The Tastiest Recipes with Pork Meat. 100% Modern Cooking with Precious Info!

Recipes with pork are very followed due to the special aroma offered by this kind of meat. Did you know that every recipe can include almost all types of meat, but the taste and flavor of the dish change dramatically? That’s why 94% of my recipes require only one type of meat, and I do not recommend very often to change it. Following Susan Dale’s cookbook & recipes with pork (cookafterme.com), there are a lot of interesting dishes that you should try (e.g. with pork meat). I will post here the best of them!

 

1. Teriyaki Pork Tenderloin – the best of!

 

For me, pork tenderloin with teriyaki or soy sauce is one of my favorites. If you didn’t try this Japanese dish, I strongly recommend you to “taste the heaven“! If you’re looking for protein-rich meat for your diet, or if you simply want healthy meat, teriyaki pork tenderloin is one of the best choices. It’s low-fathigh-protein, and also is a great source of B vitamins and selenium.

 

 

2. Penne Pasta with Pork Meatballs

 

Why would Italians choose pork instead of any other kind of meat? Well, this recipe is a hybrid type from Italian-American cuisine and has an incredible taste. In Italian restaurants across the country (USA), meatballs in tomato sauce are standard fare, so students are already familiar with these flavors. Penne with Pork Meatballs provides a good opportunity to use commodity pork and tomatoes in combination with fresh kale, to prepare a made-from-scratch entrée.

 

 

3. Pork Chops with Orange Glaze

 

Pork chops with orange glaze are a great way to serve your guests for any special occasion. Let the guests taste this divine special prep and congratulate you. Pork Chops with Orange Glaze is one of the best recipes I’ve ever eaten. Not very hard to prepare, the orange-glazed pork chop is a dish you need to cook at least once and be amazed by its flavor.

 

 

4. Barbeque Pork Ribs & Spicy Sauce

 

Barbeque Pork Ribs with Spicy Sauce is a great alternative to the usual pork recipes. Before I’ve written this recipe, I prepared this awesome dish… Lovely is a small word compared with the flavor of these ribs. Simply Yummy!

 

 

5. Fried Broccoli, Pork & Rice

 

What can be better than the delicious pork meat with Broccoli and rice? Nothing. This is the perfect combo if you want a full meal with great flavor and one that keeps you full for longer! Save a few minutes by buying broccoli at the salad bar. It’s already cut up, and you can buy only what you need.

 

 

Is pork good for you?

Pork is the tastiest kind of meat worldwide, known since 5000 B.C. This meat has a great taste and flavor and is preferred by most for special occasion meals. The pork meat is high in protein, vitamins, minerals, and amino acids which offer a great benefit for overall health. When trimmed of visible fat, lean pork is nutrient-dense, satisfying, and very good for you and your brain(especially). Some pork meat parts like tenderloin, loin chops, and sirloin roast are made from lean cuts and are more healthy than chicken. In some cases, pork can be a healthier choice even though it has higher fat content because has larger amounts of healthy fats, like polyunsaturated fatty acids, compared to other types of meat.

As per practo.com, the truth is that the pork meat is very healthy. “It is high in protein and essential vitamins, minerals and amino acids good for overall health. Lean pork, when trimmed of visible fat, is nutrient-dense, satisfying, and good for you.“

 

 

Why is pork better than chicken?

The leanest cuts of pork are actually lower in calories than chicken. “Ounce for ounce, lean cuts of pork have the same amount of or fewer calories than chicken, and fewer calories than lean cuts of beef,” Cara Harb street, M.D., R.D., L.D. of Street Smart Nutrition, tells SELF. It is a powerhouse of essential vitamins and minerals — just three ounces of cooked lean pork covers you for more than a third of the daily requirement for thiamin, niacin, selenium, and vitamin B6. Plus, it is rich in vitamin B12, potassium, iron, magnesium, and zinc.

 

 

Pork Cuts

Pork is the most widely consumed and versatile protein in the world; it’s easy to cook, adaptable to just about any recipe, and very tender and juicy. Let’s see what are the types of pork cuts:

 

Bacon

The cut used to make bacon comes from the side — or belly — of the pig. When it is cured and smoked, it becomes bacon. An abundance of fat gives bacon its sweet flavor and tender crispiness. Bacon is typically sold in slices. Bacon may be packaged in thin slices (about 35 strips per pound), regular slices (about 16-20 strips per pound), or thick slices (about 12-16 strips per pound). Bacon also may be available in slab form, which is one solid piece. Slab bacon usually comes with a rind that is meant to be removed before slicing. Fried, diced bacon rind is known as cracklings.

