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.
Ox Yoke Inn, Amana, IAMore than 70 years later, the Ox Yoke Inn in Amana, IA, continues to serve up a taste of its German-American heritage. The full-service restaurant’s menu has also expanded to include a variety of other hearty meals, such as steak, roast beef and fried chicken. 960 1280
Al Johnson's Swedish Restaurant & Butik, Sister Bay, WIThe meatball recipe at Al Johnson's Swedish Restaurant in Sister Bay, WI, differs from a lot of Swedish recipes, most of which call for a mix of pork and beef. Al Johnson's uses 100% beef instead. 960 1280
Al Johnson's Swedish Restaurant & Butik, Sister Bay, WIAl Johnson's menu is a veritable smorgasbord of authentic Swedish cuisine. And with Wisconsin being cow country, you can bet this family-owned restaurant serves up some mean beef meatballs. 960 1280
Bartolini's, Midlothian, ILBartolini's meatball recipe comes from Grandfather Bartolini. What this restaurant does differently from everybody else is use Turano bread, produced by a local family-owned business. Bartolini’s soaks the bread in water and then presses it, which makes each meatball nice and fluffy -- with a really nice bite. 960 1280
The Meatloaf BakerySince it opened in 2008, The Meatloaf Bakery has been dishing out cupcake-shaped loafs made from your pick of beef, pork, veal, salmon, chicken or turkey, all dressed up with a variety of toppings like blue cheese, spicy hot wing sauce or strategically swirled angel hair pasta. 960 1280
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