With summer coming to an end it’s the perfect time to get your food fix while supporting Wisconsin farmers!
It's the perfect time to fire up the grill before winter sets in (although I've heard many Wisconsinites say they grill all year long) and Wisconsin pork has the variety you need. Not only is it the perfect time to grill, but it is also the perfect time to stock up for National Pork Month in October.
Pork is an excellent source of protein and provides several important vitamins and minerals. It is also a heart-healthy food and is low in sodium.With seven common cuts of pork that are 16 percent leaner and have 27 percent less saturated fat than 20 years ago, pork lets you eat healthy and enjoy the delicious flavors you love. Pork is the most widely consumed and versatile protein in the world! It’s easy to cook and adaptable to just about any recipe. Check out these 5 different recipes using pork!
Ground Pork Tacos
Baby Back Ribs
List of Ingredients for the marinade used to make Julia's Pork Ribs
red pepper flakes
Cheesy Pork Chops and Rice
Link to Slow Cooker Pork Chops and Rice
Rosemary Garlic Pot Roast
Link to Rosemary Garlic Pork Roast Recipe
These recipes are easy to prepare at home and it is perfect to fuel families while they are working or attending school from home. One way is by purchasing a Pork from your local grocery store which directly benefits farmers.
You can find a variety of pork recipes on pork checkoff website which is pork.org.