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Honestly, weren’t these fuddy-duddies the reason our ancestors packed up their grinding stones and salt pork and left England?
When eaten straight-up (which happens far less frequently), salt pork is usually boiled to remove excess salt, before being seared to get that signature pork belly crispiness.
There really ought to be a ham hock or some salt pork cooked with them.
Nestle the piece of salt pork in the center of the beans.
The humble building blocks for many clam chowders are salt pork (or bacon), potatoes and milk — inexpensive ingredients that any New England cook would have on hand — and, of course, clams.
Dan Ayres, Washington’s coastal shellfish manager, provided this recipe, which eschews salt pork, bacon, butter and cream for a low-fat, comparatively thin chowder.
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