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Pork Tenderloin is a lean, tender, more expensive, boneless cut of Pork with a mild taste from the sirloin end, just inside the rib bones.

Pork Tenderloin is a lean, tender, more expensive, boneless cut of Pork with a mild taste from the sirloin end, just inside the rib bones. The tenderloin comes from the bottom of loin area.

Usually made from pork, though sometimes from lamb, a Crown Roast is two loin rib racks joined together to make a circle. Every two or three bones, a partial cut is made to give the meat flexibility to bend. The ends are stitched together with string.    The ribs project upwards all around like the pointy bits on a crown. The hollow in the centre can be stuffed.    After cooking, each rib piece will carve like a pork chop. http://www.cooksinfo.com/crown-roast

A Crown Roast of Pork is two loin rib racks joined together to make a circle. Every two or three bones, a partial cut is made to give the meat flexibility to bend.

The Loin of Pork is a primal cut area.    It is the area of the pig that starts right after the pork shoulder. In this area, working backwards, is some of the blade section at the front (aka the "blade loin"), the rib section, the actual loin itself in the middle (aka "centre loin", in which is found the tenderloin) and at the end, the sirloin. All in all, it constitutes about 1/5th the weight of the carcass. http://www.cooksinfo.com/pork-loin

A Pork Loin Roast is a roast cut from the loin area of the pig. It may be sold bone-in, or boneless.

Cook the Book: Pork Rib Roast with Rosemary and Sage | Serious Eats : Recipes

Cook the Book: Pork Rib Roast with Rosemary and Sage

Southern grilled BBQ ribs are a southern classic! If you haven't had some yet, you're missing out. #tryittuesday

Southern Grilled Barbecued Ribs Recipe and this can actually be done in the oven if weather doesn't permit grilling outside

UNDERSTANDING GROUND PORK: it is a combination of lean meat and fat from any part of a pig. It can be ground finely or coarsely, and like ground beef, depending on the amount of fat in it, it can be regular, lean, extra lean, etc. The maximum fat content allowed in America is 30 percent. http://www.cooksinfo.com/ground-pork

UNDERSTANDING GROUND PORK: it is a combination of lean meat and fat from any part of a pig. It can be ground finely or coarsely, and like ground beef, depending on the amount of fat in it, it can be regular, lean, extra lean, etc. The maximum fat content allowed in America is 30 percent. http://www.cooksinfo.com/ground-pork

Carolina Country Style Ribs. From Farmland Foods.

Carolina Country Style Ribs recipe: Give a vinegar-based sauce a try with these hearty ribs

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"Foolproof roast pork with the best crackling" (should be an interesting adventure for someone who doesn't cook/like pork...)

Roast Pork & Crackling

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