Braised Pork Roast
Great Chicago Italian Recipes
This Braised Pork Roast is tender and delicious. Braising has always been one of my favorite ways to cook. The secret to this technique is to always make sure you brown the meat first. This seals in all the juices and adds great flavor to the sauce while cooking.
Famous dishes like osso bucco or chicken cacciatore are both slow cooked to bring out the intense flavor of the meats. Let’s not forget braised......
Great Chicago Italian Recipes.com is proud to introduce our own original blend of Chicago-Style Italian Beef Seasoning. If you are craving the great flavor of of a Chicago-Style Beef Sandwich you can now re-create them in the comfort of your own home. Read More
We are proud to share with you a few more emails regarding what our customers are saying about our "Chicago-Style Italian Beef Seasoning":
"The spice is perfect. Used it once. Too hot here in Utah to cook indoors. Will use it again in September."
Mike - Sandy, Utah
" Thank you so much for your amazing Chicago-Style Seasoning!!!
this stuff is absolutely wonderful! Thank you so much again. you know have a life time coustomer"
Tony - Lomita, CA
"Love your seasoning, Phil ... reminds me of momma's and nonna's cooking ... I use it in many dishes to add that extra flavor!!"
Marianne - Las Vegas, NV
"It was great everyone raved how good the beef tasted"
Edward - Ottawa, Il
"I really liked this,will be ordering more very soon. Grazie!"
Marge - Willsboro, NY
"Dear Phillip, So happy to review your Chicago-Style Italian Beef Seasoning.
Born and raised in inner city Chicago, I needed my Italian Beef fix out here in California! Nothing out here at all close to the rich, spicy, peppery, flavor of your seasoning. Add that to thin sliced top or bottom round, and I might even enjoy a Cubs game again!
I've gone to the lengths of ordering Portillos and having it shipped up here to the Lost Coast. Al's, on Taylor St., nor Mr. Beef on Orleans, offer that option.
I have been eating Italian beef's ( hot and sweet, dipped) since my childhood in the sixties....my Father took me to Carl's stand on 146th ( I think), when I was a youngster!
We'd bring home a dozen for everyone. ...the best gardinerre being at Mr. Beef. Your seasoning should be sold in quart jars! I use a whole one each time I make it! The best part about your fantastic seasoning is giving these old hippies out here a taste of the best of what the Chicago meat packing district still has to offer.
I've tried others... but none that I lie about and tell people I made! Thanks for my notoriety out here....I've even posted your seasoning in Facebook!"
Skylar - Hydesville, CA
Chicago-Style Italian Beef Seasoning
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The Essence of Grappa
Grappa is a unique Italian beverage made from the grape's discarded skins, stalks, seeds and stems. This fragrant pomice brandy has been produced in Italy since sometime between the 12th and 15th centuries. It's another type of product that seems to have been developed out of necessity by the peasants. Not one to let anything go to waste, the laborers who help produce the wine, would use the remnants of grapes to produce the beverage to unwind after work and keep them warm in the winter.
During this time it was predominately produce in the Northern regions of Italy. Today, almost every winery in Italy ..................
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