New Pork Cut Names And 10 for $10 Recipe Collection

July 7, 2013 · 2 comments

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Disclosure: This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of  The National Pork Board. The opinions and text are all mine.

I was recently challenged by The National Pork Board to come up with a delicious grilled pork recipe for under $10 and I’m fairly certain my Grilled Barbecue Pork Pizza Wrap is the BEST recipe you’ll find in the 10 for $10 Recipe Collection. It’s a mouthful, I know. Just wait until you try it. I had so much fun grilling up pork and my practically paleo husband really appreciates my new pork recipe interest (he cheated for my wrap, but you could easily modify it for the Paleo Diet).

The reason for this introduction to so many wonderful pork recipes is because The National Pork Board recently collaborated with the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association to help create new pork cut names that will match names of popular cuts of beef for easier identification and preparation. “The new names are designed to reflect the names of cuts of meat that shoppers are already familiar with – making it easier for you to select and prepare juicy, tender and flavorful pork this grilling season.” (via Pork Be Inspired)

So now when you’re grocery shopping you’ll find what used to be a loin chop is now a Pork Porterhouse Chop.  Take a look at some of the changes:

  • Pork Porterhouse Chop (Previous name: Loin Chop)
  • Pork Rib-Eye Chop, Bone-In (Previous name: Rib Chop Center)
  • Pork Rib-Eye Chop (Previous name: Rib Chop)
  • Pork New York Chop (Previous name: Top Loin Chop)

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Be sure to visit the Pork Be Inspired Facebook page and answer trivia questions to win an exclusive recipe and coupons for pork. The grand prize is $1,000 and you can play the game daily to score new recipes and unlock new coupons.

Disclosure: This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of  The National Pork Board. The opinions and text are all mine.

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Southern Angel July 8, 2013 at 4:24 am

As a Southern girl Pork is as much a staple in this house as chicken is. I get full tenderloins and either cook them whole or slice them for sandwiches. That right there looks so good.. But when I went to repin it it said the address didn’t exist.. Pouts.

Mama Kat July 8, 2013 at 1:40 pm

Have you grilled pork before? I was surprised at how juicy it turned out when prepped that way! You can invite me over for pork sandwiches any time. ;) Might take me a few hours to get there, but count me in!

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