 

Pork Chops

Pork chops are the most popular cut from the pork loin, which is the strip of meat that runs from the pig’s hip to shoulder. Depending on where they originate, pork chops can be found under a variety of names, including loin, rib, sirloin, top loin, and blade chops.

 

Pork Belly

Pork belly comes from a hog’s ‘belly’ or underside after the loin and spareribs have been removed. This boneless cut may be served fresh, which means it is not cured or smoked. Fresh pork belly is succulent and richly flavorful and is often served in small portions. Pork belly is at its best and is most tender when prepared using a slow cooking method, such as braising. Pork belly also is a popular menu item among restaurant chefs who appreciate its versatility, flavor, and texture.

 

Pork Steak

A Pork blade steak comes from a roast cut that’s been sliced. Blade steaks (also called pork steaks) are cut from the pork shoulder and contain the blade bone. Blade steaks are flavorful like roasts because they are rich in marbling, which keeps them tender during cooking. Blade steak is a popular, quick-cooking cut for grilling. Do not overcook pork or it will become dry and tough.

 

Ground Pork

Ground Pork is pork that has been ground or finely chopped. It is unseasoned and usually is available fresh with an average lean-fat ratio of 70 percent lean, 30 percent fat. Cook Ground Pork to 160° F to ensure doneness. Common cooking methods for Ground Pork include grilling and sauteing.

 

Ham

Ham typically refers to meat from the hind leg that has been either wet-cured or dry-cured and often is smoked. When serving a bone-in ham, plan on two to three servings per pound. Arrange the ham slices, separate from the bone, on a serving platter. Popular methods for cooking ham include roasting, slow-cooking, and grilling. The simplest way to cook your ham is in the oven at 350° F for about 10 minutes per pound.

 

Loin Roast

The loin roast comes from the area of the pig between the shoulder and the beginning of the leg It is sold either bone-in or deboned. Loin roast can be rolled and tied with string. Loin roasts with a bone tend to be juicier and more flavorful, but the bone can make carving a bit tricky. Loin roast is sometimes confused with tenderloin. Despite the name similarity, they are not the same. A loin roast is typically sold in pieces weighing between two to four pounds (the tenderloin is a smaller, long cut that usually weighs about a pound). The term roast simply refers to a large cut of pork.

 

Pork Rib Roast

The pork rib roast/rack of pork is the pork equivalent of a standing beef rib roast or a rack of lamb. For reference, a pork rib roast/rack of pork is a simpler version of a pork crown roast, which is a pork rib roast/rack of pork tied into a circle. This cut makes a show-stopping centerpiece for an elegant dinner. The pork rib roast is not always available in the supermarket meat case, but you can easily order it ahead of time. Before roasting or barbecuing the pork rib roast, it should be “frenched.” Simply cut the meat away from the end of each rib, so that part of each bone is exposed. A butcher at the meat counter also can do this for you.

 

Sausage

Sausage is a highly versatile type of ground pork. Supermarkets offer a variety of pre-seasoned and ready-to-cook options perfect for breakfast or the grill. Adventurous home cooks also may choose to prepare homemade sausage by combining ground pork with their choice of seasonings. Pre-seasoned ground pork can come fresh, smoked, or cured and available in links, patties, or fresh bulk. There is also a wide range of ethnic varieties. Sausage can blend well with a variety of herbs, spices, fruits, and vegetables. Different ingredient combinations also yield ethnic sausage varieties, including Andouille (French/Cajun), Bratwurst (German), and Chorizo (Mexican and Spanish).

 

Shoulder

Pork shoulder is the top portion of the front leg of the hog. The terminology for pork shoulder can vary widely depending on the region. However, the lower ‘arm’ portion of the shoulder is most commonly called the arm pork roast. The upper part of the shoulder, often called the blade pork roast, comes from the area near the loin and contains the shoulder blade bone.

The blade roast is a well-marbled cut. This versatile cut can be pot-roasted whole, cut up for stews, or cooked over moist smoke in a smoker to transform it into classic pulled pork barbecue. Whether it is roasted, braised or barbecued, the blade roast becomes meltingly tender and deliciously flavorful. This inexpensive cut may need to be pre-ordered. You also may wish to have the meat trimmed and netted so that it remains intact as it cooks to fork-tenderness. The blade roast is available bone-in, averaging six to nine pounds) or boneless (averaging four to seven pounds). Pork shoulder also is often ground for use in making ground pork.

 

Ribs

There are a variety of types of pork ribs that vary in size, flavor, and meatiness depending on what part of the pig they come from.

