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The National Pork Board has enlisted celebrity chef Lorena Garcia to create pork-inspired recipes with a Latin touch.
"I am thrilled to share my culture and love of pork through these new recipes that families may enjoy in everyday meals," said Chef Garcia. "I believe in keeping it simple, but interesting."
With pork a very popular protein in Latin cuisine, Garcia's new collaboration with the Pork Board will kick off with the "Sabrosos Momentos con Chef Lorena Garcia" (Flavor-Filled Moments with Chef Lorena Garcia) multimedia series containing three delicious pork-inspired video recipes and educational videos showcasing three popular pork cuts: the tenderloin, ribs and shoulder.
"Pork has been part of our Latin culture for generations and we want these new delicious and flavorful recipes by Chef Lorena Garcia to inspire creativity and offer new and healthy ideas for easy ways to prepare our favorite pork dishes," said Jose de Jesus, director of multicultural marketing for the Des Moines, Iowa-based National Pork Board.
The series includes pork tenderloin, which is one of seven cuts that have been classified as "lean" by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Consumer Giveaway: Cook Like Chef Lorena Garcia
To help cook flavor-filled pork meals, the National Pork Board will encourage consumers to visit PorkTeInspira.com/promociones and register for a chance to receive six-piece Chef Lorena Garcia Technolon+Ceramic nonstick cookware sets every week during the months of October and November.
Check out Chef Garcia's pork-inspired recipes with a Latin touch at PorkTeInspira.com/Lorena-Garcia.