Food Paradise: Pork Paradise Pictures

From a good ole Virginia country ham to a crispy tenderloin sandwich in Indiana, pig out on America's most porktastic eats.

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Canter's Deli

Canter's Deli

Canter’s in Los Angeles offers the quintessential deli experience, combining kitsch and kibitzing with killer sandwiches! 960 1280

  

Canter's Deli

Canter's Deli

Each week, Canter’s Deli goes through 2,000 pounds of pastrami and 2,800 pounds of corned beef. 960 1280

  

Canter's Deli

Canter's Deli

Whether customers come in for breakfast, lunch or dinner (or even a late-night snack), Canter's doors are always open, 24 hours a day, and the friendly staff is always ready. 960 1280

  

Nate 'n Al's

Nate 'n Al's

Nate 'n Al's in Los Angeles not only offers exceptional service for its customers who eat in but can also make any event special with one of its signature party platters. 960 1280

  

Nate 'n Al's

Nate 'n Al's

All of Nate 'n Al's smoked fish comes in fresh from New York City, ensuring that authentic New York deli flavor. 960 1280

  

Goldberg's Famous Deli

Goldberg's Famous Deli

At this unlikely deli hot spot, Goldbergs' in Bellevue, WA, the star on the menu is the classic Reuben. Patrons swear it tastes as authentic as any you’ll find in New York City. And it should because that’s where Goldbergs' gets all its meat. 960 1280

  

Goldberg's Famous Deli

Goldberg's Famous Deli

As soon as you walk through Goldbergs' doors, you’re instantly hit with the smell of all things wonderfully … deli. 960 1280

  

Kramarczuk's Deli

Kramarczuk's Deli

Kramarczuk’s in Minneapolis has been a refuge for hungry people of all cultures ever since 1954, when Orest Kramarczuk’s parents founded the restaurant after making their way from Ukraine to Minnesota. 960 1280

  

Kramarczuk's Deli

Kramarczuk's Deli

This old-school deli and adjoining cafeteria-style restaurant cut no corners. Kramarczuk’s does everything on-site, from baking all of its own breads and pastries, to stuffing and smoking its own sausages. 960 1280

  

Molinari Delicatessen

Molinari Delicatessen

Molinari Deli in San Francisco has been feeding locals and visitors alike for well over a century. Throughout, 4 generations of Molinaris have faithfully been slicing and serving the delicious deli meats. 960 1280

  

Molinari Delicatessen

Molinari Delicatessen

Customers not only love Molinari's salami but also the meatball sandwiches, which are just as great. 960 1280

  

Carnegie Deli

Carnegie Deli

A jaw-popping pound of pastrami piled high on rye -- the Carnegie Deli in New York City serves 6 to 700 of these big boys a day. 960 1280

  

Rubin's Kosher Delicatessen

Rubin's Kosher Delicatessen

All the food that is served at Rubin's Restaurant, just outside of Boston, is fresh and homemade, including the knishes. 960 1280

  

Rubin's Kosher Delicatessen

Rubin's Kosher Delicatessen

Rubin’s has been batting a thousand with Jews and gentiles alike since 1927, and while keeping kosher may seem like a restrictive diet, no cheese just means more meat! 960 1280

  

Zingerman's Deli

Zingerman's Deli

Having trouble deciding which deli item to pick? Each month, Zingerman's Deli in Ann Arbor, MI, showcases a “sandwich of the month” to help you try new sandwiches and move through the menu. 960 1280

  

Iowa State Fair

Iowa State Fair

Whether you're chowing down on a funnel cake, pickle dog or one of the more than 50-plus items at the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines, one thing is certain -- you won’t leave hungry. 960 1280

  

Iowa State Fair

Iowa State Fair

The Iowa State Fair not only boasts an amazing array of fried treats -- this is also the proving ground for new ones. 960 1280

  

Iowa State Fair

Iowa State Fair

Dig into a “Pickledawg” at the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines. 960 1280

  

Iowa State Fair

Iowa State Fair

Chow down on the double-bacon corn dogs at the Iowa State Fair. 960 1280

  

Iowa State Fair

Iowa State Fair

Red velvet funnel cake sits on display at the Iowa State Fair. 960 1280

  

Ozona Grill & Bar

Ozona Grill & Bar

The featured dish at Ozona Grill & Bar in Dallas, TX, is a deep-fried, chicken-fried steak. 960 1280

  

Sumo Grub

Sumo Grub

The fried mac and cheese is one of the most popular dishes at Sumo Grub in Berkeley, CA. 960 1280

  

Sumo Grub

Sumo Grub

If contestants finish Sumo Grub's Six Feet Under Challenge, they eat for free. Fail, and they end up on the Wall of Shame. 960 1280

  

Beer Belly

Beer Belly

Beer Belly in Los Angeles is a beer-lover’s paradise, serving only local brews and the most decadent deep-fried delights to pair with them. 960 1280

