In my book, pork is one of the four major food groups. Try one of these grilled pork recipes yourself, and you might begin to think the same thing about pork, nature's most perfect food.
Whether you're grilling pork chops, pork loins, pork tenderloins or
neckbones, you know you're gonna end up with some good eatin'. Pork can
be marinated, brined, seasoned with dry rubs and even injected with
Many cuts of pork are much leaner than they were in the past. Older breeds of pork were fatty, so there'd be plenty of lard available for baking and frying. There's not as much demand for lard now, so the hogs are bred to produce more meat and less fat.
Modern pork is considered to be free of the parasites that cause trichinosis, so it's doesn't have to be cooked well done. That means that the leaner cuts, like the loin, tenderloin and fresh hams can be served with a bit of pink color remaining, making for moister eating.
Cranberry Pork Loin - Grilled pork loin medallions are topped with a tasty cranberry orange sauce.
Grilled Pork Kabobs - Skewers are threaded with chunks of pork and veggies, then grilled. Great for appetizers or for the main part of the meal.
Grilled Pork Loin - After being marinated, a whole pork loin is grilled over medium high heat, the sliced and served with a sprinkling of sesame seeds.
Teriyaki Pork Chops - Teriyaki marinade has pineapple juice and ginger, among other things, to give these chops fantastic flavor. When grilling these, turn often to prevent the sweet marinade from burning.
Enjoy one of these grilled pork recipes next time you get a hankerin' for some good eating.