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If you haven't seen it you should definitely check out @nytfood's photo/video/recipe project "American Thanksgiving" in which 15 families shared the holiday dishes that "speak most eloquently about their heritage and traditions": turkey stuffed with egg roll filling...pork neck and noodles...cream cake with cloudberry preserves. It's no doubt a political statement. A delicious big-hearted one. The recipes are wonderfully diverse and wholly American. You can hear the pride in the cooks'…

Largest US food producers ask Congress to shield lobbying activities. United Egg Producers, National Cattlemen’s Beef Association and National Pork Producers Council are proposing a change to the Freedom of Information Act. Alarmingly this happens all the time. Big Business wants to Shield their underhanded dealings from the American public! They think they are above the laws that protect this country. They are just a bunch of big bullies. Why would we want another one in the White House!

Big Mamma's Italian American Cooking: Stuffed Pork Chops

How to Make A Cuban Roast Leg of Pork — My Big Fat Cuban Family: A Cuban-American Blog

Grilled Pork Ternderloin With Ginger-Lime Vinaigrette from Food.com: I got this from the American Profile magazine that comes w/ the newspaper. They got it from the BBQ Queens Big Book of Barbecue. I served this with grilled asparagus and fresh tomatoes. This means no cleanup needed after dinner. Just put your dishes in the dishwasher and your done! Prep/Cook time does not include marination time

Big Easy have done it again and this time they’ve docked in Canary Wharf. Whack on a bib and get ready to gorge on glorious meat (pulled pork, BBQ meat and lobster). There’s a Rum Bar equipped with over 100 rums, an extensive cocktail menu and rum casks on tap. Think 19th century shack and Bar.B.Q joint of the American Gulf Coast meets West India Docks and there you are. If you’ve never been to the Norman Foster Cross Rail Terminal, it’s epic and now you’ve got an excuse.

Hank Williams Jr. Family Tradition Mountain Smoke BBQ Sauce is an old-fashioned all-American BBQ sauce with big, bold flavors blending savory, sweet, tangy & smoky with just a bit of a kick. Perfect for slathering on ribs (pork or beef), chicken, chops & burgers, it's also great on brisket & London broil, or in meatloaf & other recipes. Buy on sale for $5.95 here: http://www.carolinasauces.com/Hank_Williams_Jr_Family_Tradition_Mountain_Smoke_p/9124.htm

It was big news when Taiwan-based Din Tai Fung opened its second North American restaurant across the lake from Seattle in Bellevue in 2010. (The first is in Los Angeles.) Fans flocked to the restaurant, often waiting two hours or more for baskets of Xiao Long Bao (called “Juicy Dumplings” on the menu, $9.50 for 10 for pork, and $11.00 for 10 for pork and crab). For the dipping sauce, you mix your own ratio of soy sauce and black vinegar, adding ginger slices, and then figure out your eating…

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