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Grand Marnier Pork Back Bones - Recipe

It is October and the weather has finally changed from the high eighties to sixties in Virginia.  Fall looks like it may visit us after all!  Here is a recipe for braising pork back bones with Grand Marnier sauce!  Yum!  Grand Marnier combines perfectly with marmalade (I prefer to use Wilkin and Sons - Tiptree).  Using a good quality marmalade gives you a great orange flavor instead of all sugar!  Choose to buy pastured pork for the best tasting meat.  The pork turns out moist and succulent in this recipe with a sweet cognac/orange liqueur sauce.

Grand Marnier Pork Back Bones Serves (4)

1 T. Palm oil for frying
Salt and Black Pepper
2 lbs Pork Back Bone (pastured preferred)
1 Large Onion peeled and chopped
1 Head Garlic peeled and chopped
 12 oz. Orange Marmalade  (such as Wilkin and Sons - Tiptree)
1/3 c. Grand Marnier
1/2 tsp. Salt
1/8 tsp. Cayenne Pepper
1/2 c. Chicken Broth

Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.  Heat oil on medium heat in a small braising dish.  Salt and pepper…

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