This recipe has a peach of our hearts. Grilled pork and peaches in delicious Asian flavors with savings to match the taste. Get peaches at 99¢ per lb and pork tenderloin on BOGO or $4.99 per lb to save on all the ingredients.
1 bag (16 ounces) pre-cut coleslaw mix with carrots
2 green onions, thinly sliced
Asian Grilled Pork and Peaches
1/3 cup hoisin
1 tablespoon brown sugar
½ teaspoon grated fresh ginger
1 pork tenderloin (about 1¼ pounds)
3 tablespoons coconut oil, melted
1 tablespoon Chinese five spice blend
2 ripe peaches, halved, pitted and sliced
Prepare outdoor grill for direct grilling over medium heat.
In large bowl, whisk honey, soy sauce, vinegar, sesame oil and chili garlic
sauce; add slaw mix and onions and toss to combine. Cover and refrigerate.
Makes about 4 cups.
In small bowl, whisk hoisin, sugar and ginger. Rub all sides
of pork with 2 tablespoons coconut oil and five spice. Place pork on hot grill
rack; cover and cook 20 minutes or until internal temperature reaches 140°, turning ¼ turn every 5 minutes and brushing with hoisin
mixture during last 10 minutes of cooking. Transfer pork to cutting board;
loosely cover with aluminum foil and let stand 10 minutes.
In small bowl, toss peaches and remaining 1 tablespoon
coconut oil. Place peaches on hot grill rack; cover and cook 3 minutes or until
grill marks appear, turning once.
Peaches are a delicious treat no matter where you are going. They are the perfect addition to a fruit salad, a peach cobbler, and so much more. Peaches give you the juicy, satisfying taste of a sweet treat while still providing nutrients. Below are some facts that you may not know about this amazing fruit!
Peaches help relieve stress. The natural vitamins and minerals that a peach contains allows it to give your body a healthy, delicious way to relieve stress.
The peach is a member of the rose family.
Peaches generally have less than 70 calories and also have Vitamins A and C, making it the perfect snack.
Peaches are said to be the most delicious from the beginning of June to the end of August.
Do you love Utah local peaches? This weeks our stores our featuring fresh peaches locally grown in Utah County by Mountainland Apples. They carry several varieties of the finest, freshest Peaches around from June Flame and Angelus, to Diamond Princess and O’Henry varieties. Their farmers use sustainable farming methods and take care to consistently produce high quality fruit. Their peaches are hand picked and delivered, from the farms just down the road.
Stop by today and pick up a 22 lb. box of ripe, delicious peaches for only $14.99!*
*Valid Monday, August 24, 2015 through Monday, August 31, 2015. Valid at Tooele, Richfield, Price and Overton Wednesday, August 26, 2015 through Wednesday, September 2, 2015.
With all the cute Mason jar crafts and décor ideas you’ve seen on Pinterest, you are likely to have quite a few canning jars sitting around. But have you ever actually used them for their original purpose? We understand that just thinking about preserving you own food sounds a little scary and overwhelming. However, we are here to tell you: it’s really pretty easy! You’ll need some time and patience, but if you have those two things you can do it! Here are a few things to remember:
Don’t use jars with any chips or cracks-You want to protect your food by keeping air and other things out. A cracked jar just won’t do that, so keep it for décor, but don’t use it for your food.
Clean your jars well-Wash the jars, lids, and rings in hot, soapy water, making sure to rinse well. Then place the jars upright in a large pot, your water bath canner will work well. Fill the pot with hot water until the jars are submerged then bring the water to a boil for 10 minutes. Also, don’t forget to sterilize your lids according to the directions on the box.
Be selective with your fruit-Do not use overripe fruit. Canning doesn’t improve the quality of food, so if you start out with low quality, it will only get worse in storage.
Use the correct canner– There are two ways of canning food 1) the boiling method and 2) the pressure-canning method. The boiling-water method should be used for acidic foods, such as fruit jams and jellies, salsas, tomatoes, and vegetables which are made more acidic by adding vinegar, lemon juice, or citric acid. A pressure canner should be used for low-acid foods, which includes most vegetables and meats. These need to be heated to a higher temperature in a special pressure-canning pot.
Make it fun– Recruit some friends and have a party canning your food together. It’s an excuse to get together and remember your mother was right “many hands make light work”.
Right now we have fresh local peaches. Pick up a 22 lb. case for just $14.99!*
Click here for the recipe to can your own local peaches.
*Valid Monday, August 24, 2015 through Monday, August 31, 2015. Except for Tooele, Richfield, Price and Overton valid Wednesday, August 26, 2015 through Wednesday, September 2, 2015.