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Braised Pork with Apples, Smoked Grits and Roasted Root Vegetables

Chef Colin Bedford of Fearrington House Restaurant in Pittsboro, North Carolina combines his knowledge of local ingredients and Southern traditions with his English sensibility, resulting in dishes like braised pork cheeks. Chef Bedford braises pork cheeks in apple cider and serves them alongside smoked grits and roasted rutabagas for a dish that is definitely a little bit Southern, a little bit British, and completely delicious. (Featured on The Local Palate – Food Culture of the South)

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