  • Back Ribs: Back ribs come from the blade and center section of the pork loin, which is known for the “finger meat” between the bones. Back ribs also are referred to as “baby” back ribs because they are smaller than spareribs. A rack typically weighs between 1½ and 1¾ pounds. Popular cooking methods for back ribs are BBQ, roasting, and slow-cooking.
  • Spareribs: Spareribs come from the belly of the hog and are known for their delicious, full flavor. These ribs are a bit less meaty than back ribs or country-style ribs. Spareribs are typically larger and heavier than back ribs. St. Louis style ribs are spareribs with the sternum bone, cartilage, and rib tips removed to create a rectangular-shaped rack. These often are the best type of ribs for recipes that require browning in a frying pan because the ribs are straight and flat.
  • Country-style Ribs: Country-style ribs are cut from the sirloin or rib end of the pork loin. The meatiest variety of ribs, country-style ribs are sold either as “slabs” or in individual servings. These pork ribs are perfect for those who want to use a knife and fork. Popular cooking methods for country-style ribs include grilling and roasting. These ribs are great for marinades and sauces.

 

Tenderloin

Pork tenderloin makes an elegant entree for a small dinner party but also can be roasted or grilled whole for a quick weeknight dinner. When sliced crosswise (like a loaf of French bread), the resulting medallions also may be sauteed. Pork tenderloin has a mild flavor, so it’s best when prepared with an added spice rub, marinade, stuffing, or flavorful sauce. To keep the tenderloin juicy, cook to an internal cooking temperature of between 145° and 160° F, followed by a 3-minute rest.

 

Wrapping Up

No matter what recipe will choose from Susan’s cookbook, you should know that all her recipes are awesome. As a tip, choose fatless (or almost) pork loin for a greater health benefit, especially if you follow a diet.

Finding the Right Restaurant

Dining is important regardless of the function. Whether it is just a casual dinner with a loved one, a wedding dinner or even a party, finding the right restaurant can be a headache. Especially when you have so many choices to choose from, settling for something less than perfect is unacceptable. Here are some places and ideas that can be the right choice for an event of yours.

If you are located in New South Wales or any of the neighboring areas, inner west restaurants is a must try. These restaurants are mainly towards the high end and you will probably not be eating there for a casual dinner. But if you are planning to bring your spouse or your date someplace nice, inner west restaurants are your best bet. With great ambience and friendly service, you can be sure that the both of you have a wonderful time. There are so many choices for you to choose from as well – western food, Asian cuisine, pasta, pastry and many others!

If you are planning an event which involves a lot of young kids, you will definitely want to find kid friendly restaurants. These restaurants are not specially catered for kids, but they have the utensils and tools required to serve children. You will not want to have a party at a high-end hotel that only serves food in expensive plates and drinks in wine glasses. You will want to have a place that offers plastic plates and easy grip cups for the kids, while the parents can have a lavish dinner. Most restaurants in Australia are relatively kid friendly restaurants, but always be sure to check it before making any bookings.

If you are not just planning a dining event, but you want to throw in other stuff like stage events or fashion shows, you will definitely love function rooms Sydney. Function rooms are basically empty rooms that can be furnished according to your requests. If you want to have a fashion show, you can request the owners to set up a walkway. If you are having a fundraising dinner, you will definitely want a stage with good lighting and sound systems. Or if you are planning a ballroom event, you might want to request for a dance floor and appropriate lighting. Function Room Sydney provides you with all this and more. They are here to cater for any function that you might have in mind.

Entertainment in Sydney is easily achievable when you have the right place for the right function. Before deciding on a venue for any event, consult an expert or search online to see the different options you have in hand. All the best to you!

Filipino Restaurants Around The World

Filipino Restaurants around the World

I love how the Filipino cuisine is slowly emerging as one of the world’s most loved cuisines. After a Filipino chef’s win care of a mean sinigang in the TV show Top Chef, and Andrew Zimmern’s declaration that Filipino cuisine is the next big thing in the world, we just couldn’t be prouder.

Add to that the improving economy of the Philippines, and you get the formula for success. More opportunities for Filipinos to venture abroad, and more chances for the Filipino cuisine to break through.

In fact, the Filipino food revolution has already started. Here’s a list of some Filipino restaurants you’ll see around the world.

Grill 21: Manhattan, New York

This just sounds like a dream come true. Filipino food right in Manhattan? Longsilog served in the streets of New York? High five, or rather, apir, to the owner! It’s been getting good reviews, and I’m not surprised. Who will say no to barbecue done the Filipino way? Who can resist the smell of bangus and tilapia fried to perfection? And, more importantly, adobo in New York just sounds downright sosyal.

