Pork Shoulder Boneless Skinless
Pork LaconesPork Lacones
Pork lacones refer to a pig’s entire front legs, including the feet and the hocks. There are many ways you can cook different parts of a lacone. You can fry, braise, boil, or stew various cuts taken from this part. Of course, the quickest way is to make crispy pata out of the leg. It’s one of the most sinfully delicious treats you can ever enjoy.
Belly SliceBelly Slice
The pork belly is typically a long slice of meat that has plenty of scrumptious, decadent fat. The meat is taken from the underside of a pig’s belly. It’s used for making bacon or its Italian equivalent, the pancetta. There are many ways you can prepare a pork belly slice such as braising, frying, or grilling. Just season it with some salt and pepper and you’re already good to go.
Pork Jowls Skin OnPork Jowls Skin On
Pork jowls with skin is cut from a pig’s cheek. It’s a versatile cut that can be used in several dishes. It can be turned into candied pork jowl, which is a well-known dish in the American South. When eaten on New Year’s Day, pig jowls are said to bring good luck. In Italy, meanwhile, pork jowl can be used to make guanciale.
Pork Cutting FatPork Cutting Fat
Pork cuttings, particularly the fats, make for a lot of delicious meals. Whether you add them to fried dishes, vegetable recipes, or more – they are sure to add more flavor to any dish. They will bring out that savory taste that will satisfy the palate. For your orders of pork fat cuttings, all you have to do is let us know and quality meat will be yours.