Happy (almost) Friday! It's never to early to start looking forward to Friday, right? I don't know about you all, but I am MORE than ready for the weekend. After this crazy week at work I just want to hang out with my two favorite dudes and RELAX. OH, and I STILL have to put up my Christmas decorations....yikes!...more
Pork is a favorite of so many people, but some of us are scared to cook this meat because we want to be sure it's fully cooked, which might take too much time. But it turns out that there are some pork dishes that are easy to cook in no time. Yes, I am serious. Your pork dinner can be on the table in less than 20 minutes.
This is a first on Cooking in Red Socks! I didn’t grow up cooking pork anything (being Jewish will do that for you), but we always ate it outside the house. I mean, really, who doesn’t love bacon? So I ventured into the world of pulled pork. I didn’t want to make barbeque, so I decided on something a little more versatile. This recipe starts with a Mexican inspired rub. Cayenne, paprika, garlic, and onion start a blend of aromatic and slobber-worthy seasonings. The rub is massaged into the pork and submerged in water, sort of like a pork hot tub....more
This dish is what the Bennett crew calls “pork and beans”. Most definitely not the traditional pork and beans I grew up on, you know, the kind that is heavily laced with barbeque sauce and lots of smoky bacon. And although the traditional pork and beans is delicious, this Italian slow roasted pork with rosemary white beans is a lovely and aro...more