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Cooking Instructions

Forequarter Loin Tenderloin Belly Leg Hock Hock Other

Here are some how-to guides on the best ways to cook pork, jump to instructions on your preferred method here:

Some helpful cooking hints to remember:
  • Pork doesn’t need to be overcooked to be safe.  In fact, pork can be eaten with a hint of  pink in the middle (with the exception of mince and sausages).
  • Like all meat, pork continues to cook after removal from heat. For best results, let your dish rest uncovered for 1-2 minutes in a warm environment prior to serving (except for sausages and mince).
  • Always cut meat across the grain to keep tender.
  • Avoid frequent prodding of the meat while cooking.
  • For best results, meat should be brought to room temperature prior to cooking.
  • Marinating can add extra flavour and tenderness, especially on the BBQ.