Cooking Tips

Want to know the secret to tender, juicy, and flavorful pork? Grab your digital thermometer and use this pork cooking times guideline to learn the trick to perfectly cooked pork!
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 Smoky Rubbed Pork Chops
Hint: Don’t overcook pork chops, roasts, and tenderloins: cook to an internal temperature between 145°F and 160°F, followed by a 3-minute rest. These cuts will have a blush of pink inside but are safe to eat!
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Pork Cuts

With so  many exciting pork cuts filling meat cases, sometimes it can be a bit overwhelming trying to choose the right cut for your recipe. Whether you’re searching for the meatiest ribs to barbecue, looking for a lean tenderloin, or just wondering “what’s a Boston Butt?” this helpful Pork Cuts page has everything you need to know! We’ve even gathered useful tips for preparing each cut in your own kitchen.

Cuts