The Snake River Farms pork collar is a beautifully marbled cut with a rich, remarkable flavor. Pork collars are a familiar item in Europe and because of their intense marbling are used to make traditional sausages such as coppa. This boneless cut is starting to gain a following in the U.S. and makes the occasional appearance on restaurant menus. The collar is cut from the shoulder portion that runs from the neck to the tip of the loin. This versatile, boneless item is excellent roasted, braised in stock or cut into chops and grilled.
Due to the unique conformations of this product, approximate weights can vary up to +/- 0.5 pounds.
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My favorite cut of pork
This is so much better than pork shoulder that I don't know why I don't order it more often. We used it for nachos and it is extraordinary.
Posted 1/11/2019 by Steve
Insanely Good for Pulled Pork
I slow cooked two of these to make pulled pork for Christmas Eve. Other than a small fat cap on each piece (which I removed and froze for later use), there was not one ounce of waste on this meat. As I shredded it I kept on expecting to find those inedible pockets of fat one gets with a shoulder cut. Not a single bit was found. It was rich, velvety and almost beefy. We talked my pork hating, finicky teen aged niece into trying some. She went back for seconds.
Posted 12/31/2018 by Stephen
Outstanding Qualty Everytime
I have been Ordering from SRF now for years and have Always been completely satisfied
Posted 12/11/2018 by Glen
Perfect Sous Vide Char Sui
I had to do a teeny tiny bit of fat trimming but otherwise this was an excellent cut of meat. I marinated this cut for about 36 hours and then sous vide for 24 with a quick broil to finish off. Absolutely perfect appetizer for a special dinner party.
Posted 10/31/2018 by kle04d
Kubota pork collar
Sorry I got this pork collar about 5 times and every time I was hoping for a better cut. Always to much fat, so I quit trying and will not order this cut anymore
Posted 8/17/2018 by Zdenka