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Depending on the shape of the roast you buy, pounding it to a 15-x-9-inch rectangle may be difficult. Just make sure the pork is 1/2 inch thick so the stuffed roll will cook evenly.
A flavorful combination of raisins, pork, and citrus peel adds pizazz to pork roast.
This recipe relies on apple wood chips or chunks to give the herb-rubbed pork roast a sweet, smoky flavor. Look for a variety of wood chips or chunks -- including orange, cherry, hickory, maple, mesquite, and pecan -- where grilling supplies are sold.
Chunky wedges of apple tumbled in a mixture of brown sugar-sweetened apple juice and mustard surround this rosemary- and pepper-crusted pork roast.
When this recipe first appeared in Better Homes and Gardens in the '60s, most center-cut pork rib roasts would have included bone. Today, boneless roasts are becoming more popular because the roasts are easier to serve and have less waste.
This present-day grilled roast has more fiery flavors than recipes of years past. It's marinated in a sesame oil and soy sauce mixture that gets its heat from both jalapeno chili peppers and crushed red pepper.
Fresh mint and pepper jelly blend for just the right balance of "cool" and "hot" in this chock-full-of-fruit salsa. It's a tongue-tingling accent to the jerk-seasoned pork.
When you want to pull out the stops to impress dinner guests, this Tuscan-style roast pork -- infused with the appealing flavor combination of fennel, rosemary, and garlic --is just the thing. Leftover slices make terrific sandwiches.
These juicy tenderloins can be grilled the day before, chilled, then reheated for an amazing make-ahead meal.