By Bailey Swilley

Published on March 10, 2016

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Photography by SPOON FORK BACON

spicy marinated pork belly hand rolls

Make these colorful wraps the next time you host a gathering of meat lovers.

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schnitzel with mushroom gravy



If you’re craving something rich for dinner, it doesn’t get more decadent than this.

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pan fried dumplings



These dumplings from Damn Delicious looks like a party in a dish. Only one way to find out if they taste like one too! 

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slow cooker korean pulled pork sandwich



Time for some Seoul food!

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slow cooker pulled pork gnocchi



Your slow cooker just transformed your kitchen into your favorite romantic Italian spot.

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maple caramel bacon crack



Pork for dessert? Yes, please. (And we’ll take some for breakfast too.)

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oven fried chicharrón



This crispy, crunchy recipe goes great with a sour dipping sauce and an icy cold beer. Perfect for game day!

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herb rolled pork belly with crackling



A beautiful sight, indeed. 

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pork rind tortillas



These cornless, flourless tortillas are made with cream cheese (really!) and ground pork rinds. Um, we’ll take five please.

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one pan apple butter pork chop skillet



We’ve come a long way since “Pork chops and applesauce.”

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basic bulgogi 



There is nothing basic about how this simple recipe tastes. 

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hawaiian ham and pineapple skewers



Put together these sweet and savory snacks for your next luau. 

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sticky chinese barbecue pork belly (char siu)



You need this sweet glaze in your life. Period.

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Photography by THE FOOD CHARLATAN

cuban sandwich



The classic Cuban sandwich is colorful, salty, and oh-so-satisfying. Number one ingredient? Ham.