Posts Tagged ‘pork’
Summer is meant for good times, fun, and food. Let’s get grilling with Smithfield Marinated Fresh Pork for an easy, quick, and crazy delicious meal.
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After making BBQ chicken pizza last week my cravings for BBQ were satisfied, but only for BBQ pizza. My taste buds immediately started craving all my other favorite BBQ dishes from Memphis. Such cravings could not have come at a better time with #10DaysofTailgate in full swing! And better yet I had all kinds of great tools and ingredients to use thanks to our awesome sponsors.
Here’s what the rest of the team brought to the table…
One year ago: Skillet Greek Yogurt Chicken
If you love sweet and sour chicken then you’ll love this version with pork. In addition to the typical chunks of pineapple you will also find bell peppers in the mix.
Originally I had wanted to share some sort of BBQ recipe today or at least a BBQ-related side dish.You may think the reason behind this plan was to prepare for the upcoming grilling holiday that is Memorial weekend and while that is not entirely incorrect, it is not my original thought process. The real reason why my mind had been lingering upon BBQ is because I’m heading back to Memphis for the annual Memphis in May World Championship BBQ Festival! It is my favorite festival and therefore a great reason for me to return for the first time since departing the first week of February.
Although today’s recipe is not BBQ, it is pork and that’s halfway there. This one pan stir fry is easy to prepare making it great for dinner tonight. It’s just like sweet and sour chicken except with pork and some bell peppers. Mine was served with a side of corn on the cob which is a bit unusual but hey, when it’s spring time you do not turn down fresh sweet corn!
One year ago: Ground Turkey Sloppy Joes with Hoisin and Cilantro