Pork is an excellent meat option and many will agree. It is the most commonly consumed meat worldwide. We’ve gathered some cooking tips for creating successful and satisfying pork based meals.

Roasting

Roast at 350°F, unless otherwise noted. Roast in a shallow pan, uncovered.

CUT SIZE AVG. COOKING TIME
New York Roast; bone-in and boneless 2- 5 lbs. 2 lbs. roast = 20 minutes (per lb.)
3½ – 5 lbs. roast = 15 minutes (per lb.)
Tenderloin (Roast at 425°F) ½-1½ lbs. 20 -27 minutes (total)
Loin Back Ribs 1½- 2 hours (total)
Spareribs/St. Louis-Style Ribs 1½- 2 hours (total)

Broiling

4-5 inches from heat

or

Grilling

Over direct. medium heat; turn once halfway through grilling.

CUT SIZE AVG. COOKING TIME
Tenderloin ½- 1½ lbs. 20 minutes (total)
Porterhouse. New York and Ribeye Pork Chops; thin ¾ inch
½ inch
8-9 minutes (total)
12-16 minutes (total)
Shoulder Steak ½-¾ inch 20 minutes (total)
Shoulder Country-Style Ribs 1½ inch 12-16 minutes (total)
Loin Country-Style Ribs; bone-in and boneless 1½ inch 12-16 minutes (total)