To get exceptional flavor from a larger cut of meat and make it fork-tender, try braising. It’s a two-part process that starts with searing the pork to lock in flavor with a nice golden brown crust. This is followed by slow and even roasting that results in mouthwatering, tender meat. This video shows you step-by-step instructions that are easy to follow....
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Pork 101

Braising Basics

To get exceptional flavor from a larger cut of meat and make it fork-tender, try braising. It’s a two-part process that starts with searing the pork to lock in flavor with a nice golden brown crust. This is followed by slow and even roasting that results in mouthwatering, tender meat. This video shows you step-by-step instructions that are easy to follow. Just make sure you have your meat thermometer on hand for perfectly cooked pork.