We’re Feeling “Pork-y”!


It’s February, and we’re feeling pork-y. Not the type of porky you feel after eating too many nachos while watching the Super Bowl … (though I’m sure that we’ll feel that way after Sunday!), but our family farm’s freezers are well stocked with fresh ground free-range Berkshire pork.

We’ve got some great pork recipe ideas that are easy to make, using our all-natural, humanely raised pork. We’ve also got a new product that we want to tell you about – pork cutlets! And, through the month of February, we’re offering these mouth- watering pork cutlets at just $8.00 for a 1 pound package. Additionally, if you order $75 or over from our website (not including shipping), we’ll throw in a pound of ground pork. Free.

C’mon. It’s February. Treat your family to a burger. A pork burger.

February isn’t typically “grilling season,” but that doesn’t mean that you can’t still enjoy foods that go great on the grill, such as burgers. If you’ve never tried a pork burger, you’re in for a treat. Made from our all-natural Berkshire free-range pigs, our ground pork is rich, juicy, and bursting with so much flavor you won’t need to dress the burger up with excess condiments or drown it in cheese. Our pork burger recipe, courtesy of Sunset Magazine, is below. Order your Berkshire ground pork from our farm today!

Pork Cutlets—they’re like a steak, but bursting with rich, pork flavor

We are now selling pork cutlets. Think steak meets the best-tasting pork you’ve ever had. Not a bad combination, right? They’re easy to prepare, too, so you can cook ‘em up for a delicious, healthy mid-week meal. Pound them thin, throw them in the pan, and they’ll cook up quickly. They go great with a side of potatoes. Order today—they’re just $8 for a 1 pound package!

Pork Burgers

Courtesy of Sunset Magazine

1.5 pounds of ground Pasture Prime Berkshire Pork
4 oz. firm chorizo or hot Italian sausage, casing removed and crumbled
2 slices (2 oz. total) bacon, finely chopped
¼ Cup olive oil
¼ cup minced shallots
2 tbsp. chopped parsley
2 tsp. fresh thyme leaves
1 tsp. ground cumin
4 hamburger buns, toasted

  1. Prepare a charcoal or gas grill for high heat (450 – 550 degrees F) or heat a frying pan to medium high.
  2. In large bowl, mix ground pork, chorizo, bacon, oilive oil, shallots, parsley, thyme, and cumin. Form mixture into 4 equal patties about ¾ inch thick.
  3. Grill burgers (cover if using gas), turning once, just until no longer pink in the middle, about 13-15 minutes total; keep a spray bottle handy to douse and flames.
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