“No more pork belly!”That’s what one of the judges said to me during the 20th Taste of Elegance culinary contest. He had just spent two days sampling 29 different pork dishes, so he might not have been in his right mind. But then again, he might have been.The Taste of Elegance is a more-or-less-annual competition sponsored by the National Pork Board. Chefs compete at a regional level and the winners of those contests are then flown to a national championship, which was held in Baltimore this ...
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