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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pull this collar
excellent taste after slow cooking on kamato smoker for four hours. great bark
Posted 6/7/2018 by Middleton
Kurobuto Pork Collar
I made all 4.4 lbs into Sous Vide Pork Char Sui. It was amazing and I am now an addict. Upon receiving the pork, I noted how nicely marbled it was. I cut off about 2 ounces of fat, but that's it. All the rest will be consumed as is and wanting more. 24 hour marinade and 24 hour sous vide resulted in a perfect pork. Glazed and charred in super hot oven 15 mins is pork heaven
Posted 5/21/2018 by Juggler
Kurobuta Pork Holla!
I will never cook ham for Easter again. After cooking the Kurobuta pork collar for 18 hours sous vide using Joule by ChefSteps, it was the most succulent Easter entree I've ever made--even my 7-year old niece (a very picky eater) had second and third helpings.
Posted 4/11/2018 by Eskim081
Great Pulled Pork Meal
I wasn't sure how to cook pork collar but after a lot of searching, I decided to use the slow cooker. It turned out great and even the picky eaters I was trying to feed liked it a lot. I would order this again.
Posted 1/6/2018 by spinningbee
merry xmas to us!
I ordered this collar for xmas dinner. 4 lbs +- .5 would be plenty. Arrived and package says 3.2 lbs. Using my fingers and toes I figured that wasn't right. Got on the horn to SRF and they agreed with my math. Had a new one on the way and still in time for Xmas. 4.5 lbs this time and keep the other one. You bet! Braised in an apple cider mix for 3 hours. Came out falling apart and moist. Probably my best pork meal yet and in the top few overall! Definitely try this again. (besides my extra one)!
Posted 12/25/2017 by merry xmas to us!