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Best Bacon Pasta Carbonara

 YIELD: SERVES 6 | COOK TIME: ABOUT 30 MINUTES With our simple pasta carbonara recipe, you're just 30 minutes away from a creamy, rich meal. While traditional recipes call for guanciale or pancetta, we like our slab bacon and a little garlic for depth of flavor. Bacon Carbonara Pasta Bacon Carbonara Pasta is a classic Italian dish with creamy egg sauce, noodles, eggs and bacon topped with Parmesan cheese in 30 minutes. Yield 6 Servings Prep Time 5 minutes Cook Time 20 minutes Total Time 25 minutes Author Sabrina Snyder Ingredients 1 pound spaghetti 10 slices of Thick Cut Berkshire Hickory-Smoked Uncured Bacon 3 large eggs , yolks 1/2 teaspoon Kosher salt 1/4 teaspoon coarse ground black pepper 1 cup Parmesan , shaved 1 cup frozen peas Instructions Cook the pasta in a large pot to one minute less than the directions on the...

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What’s The Difference Between Berkshire Pork And Regular Pork?

The main differences between regular and Berkshire pork are the taste, meat quality, tenderness, and fat. Regular pork comes from the American Landrace pigs versus the Japanese or English hogs. The flavor of Berkshire meat is much more juicy, flavorful, and tender than that of other pigs. What makes Berkshire pork chop special? Berkshire pork is renowned for its richness, texture, marbling, juiciness, tenderness and overall depth of flavor. It is thought by many to be the Kobe beef of pork. It is said to have a very specific taste, not generic and bland or mild like regular pork. Where do Berkshire pork chops come from? Berkshire pork comes from a heritage breed pig. With a long history that goes back some 300...

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