Bonifacio: Singapore

A Filipino restaurant in Singapore isn’t so surprising. There are lots of Filipinos in the country, and so putting up a restaurant is synonymous to bringing home closer to the many Pinoys living there. Singaporeans should be happy too, what with all the delicious dishes such as crispy pata, kaldereta and sago’t gulaman. I’m craving right now.

La Mesa: Sydney, Australia

The establishment of La Mesa in Sydney is again proof that there are Filipinos everywhere. But what is exciting about La Mesa is that Australians also love it. They serve Filipino staples such as buko juice, kare kare, adobong pusit and halo-halo for dessert. One of the big come-ons to this restaurant is the friendly staff, something that we can all be proud of.

Philippine Islands: Edinburgh, Scotland

A fine dining place in the fine country of Scotland, Philippine Islands serve Pinoy food elegantly, much like how modern Filipino restaurants do it in the Philipines today. It is well-loved by the upscale Brits. The menu is in Filipino, but with English subtitles, much like the French or Italian menu you read when you eat out. Talk about Filo class!

Dining In Texas Hill Country

I want people to understand why people move to Austin and surrounding areas. In recent years, we have become a mecca for the best live music in the country. We call it the “music capital of the world lives.”

Not only is there music, we have lakes, mountains, state parks, museums, a lot of sights, but we have a lot of restaurants. If you have visited Austin, you know that our motto is “Keep Austin Weird.” Parts of Austin are rare, the pieces are, but I would give an idea of the two. I am not a paid critic, I have champagne tastes and am by no means the authority of the room. I like to share good places to see and sandals in a variety of upscale restaurants.

Most tourists come to a place of my favorites on Lake Travis. The Oasis has become a destination point, the food is not much, but the margaritas and sunsets. The towers of Oasis on Lake Travis, with panoramic views of the lake and surrounding hills.

Come sunset, the entire audience breaks into applause at the beauty of the lake and at the end of the day. It is rare to find a peaceful vision, but fortunately, Austin has many attractions. The food at the Oasis offers many foods such as nachos, burgers, steaks and salads. Again, it’s more about the landscape here, but it is a must do when in Austin. The Oasis is located on Highway 620 near CR 2222.

Another destination is Salt Lick in Driftwood, Texas. This is an original set, rustic Texas barbecue. Bring your own drink, sit family style, and enjoy some of the best barbecue on earth. Succulent chest, ribs and sausage dishes piled in huge w / sides of homemade potato salad, coleslaw and beans mmm mmm good. You do not have to dress for the occasion, everyone is happy in shorts and shirts. This is a casual dining experience that will leave your mouth watering for more. Having a large group, they are equipped for it and welcome. Located in the RM 1826 Driftwood. County Line is my second favorite and I can not even begin to talk about the best barbecue in the land.

Now, for a pass up – I love these three meat restaurants seafood, a stunning, unique customer service and excellent. They are:

Finn & Porter, McCormick & Schmicks and Trulucks. OMG! Each offer fresh seafood daily and have never had anything that was not very great at any of these restaurants. Trulucks has everything that can be eaten fresh Florida stone crab claws every Monday night. Make it a ritual.

McCormick & Schmicks now in the Doman (luxury shopping), try the salmon – Oh Baby is divine. Finn & Porter is an excellent dish of oysters baked with gruyere cheese sauce, lemon and garlic and onion seasoning bearnaise. To die for. These establishments either to make a great first date and a lasting impression. The dress is of higher quality.

My favorite place to eat on my birthday is Fonda San Miguel in the North Loop Dr. is a first class restaurant has been open for over 30 years. It has a kitchen interior of Mexico, second to none. When Fonda San Miguel, because it’s always a pleasure for me, so my special birthday.

The ceviche is excellent, along with black beans (a personal favorite), but my very very favorite are the enchiladas with gooey Swiss cheese and sour cream. My family prefers the stuffed teddy Chile, which are also very delicious. If you have not tried this unique restaurant called Reserve, is always full. To the best of Tex-Mex in Texas, working in Rio Grande, in Round Rock and Hutto. Consistently, the best Tex-Mex in the area!

If different is what you want, try to Hudson on the curve. Is another point that the cries of culinary delight! Excite your palate the taste of the wild boar, Maryland crab cakes, veal, venison, lamb, and the list goes on and everything is delicious. Hudson is a highlight due to changes in tastes, herbs and seasonings. I found that many people from out of state this kitchen absolutely drool over central Texas.

