Pork Be Inspired – Huge Prize Pack giveaway ($25 gift card, grill pan, spice rack & more)

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The National Pork Board is celebrating their recent launch of the new Pork Be Inspired campaign. This campaign was established to show how you can use pork for any meal of the day. They have delicious recipes and even show you the correct cooking methods too.

For my review I was given a gift card to purchase any kind of pork I would like. I chose to get a 1lb pork loin. I went online to Pork Be Inspired and chose the Italian Pork Kabobs with Summer Vegetables recipe.

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 Italian Pork Kabobs with Summer Vegetables

Ingredients:

1 1/2 pounds boneless pork loin roast, trimmed, cut into 1-inch cubes
2 tablespoons red wine vinegar
1 1/2 teaspoons kosher salt
1/2 teaspoons red pepper flakes, or less to taste
1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil
1 tablespoon fresh basil, chopped, OR 1 teaspoon dried basil
1 tablespoon fresh oregano, chopped OR 1 teaspoon dried oregano
2 cloves garlic , chopped
2 small zucchini, trimmed and cut crosswise into rounds
2 large bell peppers, seeded and cut into 1-inch squares

Directions:

Prepare outdoor grill for direct medium-hot grilling. For a gas grill, preheat grill on high. Adjust temperature to 400°F. For a charcoal grill, build fire and let burn until coals are covered with white ash. Spread coals and let burn for 15-20 minutes.

Whisk vinegar, 1 teaspoon salt, and hot red pepper together in large bowl. Whisk in oil. Add basil, oregano, and garlic. Add pork loin and toss to coat. Spread zucchini and bell peppers on top of pork, season with remaining ½ teaspoon salt, and let stand 5 minutes. Stir to coat with marinade. Do not marinate longer than 15 minutes. Skewer pork, zucchini, and bell peppers, alternating ingredients, onto 6 metal kabob skewers.

Lightly oil cooking grate. Place kabobs on grill and cover grill. Cook, turning occasionally, for about 10-12 minutes or until pork is browned. Let stand for 3 minutes, then serve.

Yield: 6 servings

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I didn’t have metal kabob skewers so I used wooden ones, but I failed to soak them long enough. They ended up burning and breaking, but dinner was still wonderful! The marinade was  perfect, it gave the pork a sweet tangy flavor. I will definitely be consulting Pork Be Inspired again for future recipes!  On a side note, we also tested out a recipe from the How to Cook Like a Top Chef cookbook (which is included in giveaway)!  We tried the Shrimp Mac and Cheese, which was amazing!


The wonderful people at the National Pork Board would like to offer one lucky winner with the same products they sent me!

THE GIVEAWAY is now closed.

One winner received a Pork Prize Pack.

No purchase necessary. Open to residents of US.  ONE ENTRANT PER HOUSEHOLD/IP Address! Giveaway ends October 22nd at 9:00 p.m. (PST).  I check all entries – cheating will not be tolerated.  Winner will be notified via email and needs to reply within 48 hours, or a new winner will be chosen. Please make sure you check your spam folder – I will not be responsible if you did not receive winning email notification. Winners name(s) will also be posted on Winners List immediately after drawing has occurred. Winners will be chosen using the “And the Winner is” plugin.  Screenshots of winners available by request.  **By entering this giveaway, you confirm that you have read and agree to my giveaway rules. Sponsor reserves the right to limit one prize per person/household (of this item/prize pack). Please allow 6-8 weeks for deliver of prize {though it is usually much sooner}. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. We hereby release Facebook of any liability.

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*Katy received the above products, free of charge, to facilitate this review. Please note that the National Pork Board is not the sponsor of the giveaway, but they are providing the products.

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  1. My favorite way to cook pork is to marinate in in Teriyaki Sauce, (overnight best) and then let my husband throw it on the grill. Will be very tender and melt in your mouth.

  2. I love cooking it low and slow on the grill stuff with garlic. Sooooooooo, good.

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  3. I like to slow cook boneless pork country ribs with a homemade BBQ sauce. I love it when it falls apart in your mouth! mmmm.

  4. I’ve never cooked pork, but I just stole a recipe from my sister for pulled pork and can’t wait to make it. She had it at my nieces birthday party and it was delicious!

  5. Leann Lindeman on

    Our favorite way is to cook pork for new mexican food… either carne adovado, green chile stew, or slow cooked and shredded for enchildas or whatever!

