Delicious and affordable recipes for busy people.
When calories count - pork wins! See what 24 grams of pork looks like alongside other foods.
All Retailed Canadian Pork is Antibiotic-free
Canadian hog farmers are committed to following the highest quality standards. The responsible use of antibiotics by farmers means you're able to purchase pork products with confidence, knowing that they are safe and nutritious.
Creative Charcuterie: Home entertaining with Manitoba Pork
Charcuterie is the craft of salting, smoking, curing and drying meat products, primarily those made from pork. Building your charcuterie board lets you show off your creative side without much fuss.
Perfect Canadian Pork Roasts: Your guide to roasting the world's favourite pork
There is nothing like the smell of a juicy pork roast cooking in the oven! Don't forget to plan other meals with the leftovers – shaved leftover pork on a bun, strips for wraps, pitas or salads, diced pork for casseroles.
Thrill of the Grill: Your guide to grilling the world's favourite pork
During grilling season, nothing beats thick, juicy pork chops and steaks, or other delicious pork cuts, sizzling on the barbecue.
Delicious Slow-Cooked Canadian Pork: Your guide to braising, pot roasting and stewing the world's favourite pork
When the cold weather sets in, it’s time to get cozy with delicious comfort food – full-flavour fare that uses seasonal vegetables and budget friendly cuts of meat.
Pork: A Natural Source of Protein
Pork has all the essential amino acids or 'building blocks' needed for optimal health in every bite.
King and Queen of the Q
A guide to grilling the world's favourite pork.Click here to read more.
Stirring the Pot
Slow cooker recipes for all seasons with the world’s favourite pork.Click here to read more.
Flash in the Pan
Tasty skillet recipes using the world’s favourite pork.Click here to read more.
In honour of Manitoba 150, here are 16 recipes for a globally inspired celebration starring the world's favourite pork.
With families spending more time together in the kitchen, it's important to practice healthy routines. Use foundational foods to cook with more often and share meals together – that's a great start to eating well!.Click here to read more.