Who knew there were so many ways to use pork in everyday recipes? And who better to share a couple of recipes than advocates of pork, the South Dakota Pork Producers? Along with more traditional dishes, 605 got to experience unique items readers can try at home, like the Blueberry Bacon Pop-Tart.

Pork Rind Crusted Pork Tenderloin


1 Pork tenderloin

8 Oz. Whole milk

6 Oz. Pork rinds blended

Salt and pepper


Take cleaned pork tenderloin and let soak in 8 oz. of whole milk for one hour.

Take pork tenderloin and roll in crushed pork loin. Back for 25 minutes, and let rest for 10 minutes.

Slice to thickness of your liking and place on sides like your favorite mashed potatoes, grilled broccoli, and cauliflower.

Roger Titze
Executive Chef & General Manager, Myers Deli & More

“Everything goes great with pork.”

BlueBerry Bacon Pop-Tart


5 Oz. Blueberries

3 Oz. Bacon

1 Oz. Jalapeno

Pie crust

Whip topping


Mix blueberry, sugar, finely diced jalapeno, and chopped bacon.

Wrap in pie crust.

Preheat oven to 375 degrees.

Bake for 12 minutes, or until golden brown.

Dan Myers
Owner, Elite Cafe & Catering

“Pork works well as a dessert because of the smoky aroma of it, and it helps pair well with the sweetness.”

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