I could go on for hours w / a list of hot spots in Austin. One more worth mentioning, then I have to prepare food as this has come to my creativity. Top off your delicious meal with a visit to the shelter of a dining Zoot sweet

Rajasthani Food

People might know Rajasthan across the world as an arid region with desert vegetation but one more closely associated with it might liken it to the crazy dish of dal bati churma they had at some home or restaurant. Then again Rajasthani food isn’t just about that; the region’s cuisine, because of its topography and climate abounds in vegetarian fare that makes use of dairy and flour products to make up for the lack of water and green produce not unique to the region. With strange traditions of sweets begin served before the main course and no concept of any dessert or self-service the Rajasthani cuisine’s advantage lies in the beauty of merging tradition and cuisine in complete harmony that command admiration in even the most refined of connoisseurs.

Caterers services across metropolitan cities in India and otherwise offer the cuisines of different regions to businesses or wedding planners and otherwise to cash in on a number of opportunities that today’s diversity seeking Indians might want to see on their plates. With this analogy in place, Rajasthani food is one of the cushy catering cuisines that businesses peddle with a complete set of services that vary across operators and pricing models. These caterers don’t just apply the food to their business acumen but set up a collection of servers and an immersive experience that help in relating the cuisine to their clientele better.

Some of these caterers services come with the option of hiring top chefs well known with their dalliance in preparing that cuisine for gourmet eaters. Others offer live counters and pick up and go counters that cater to executive scenarios better. There are a number of services that have picked up on the global trends impinging into traditional domains and have accordingly plucked their businesses to keep in step with dynamic services that can compete well. Even if it a small gathering of friends or a social tea party, these caterers assimilate a host of capabilities that can satiate a wide selection of events through flexible catering solutions.

Buffet meals are the most popular among the services that are offered by these institutions and in terms of a particular cuisine clients can order different menus in accordance with their taste palettes. It is imperative to take your time in deciding from across scores of catering services that are advertised and then engaging their services. People have been known to disappoint and it is only fair to test the waters before taking a dive into hiring caterers that claim specialty but execute a meager presentation that might lose you a contract or leave you with a bad reputation among your circle of friends. For these reasons, it is better to engage better known players who have either serviced friends or colleagues before to gauge their efficiency as a business before hiring their services. The catering team comes with setting up, serving and teardown along with different serving options to help clients decide what exactly is it they want for their scrumptious event!

Satisfy Your Palate With The Best Sushi in Melbourne

We all enjoy good food and the connoisseurs of it can actually understand the taste and admire it. Some people have a knack and can tell the difference between good food and not so good one.

Food is an integral part. The connoisseurs of good food well understand its value and the quality. It is one common factor which connects one to the other. All over the world, people generally associate any celebration or occasion with good food. Whether willing to please a client or just chilling out with friends, food plays an important role.

Sushi is widely eaten and appreciated the world over. It is liked and loved by many sea food lovers. The sea food lovers love to gorge on the best and finest sushi fresh from the sea. Many people love the delicate taste of sushi. Whether they enjoy the actual fish sushi or just the vegetable rolls, there is something sure to tempt the palate when it comes to sushi. Sushi is available in most of the restaurants worldwide. Sometimes, it becomes difficult to decide on the best. One must have a perfect knowledge of it, to understand its taste.

Sea food is rich source of proteins, minerals as well as vitamins. It is known for its weight reducing properties and for being good for skin and hair. Sea food is low in sodium content and also it is low in cholesterol. Since the sea food mainly consists of the poly saturated fats which are preferred over the saturated fats, it has become the obvious choice for the health conscious people.

Australia’s “Sea Salt” restaurants serve the best sushi ever. One can really gorge on it and feel happy about it. Australians love sea food and they can rejoice over the best served at Sea Salt. They provide their customers with the tastiest and the finest quality seafood.

Whether craving for a crunchy burger or a freaky salad, Sea Salt is there to satiate and satisfy you. Their take away menus invite you back and taste good on the palate.

The chefs working at Sea Salt work really well and offer the best. Sushi has become more and more popular. The only difference that makes sushi different from other kinds of cuisine is its preparation. This type of food is made out of plainly fresh and raw fish that is ideally served elegantly on a platter after being chilled. The fresh fish is sliced thinly and is usually placed on a plate with garnishing.

Sea Salt, the seafood shop in Melbourne CBD, Carlton & Windsor can cater for corporate and private functions. It’s a delicious, fuss free way to impress clients and friends. It is easy on the pocket and also leaves a lasting impression thus pleasing the client. Their Fresh fillet of fish served with garden salad, lemon wedge and tartare sauce is loved by many Australians.

If you are hunting for the best sushi in Melbourne then nothing could be better than Sea Salt. They pamper your taste buds and keep calling you for more. To get to know them more please click to