The 4th of July is upon us and there’s no better time to gather family and friends—appropriately socially distanced, of course—around the grill for food. And you better believe the star ingredient will be pork. Here are some of the Farm Journal’s PORK editorial team’s favorites.
Lately, smoking pork has been all the rage. To kick us off, the National Pork Board shares the best cuts of pork for smoking.
When COVID-19 struck, many people took advantage of the time at home to cook more, and some purchased meat smokers. For Joe Webel, “lockdown” was a good excuse to purchase the smoker he’d been wanting for years.
From quesadillas to breakfast hash to pizza, you can’t go wrong by adding pulled pork. In celebration of PORK Week, here's a few sure-to-please ways our readers are serving up pulled pork in everyday life.
Fourth of July will look a little different this year for most Americans. However, one thing will likely remain the same. People will be enjoying the sunshine and eating outdoors. Here are 3 three ways to keep it safe.