The Voice of a Pork Chop

There is no denying the siren call of a Heritage pork chop, the sort of thing that would have made Homer crash his ship. Or, make a man sing about the Voice of a Pork Chop. Some folks might think it’s weird, but it makes perfect sense to us, and to Bob Dylan, who was […] The post The Voice of a Pork Chop appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.
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Sam Edwards Update: STILL FIGHTING!

Sam Edwards is still fighting two years after a fire savaged his entire facility including his home, his smoke house, and literally thousands of hams. It was an incredible blow to everyone that is part of the chain — Heritage had thousands of hams on hand that Sam would normally smoke and cure, and an […] The post Sam Edwards Update: STILL FIGHTING! appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.
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The Perfect Heritage Porterhouse

This from our friend and in-house scribe Mike Edison: “Check out these pics of the perfect Heritage porterhouse chops. This was the biggest one I ever saw, probably about 17 ounces, and two inches thick. I used the method Zack from Carnevino told me about — you gotta cook it in two shots, and even […] The post The Perfect Heritage Porterhouse appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.
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The Magic of the Porchetta

The magic of the porchetta, the old-world roast perfected by third generation artisanal butcher Thomas Odermatt, is that it makes everyone look like a genius. This oven-ready roast is a taste epiphany that only old world techniques can create: skin-on belly is wrapped around the center-cut de-boned loin roast, and generously seasoned throughout. The porchetta […] The post The Magic of the Porchetta appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.
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Why a Duck? Ask Dickens!

The best thing about the holidays is always the food, that is, if you are doing it right! As we say here, let nature lead the way — great food is seasonal and should be celebrated in its own time. Look no farther than the books of Charles Dickens and ask why they always seemed […] The post Why a Duck? Ask Dickens! appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.
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Larry Sorrell, Red Wattle Pig Farmer

When you see Red Wattle pork on a menu, what you are seeing is a five-state, fifteen farm network dedicated to raising a storied breed that was once upon a time nearly extinct. Larry Sorrell is one of the heroes of this story, an avatar of the heritage food movement, a salt of the earth […] The post Larry Sorrell, Red Wattle Pig Farmer appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.
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