These pig neck recipes from Melissa Davis are more exciting than the Belmont race was over the weekend! And I don’t know which one is better, because both are amazing. I posted her Italian-style marinara sauce made from the first batch of Herondale pork necks, and this week she decided to go in the opposite direction and concoct a Korean version. In both recipes, a slow cook allows the meat to fall off the bones, while the fat and minerals from the bones themselves give rich flavor. So if tomato sauce isn’t your thing (although I’ve never known anyone who would say that) try this spicy version instead. Or try them both, pork necks are cheap!
Korean -Style Pork Necks, Courtesy of Melissa Davis