NEWS: New Pork Cut & Beef Cut Names

Bone-in loin chops will now be called porterhouse. Photo courtesy National Pork Board.   If you’ve ever wondered why a cut of meat called pork butt is actually the shoulder of the pig, the National Pork Board has decided to help you out—sort of—by changing the name. The cut will be renamed Boston roast. Why…
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TIP OF THE DAY: What To Do With Green Chartreuse

This Gatsby-inspired cocktail is delicious. Photo courtesy Moët & Chandon.   If you have a bottle of Chartreuse that languishes on the shelf, we’ve got a recipe that’s so charming and delicious, it’s reason enough to call friends over for a cocktail hour. The recipe was created as part of The Plaza Hotel’s spring celebration…
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TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: Onion Crunch, The New Condiment Sensation

From hot dogs to filet mignon, Onion Crunch adds something special to every dish it garnishes. Photo courtesy Loeb’s Onion Crunch.   It‘s not often that a new condiment appears. Generally, like salsa and wasabi, it enters our cuisine due to the popularity of a foreign cuisine in the U.S. In fact, the inspiration for…
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