lime juice, tomato paste, garlic, apple cider vinegar, cumin, sea salt, oregano, beef or chicken stock, bay leaves, whole cloves, package of carrot/cabbage coleslaw, red onion, cilantro, fresh squeezed lime juice, jalapeños (optional), extra virgin olive oil, black pepper.

Lettuce wraps are perfect with this spicy recipe as they have a cooling taste yet are a great way to get the meat and veggies into your mouth! With spiced pork, you really need something fresh to set it off, so the lime cilantro coleslaw is ideal here. If you are not too keen on using lettuce leaves you can use whatever ‘wraps’ or ketogenic ‘bread’ you like.

Vegetable Hash Stuffed Pork Chops With Pepper Jack Cream Sauce (Contains Dairy)

Photo Credit: Kyndra from Peace Love and Low Carb

Ingredients: thick cut boneless pork loin chops, butter, mushrooms, orange bell pepper, yellow bell pepper, red bell pepper, onion, celery, shallot, garlic, salt, pepper, heavy cream, pepper jack cheese, parmesan cheese, parsley.

Because the vegetable hash is made from different colored peppers it has a rainbow effect which can look so appetizing! It looks even better if you chop all the veggies the same size before stuffing the chops. The finished product is a deliciously stuffed chop on a bed of vegetables, stuffed with even more and smothered in a garlic and cheese sauce – reminds me of comfort food!

One Pan Pork Chop Bacon Brussels Sprout Skillet

Photo Credit: Stacey from Beauty and the Foodie

Ingredients: pork chops, olive oil or avocado oil, sea salt, pepper, chicken broth, Dijon mustard, balsamic vinegar, unsweetened applesauce, onion, garlic, Brussels sprout, rosemary, sage, bacon.

Don’t you just love one-pot meals?! They are so easy to put together and it saves on the washing-up! This recipe gives you tender chops with tasty vegetables all served up in a herby, flavorful sauce. You don’t even need any side dishes as this is a whole meal in itself. If you really don’t like sprouts you can substitute a different vegetable, but I recommend you at least try them!

Simple Tomato Balsamic Braised Pork Chops

Ingredients: ghee, pork chops, salt, yellow onion, garlic, tomatoes, tomato sauce, chicken broth, balsamic vinegar, herbs de provence, parsley, basil, black pepper.

The flavors in this dish are reminiscent of the Mediterranean, thanks to the balsamic vinegar, basil and garlic. Once the tomatoes have cooked they break down a bit, giving substance to the sauce which is packed with flavors from the herbs. If you can, always buy the best balsamic vinegar you can afford as this is one ingredient where you get what you pay for!

Perfect Pork Chops with Keto Gravy

Ingredients: pork chops, ghee, salt, pepper, Ultimate Keto Gravy.

Sometimes you can feel like you are missing out on certain foods if you are watching the carbs, so this is a great gravy recipe to use as it is the mushrooms that form the body of the gravy here and there is no flour used to thicken the sauce. Poured over perfectly cooked pork chops, you have a simple but tasty meal to enjoy anytime.

Apple Pork Chops | Bacon and Apple Cider Vinegar Sauce!

Ingredients: pork loin chops, apple cider vinegar, butter, ghee, bacon, onion, ginger, cinnamon, liquid stevia, salt, black pepper.

The apple cider vinegar adds a nice flavor to this dish. The acidic notes help to cut through any fatty taste from the meat and the onion and bacon make the sauce take on a great consistency. Slice the chops diagonally and drizzle with sauce for a great presentation.

Air Fryer Pork Chops (Contains Dairy)

Ingredients: boneless pork chops, pink Himalayan salt, pork rinds, parmesan cheese, Italian seasoning, paprika, garlic powder, onion powder, black pepper, eggs, heavy whipping cream.

What makes this dish stand out is the pork rind “breadcrumbs”. The result is crispy on the outside and tender and juicy on the inside. Serve these chops with seasoned broccoli or roast up some of your favorite veggies for a hearty meal.


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