  6. My favorite is to saute boneless pork chops, then mix with some cooked rice and drained fruit cocktail

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  7. I like to cook it slowly all day in the crock pot with BBQ sauce and make pulled pork sandwiches.

  8. Jayme From WI on

    My favorite way to cook pork is making pulled pork in the slow cooker. I place a pork roast in a slow cooker with garlic, onions, celery, and carrots. I then like to pour over a bit of flavorful fluid to cover before cooking for 10 hours. I like to use broth, mushroom and onion soup, or Worcestershire, depending on my mood.

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  10. My favorite way to cook pork is to get butterfly pork chops and pan fry them in a skillet with salt and pepper.

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  19. I like cooking pork in the crockpot…only way I can get it tender

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  22. my new fav way to cook pork is in the crockpot with some pasta sauce and mozzarella cheese sprinkled on top after it’s finished.

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  24. Hubby loves when I make apple stuffed pork chops and I would have to agree with him…they are delicious! I season some apples and mix the wedges with some stuffing and then stuff all of that inside the pork (need thick chops) and then bake

  25. Jennifer Ryder on

    My favorite way to cook pork is to grill it. I have an old recipe for lemon herb marinated pork chops that my whole family loves.
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  26. I love to make a Hawaiian Pork recipe I have, super easy and quick to make and everyone loves it, even people who don’t normally like pork

  27. Kathy Rambousek on

    I’ve always enjoyed pork pan fried and then baked in the oven with rice, but I like the BBQ idea

  28. I love when my husband cooks it on the stove. He makes it perfectly! momlovesdeals at gmail dot com

  29. In the summer and fall I love to grill pork, in the winter I use my crock pot and slow cook it.

  30. I love to take boneless country pork ribs and throw them in the crockpot with a bottle of BBQ sauce. 8 hours later, YUM!

  31. Colleen Maurina on

    I cook a lot of pork in my crockpot with various sauces and spices. Last week I cooked boneless pork country ribs with a Chinese Char Sui Sauce.

  32. My very favorite way to EAT pork is when a friend of ours cooks a pork tenderloin on the grill. He’s an awesome cook. My fave way to COOK it is a pork roast in the crock pot. I think anything is good when it’s made in the crock pot. lol. I’m a big fan of pork cooked almost any way, any cut. It’s super yummy.

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  33. Melinda Mendy Dinsmore on

    I love to grill pork. Our favorites are tenderlion, pork lion and boneless chops.

  34. I love to put a pork roast in the crockpot on low all day and shred the meat for pork tacos.

  35. I love to cook pork in the crock pot, it gets so tender & juicy and we love it cooked like that, I make pork roasts and pork loins that I season & sometimes add other veg with it and let them cook all day, its fantastic or sometimes we make pulled pork sandwiches. Actually Pork is my favorite meat of all and we do eat it alot
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  36. ove it on the onddor grill, add caramlized onions, green and red peppers and serve with quino

  37. I love stuffed pork chops in the oven. Which reminds me I haven’t done them in awhile:)

  38. My favorite way to cook pork is in the slow-cooker. I love pulled pork

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  40. i love boneless pork chops fried in olive oil and sprinkled w/ garlic powder, salt and pepper

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  43. We put a good smear of apple butter on our pork and let it set up overnight. The next day we slow roast it. Best pork ever!

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  46. Seasoned with black pepper and put in a baking bag (easier to clean up) add veggies on the side

  47. My favorite thing to make is my pulled pork for sandwiches! I’m making a batch this week and can’t wait to have it!

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  48. I like to rub it with my boyfriend’s trademarked rub, and then smoke it for 3 hours on the grill, then slow cook it for 10 hours in the oven, and make pulled pork sandwiches!

  49. My favorite way to make pork is oven broiled pork chops, covered with homemade blackberry chipotle sauce!!!

  50. I like to put it in a slow cooker with sauerkraut

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  51. I love nice thick pork chops rubbed with S&P & lots of fresh or dried thyme. Bron in sauté pan then cook thru slowly remove & keep warm. Deglaze pan with a little chicken broth & balsamic vinegar, reduce then finish with a little butter swirls through. Makes a great pan sauce to put on mashed potatoes, rice or couscous . My husbands favorite

  52. I braise it up with cabbage, onions, caraway seeds, peppers, and a little vinegar and ground black pepper. It tastes super good that way and it’s the best way to get my husband to eat cabbage!

  53. I love pork chops Country Fried, but also grilled, broiled and smoked.

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