cut of pork

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Noun1.cut of pork - cut of meat from a hog or pig
cut of meat, cut - a piece of meat that has been cut from an animal carcass
porc, pork - meat from a domestic hog or pig
pork loin - meat from a loin of pork
gammon, ham, jambon - meat cut from the thigh of a hog (usually smoked)
picnic ham, picnic shoulder - shoulder of a hog usually smoked
bacon - back and sides of a hog salted and dried or smoked; usually sliced thin and fried
spareribs - cut of pork from the rib section with most of the meat trimmed off
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INGREDIENTS Cut of pork belly - any size you fancy 500g salt 300g sugar Prague Powder No.
What can sometimes be a fatty cut of pork was as meaty and succulent as tenderloin.
Shoulders work best when it comes to making pulled pork, but any cut of pork works well in a Crock Pot," he says, adding that other promotions are also on tap.
Generally known as a cheaper cut of meat, pork belly costs a lot less than a more traditional cut of pork for roasting.
SHOULDER is my favourite cut of pork and benefits from slow cooking.
Tesco buying manager David Stokes says: "The downturn is teaching the current generation what their grandparents knew - a cheaper cut of pork does not mean a less tasty meal.
Managing director, Paul Durbin, said: "Once again our new product development team have worked hard to create an innovative recipe dish using a cut of pork ideally suited to our sous-vide to foodservice.
Officially, demand from new EU member countries such as Poland and Hungary for the cheapest cut of pork to turn into sausages, salamis and pies has resulted in a serious shortfall in lard production which threatens to leave millions of Xmas roast potatoes in this country distinctly uncrispy.