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Here’s to hunting season

It’s hunting season! Whether you’ve been hunting on the same plot your whole life or you’re exploring some new territory, make this a season to remember. Just remember, when you come home pork rinds make a snack to unwind with and plan your next hunt!

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This season, we want to hear: What does hunting season mean to you? One of our very own here at Southern Recipe shares why he loves this time of year:

“This year marks the 51st anniversary I will be going deer hunting with my dad and the 28th year with my kids. We have been hunting on the same lease in south Texas for more than 30 years. As my mom says, we are “making memories”.

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We hunt about 11,000 acres of some of the finest whitetail country in Texas. We also have over a dozen Asian and African species. We get to share lots of deer, food and campfire stories. My dream hunt? Cape Buffalo. I would love to hunt something so powerful! We have been hunting wild boars with knives for the last ten years or so and I would love to turn it up a notch.”

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Please Join Us for World Food Day

Hey, we’re going to celebrate World Food Day to raise awareness about world hunger. Will you join us in spreading the word? Because you know that food is a basic human right just as pork rinds are a favorite Southern snack.

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Here’s a couple of ways to celebrate with us:

  1. On this awareness day, buy a bag of Southern Recipe Pork Rinds for yourself and snag another bag for a family member, a friend, a co-worker … or simply share it with someone who needs a pick-me-up!
  2. Tag Southern Recipe in a post using @SouthernRecipe and #WorldFoodDay to show us just how much you care!
  3. Post a picture of you and your rind-loving friends and we’ll send you a bag of Southern Recipe Pork Rinds!

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Crunchtastic Pork Month recipes


Happy National Pork Month! Welcome to the pork rind lover’s blog. Looking for ways to fuel your day? Read on for all things delicious about America’s favorite meat plus one savory recipe you need to make NOW … Our mouths are watering at the thought!

Hunker down in your man cave, grab a bag of your favorite Southern Recipe Pork Rinds, and snack on these porky facts.

Did you know?

  • Pork is the world’s most widely eaten meat! It’s eaten almost as much as beef and poultry combined!
  • 94% of American’s eat pizza. Can you guess the most popular meat toppings? Sausage and pepperoni of course!
  • Ham is the number one sandwich eaten in U.S. households.
  • Pork has more protein than chicken and is high in zinc, iron and B-vitamins.

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Making this recipe is the perfect way to celebrate #NationalPorkMonth! Tender pork chops wrapped in crushed rinds are a surefire way to double your pork intake.

Want more? Visit us on Facebook … Welcome to your new man cave, boys. Now let’s get in the kitchen because we’ve got more ways to eat pork rinds!

Pork Rind Pork Chops

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit. Spray a large baking sheet with nonstick cooking spray.
  2. Pour Southern Recipe Pork Rinds into a large bowl.
  3. 
Use a cup to crush into teeny-tiny bits.
  4. Whisk together eggs and Old Bay Seasoning to make an egg wash.
  5. Dip each pork chop into the egg wash.
  6. And then coat each side of the pork chop with crushed pork rinds.
  7. 
Place breaded pork chop onto sprayed baking sheet.
  8. Bake at 425 for 15 minutes, then remove from oven and flip each pork chop over to brown on the other side. Return to oven and bake for another 10 minutes, until golden brown and crispy.

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