Pork Loin Roast with Herbs and Garlic
Taylor Boetticher, founder of the Napa charcuterie company Fatted Calf, roasts this bone-in pork loin the best way possible: by cutting the loin off the rib bones (which any butcher should be able to do), rubbing the meat with a bright mix of fresh herbs and garlic, then tying the bones back on. The ribs themselves help to keep the meat moist in the oven. They also become especially crisp and succulent; pass them alongside the roast for guests to eat with their hands. More Pork Recipes
A hefty pork loin like the one Taylor Boetticher roasted in his clay oven deserves a substantial, luscious red wine as a partner, like a spicy, dark-fruited Cabernet Franc from Napa Valley.