I was pleasantly surprised to learn that the majority of pork in our local grocery stores are produced by local farmers. Therefore, when you buy that pack of pork chops or ground pork you are supporting Ohio Pork Farmers. One of the farmers indicated that the pork industry never sleeps. Piglets are born day and night and don’t care if it is Christmas, New Years or any other holiday. After a piglet is born it takes six months for them to become fully grown and weigh in at a whopping 270 pounds.
Tips For Cooking Pork Loin From Local Pork Farmers
Sweets and Meats BBQ
Surprise your family with a tasty pork dinner one night with their great carry-out options. They often sell out of brisket, ribs and other crowd pleasers so get there earlier than later. They also have a food truck that makes its way around the city selling their porky goodness! From pulled pork to a slab of dry rubbed ribs Sweets and Meats BBQ has the perfect pork dish for you! Whether it is a quick dinner, a graduation party or a wedding they have you covered. Learn more about Sweets and Meats BBQ and check out their menu here!
Toddler Pork Meatballs Recipe
Ingredients for Toddler Pork Meatballs
1 pound of Ground Pork
1/4 cup Parmesan Cheese
1/4 cup Breadcrumbs
1/4 cup Applesauce
2 tsps Garlic salt
1 tsp Pepper
1/2 tsp Rosemary
1/ tsp Oregano
Mix all the ingredients together in a bowl.
Divide into mini-muffin tins
Bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 15 minutes or until they have reached an internal temperature of 165 F.
Let cool, serve and then place remainder in freezer bags.
Place in the microwave covered for 20-30 second or until warm.
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Looking for more local farms? A visit to Alpaca Paradise is always fun for the whole family!