Chefs, home cooks make pork belly the main meal event
Pork belly has gone from flavoring soups and side dishes to capturing the spotlight. At the French Bulldog in Dundee, the boneless cut from the underside of a pig is made into a sandwich that is very popular with diners.
Posted: Wednesday, April 10, 2013 12:00 am
Whether it's slow-roasted, seared, grilled, glazed or braised, people are pigging out on pork belly.
It gets piled into sandwiches, stuffed into crepes, topped on burgers, sprinkled over salad greens, heaped on French fries, perched on polenta and tucked into tortillas or pillowy white steamed buns.
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Wednesday, April 10, 2013 12:00 am.