  

Beer Belly

Beer Belly

Beer Belly's sizzling specialty includes seasoned deep-fried cheese with the restaurant’s special dipping sauce. 960 1280

  

Beer Belly

Beer Belly

Another deep-fried favorite on the Beer Belly menu is the wildly popular duck fat fries. 960 1280

  

Beer Belly

Beer Belly

Beer, cheese and a deep fryer -- say hello to the new Hollywood diet! 960 1280

  

Funnelicious

Funnelicious

At Funnelicious in Greenville, SC, funnel cakes can be ordered standard size or super-sized -- we’re talking a freakishly large 16 inches of crispy, doughy delight! 960 1280

  

Funnelicious

Funnelicious

Steve Pennington and his wife opened Funnelicious in 2011 so they could offer fun, deep-fried Carnival-type fare 365 days a year. 960 1280

  

Funnelicious

Funnelicious

Here's something that you've probably never seen before! Get a look at the deep-fried Kool-Aid balls at Funnelicious. 960 1280

  

Forcella

Forcella

Forcella in NYC uses old-school methods in their kitchen to make their famous deep-fried pizzas. 960 1280

  

Forcella

Forcella

Forcella isn't the only place to deep fry pizzas. Pizza fritta is actually an authentic delicacy in Naples that dates back hundreds of years. 960 1280

  

Dos Diablos

Dos Diablos

Those who have a huge appetite for deep-fried dining in Chicago can head to the Mexican restaurant Dos Diablos. 960 1280

  

Dos Diablos

Dos Diablos

Feast your eyes on Dos Diablos' freakishly fried fiesta phenomenon that is The Big Mel -- a 3 1/2 pound chimichanga. 960 1280

  

Arbuckle Mountain Fried Pie

Arbuckle Mountain Fried Pie

Arbuckle Mountain Fried Pies near Davis, OK, offers hold-in-your-hand fried pies that have been legendary among the locals since 1893, when owner Nancy Fulton’s grandmother would deliver them on horseback to ranchers working the mountains. 960 1280

  

Arbuckle Mountain Fried Pie

Arbuckle Mountain Fried Pie

Deep-fried apple pie sits on display at Arbuckle Mountain Fried Pies. 960 1280

  

Church Brew Works

Church Brew Works

At Brew Works in Pittsburgh, PA, the converted church serves up some of the most popular pierogies in the country, including one dish that has a bit of a bite -- rattlesnake. 960 1280

  

Church Brew Works

Church Brew Works

Here at Church Brew Works, in one of the most unique -- some say celestial -- eateries in the country, diners can dive into a heavenly assortment of food. 960 1280

  

Linger Lodge

Linger Lodge

The Linger Lodge in Bradenton, FL, specializes in down-home, Southern-style cooking. 960 1280

  

Kegel's Inn

Kegel's Inn

Kegel’s Inn in Milwaukee, WI, offers up plenty of German dishes, including their boneless roasted duck and Beef Rouladen 960 1280

  

Kegel's Inn

Kegel's Inn

Kegel's Inn also serves the classic German dish, Wiener Schnitzel, which is breaded veal that’s seasoned and pan-fried. 960 1280

  

Beast and the Hare

Beast and the Hare

Beast and the Hare in San Francisco has many meat selections including the always-popular rabbit, and all of them wow even apprehensive eaters. 960 1280

  

Beast and the Hare

Beast and the Hare

The most popular dish here at the “Hare” remains its namesake entrée, the rabbit ragu, served with herb salsa and polenta. This savory stew is guaranteed to make any meat lover hippity hop all the way home with joy. 960 1280

  

The Green Turtle

The Green Turtle

The Green Turtle Inn in Islamorada, FL, is all about catering to the locals, but it’s also been a popular destination stop for customers traveling between Miami and the Outer Keys since opening in 1947. 960 1280

  

The Green Turtle

The Green Turtle

The turtle may have a reputation for being slow, but people here gobble it up as fast as they can! 960 1280

  

The Green Turtle

The Green Turtle

Since Islamorada, FL, is the sport fishing capital of America, the chefs at the Green Turtle are glad to cook up your catch of the day. 960 1280

  

Prejean's

Prejean's

Chef Ernest's latest crave-worthy creation at Prejean's in Lafayette, LA, is his award-winning pork skin-crusted frog legs. 960 1280

  

Prejean's

Prejean's

Chef Ernest Prejean is the culinary mastermind who turns these little green legs into finger-licking Southern specialties. 960 1280

  

Bodega Bistro

Bodega Bistro

San Francisco's Bodega Bistro's defining dish is the squab, which frequently lands on local food critics’ top 10 lists. And unlike chicken, every edible portion of squab is served, from the head to the feet. 960 1280

  

Bodega Bistro

Bodega Bistro

After one bite of Bodega's Vietnamese fare, even the most doubtful diner will become a convert. 960 1280