Cowboy Troy Porkchop

To celebrate Porktober, the National Pork Board has teamed up with musical artist Cowboy Troy. His new song titled “Porkchop” is the perfect anthem to celebrate National Pork Month. Cowboy Troy, an American country rapper, brands his type of music… Read More


Porktober

October brings a change in seasons as we celebrate fall. Leaves, football, pumpkins, and PORK! October is National Pork Month, passionately termed Porktober. There has never been a better time to take advantage of the great value, versatility and most… Read More


The Taste of Now

It’s happening now: unbridled creativity, unequaled inspiration, unprecedented value. And it’s happening with pork! Chefs across the country are rolling up their sleeves, laying down their cutting boards and making it happen with pork. So it’s no surprise that consumers… Read More


Go Asian Marinated Pork Tenderloin

Always marinate in the refrigerator and discard any leftover marinade. Ethnic-inspired marinades add unique flavor to pork and are easy-to-prepare. Serve with salad tossed with seasame dressing.… Read More


Apple and Cornbread-Stuffed Pork Loin with Roasted Apple Gravy

Adapted from “Bruce Aidells’s Complete Book of Pork,” courtesy of Harper Collins Publishers “A full-flavored American Pale Ale is the perfect compromise between the meatiness of the pork and the rich fruitiness of the baked apples,” says Aidells.… Read More


Orange Shoulder Pork Roast

Two types of oranges to look for when needing a bitter orange are Seville and bergamot. Usually the Seville orange season is short, from December to February, so other oranges can be used as a substitute.… Read More


Rice with Pork

An easy dish that simmers for a tasty supper. Serve with a salad of mix greens and steamed snow peas.… Read More