Slow Cooker Cuban Pork - slow cooked all day until the meat cuts like butter, this Slow Cooker Cuban Pork is so delicious and perfect served over rice, in tacos, or as sandwiches.

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NYT Cooking: This dish defines the phrase “it’s worth the wait.” The cooking method here is low and slow, with a well-seasoned pork butt roasted for 9 to 10 hours. Inspired by a “Pork Dinner” family meal at Mozza in Los Angeles, where a 300-pound Berkshire pig was butchered for the dinner, it makes for a perfect big Sunday feast. Just don’t forget the salsa after all that time.

NYT Cooking: This recipe works equally well with bok choy or sturdy greens, both of which have tough ribs and leaves that have a cruciferous flavor. I steam them for a minute before stir-frying so the leaves won’t be too tough.

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NYT Cooking: Prunes are the secret ingredient in this recipe. They practically disappear during cooking, leaving behind their complex sweetness. This recipe was meant for a 6- to 8-quart electric pressure cooker, but to use a stovetop pressure cooker, just cook the ribs a few minutes less than you would if using an electric one. You could also bake this in a covered Dutch oven at%2...

NYT Cooking: Picadillo is one of the great dishes of the Cuban diaspora: a soft, fragrant stew of ground beef and tomatoes, with raisins added for sweetness and olives for salt. Versions of it exist across the Caribbean and into Latin America. This one combines ground beef with intensely seasoned dried Spanish chorizo in a sofrito of onions, garlic and tomatoes, and scents it with ...

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