Do you want to live to see your 100th birthday? Then start upping your pork intake. 
Spicy Honey-Glazed Bacon
These addictive bacon strips are slathered in a spicy honey mixture.
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Do you want to live to see your 100th birthday? Then start upping your pork intake. According to Eater, one Sichuan woman who lived to be 117 ate pork three times a day. Sounds like a good diet to us. Here, 15 delicious pork recipes to make for breakfast, lunch and dinner.


Spicy Honey-Glazed Bacon
Slices of smoky bacon covered in a spicy honey mixture are great at breakfast and addictive enough for a midnight snack.

Ham and Deviled Egg Breakfast Sandwiches
This irresistible breakfast sandwich is a hybrid of an egg salad sandwich and an Egg McMuffin.

Bacon, Cheese and Jalapeño Tacos
Pressed on a griddle, these breakfast tacos are almost like breakfast quesadillas.

Green Eggs and Ham Crêpes
The secret to these delicious crêpes: lots of chopped herbs.

Breakfast Sausage Links
The terrific filling for these sausage links is made with fresh-ground pork belly seasoned simply with sea salt, sage, and black and white pepper.


Herb-Roasted Pork Subs with Garlicky Spinach
Slicing the pork very thinly is the key to this sandwich.

White Bean and Ham Soup
This quick soup comes together in 30 minutes.

Pasta Shells with Peas and Ham
Country ham is an ideal accent in dishes like this homey pasta.

Lemongrass-Barbecued Pork with Rice-Vermicelli Salad
This terrific noodle salad pairs zesty pickles with smoky grilled meat.

Grilled-Pork Banh Mi
This simple sandwich is filled with peppery pork and hoisin sauce.


Grilled Double–Cut Pork Chops
These pork chops are cut doubly thick, so it’s easy to give them a good char on the grill while keeping them super-juicy.

Spiced Pork Tenderloin with Honey Mustard
This recipe needs just 20 minutes in the oven.

Citrus and Garlic Pork Shoulder
This citrusy pork shoulder is grilled for a fantastic smoky flavor.

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Pork Cheek and Black-Eyed Pea Chili
Self-described “porketarian” Michael Symon uses incredibly succulent pork cheeks in this chili.

Pulled Pork Sandwiches with Barbecue Sauce
Roasted garlic seasons this pork shoulder, which slow-cooks until tender.