Recipes & Cooking Tips — pork
Posted by Sam Holland on
The ultimate in comfort food! We've started cutting stewing pork so come on down to the shop, buy a Pork Beasty Box or come see us at the farmers market to pick some up & make this mouth-watering & oh so satisfying dish: Ingredients 2 sticks of celery 2 medium onions 2 carrots olive oil 3 fresh or dried bay leaves 500 g quality diced stewing pork 500 ml dark lager, ale or stout (We recommend Persephone Brewing's Black Lager) 1 heaped tablespoon plain flour 1x 400 g plum tomatoes Directions: If using the oven to cook the stew, preheat...
Posted by Terry Hickey on
Beer is excellent for braising meats, acting as both a liquid for the braising and as a flavour ingredient in the finished dish. In this recipe, I’ve combined the maple flavours of Cannery Brewing’s Maple Stout beer with Urban Digs Farms Maple Breakfast Heritage Pork Sausages for a perfect sweet and savoury duo. This is a simple, yet effective way to cook sausages and almost any type of beer will work well to add new or complementary flavours to your sausages. Recipe (Total time 30 min. 5 min prep, 25 minutes cooking time): 1 Package of Urban Digs Maple Breakfast...
Posted by Jess Landing on
It's officially fall, the rain has come to stay, and chances are, you've finally put the grill away for the season. 'Tis the season for roasts, now officially being cut, here at the Beasty Shop! While most of you are familiar with shoulder roasts, the ones you can throw in a slow cooker and nearly forget about until it's time to pull them apart and smother in your favourite sauce, we're here to introduce you to a hidden gem: the Sirloin Pork Roast.
Posted by Ryan Shannon on
Pork burgers. They seem to confuse a number of people. To clarify, they are like sausages, without the casing, formed into patties - sausage patties, if you will. So, pork burgers, naturally, make for an amazing breakfast burger. Now, for those of you thinking, why would you want a burger for breakfast? The answer is, because burgers are great at any time of day, and there needs to be more opportunities in life to put a fried egg on top of something. Whether its a breakfast for dinner kind of night, a hangover breakfast after a big night out, or just a backyard BBQ brunch with the family, here are a number of different ways to bring burgers to your plate for the most important meal of the day.
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Posted by Ryan Shannon on
Pork goes well with lots of fruits, but right now is the perfect time to take advantage of the opportunity to make it with one of my all time favorites–peaches. The peaches release a lot of juice as you cook them, leaving your pork with a thick, sweet sauce at the end. Since the peaches won’t be recognizable at the end, this is a perfect way to use bruised peaches if you're like me and bruise them on the way home from the farm. Ingredients3 lbs. boneless pork shoulder with skin removed5 – 6 peaches, peeled and rough chopped1 small Walla...