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Favorite Fall Pork Recipes

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November 3, 2022

Autumn is the perfect time to enjoy pork, which pairs wonderfully with cozy fall flavors and fruits like warming sage and thyme, tart apples and sweet squash.

Some of our favorite pork cuts for the Fall are bacon ends, breakfast sausage, italian sausage, ham, and ribs.

Below, we've included a few of our family's favorite pork recipes, including classic pork chops paired with apple for a savory sweet best.

Recipe: Pan Seared Apple and Pork Chops

Autumn is an ideal time to enjoy slow cooker favorites like BBQ ribs or pulled pork shoulder roasts. Use either country style or spare ribs in the recipe below.

Recipe: Slow Cooked Pork Ribs

The breakfast and italian sausages (bulk) are perfectly seasoned for a simple, easy dinner solution. Simply fry them up and pair them with whatever vegetables you have - squash, brussel sprouts, apples, onions, carrots, cabbage....we have a few recommended combinations in the recipes below.

Recipe: Stuffed Acorn Squash

Recipe: Unstuffed Cabbage Skillet

Recipe: Apple Maple Breakfast Sausage

Bacon ends or ham steak, too, are the perfect addition to cozy favorites like mac and cheese, potato soup, loaded baked beans, etc. Plus, save the bacon grease for cooking other goodies like the incredibly moist and flavorful pumpkin muffins.

Recipe: Cheesy Potato Ham Broccoli Skillet

Recipe: Pumpkin Muffins with Bacon

And just in time for the holidays, Grandma's famous pie crust. This recipe makes 4 crusts for two pies, using all natural, premium lard.

Recipe: Grandma's Pie Crust

Do you have a Fall favorite? Share with us and let us know!

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