Farmland Pork Master’s Prime Collection Giveaway

I received compensation in the form of products from Farmland Foods for this post. All opinions, however, are 100% my own.

“Would you like to try our products?” they asked. Would I! “And would you like to give the same package to one of your readers?” Well, I wasted no time saying yes to that offer!

What offer, you ask? A gorgeous package perfect for grilling season. This is the Pork Master’s Prime Collection package from Farmland Foods and it’s billed as “pork cuts specially chosen for the meat lover.” It includes 8 pork wings, 4 jalapeno cheddar brats, 2 extra thick cut pork chops, and a package of steak seasoned thick cut bacon. If you’re a pork lover, you’ll want to enter for your chance to win this package. And, if you respond really quickly, we just might be able to get it to you in time for Father’s Day!

Prime Collection ContentsThis past weekend BeeBop and I tried out the pork wings and the bacon from our package. Now, I’m not exactly sure what a “pork wing” is, but the best I can tell it’s the end of a very meaty pork rib. They were fully cooked so all I had to do was pop them in the oven while I made up Farmland’s recommended Raspberry Stout BBQ sauce to go along with them. They were excellent! The next morning, we enjoyed the steak seasoned bacon with breakfast and were equally impressed with the results. We haven’t gotten around to the pork chops and brats yet, but judging by what we’ve tried already, those will be treats as well.

In case you’re wondering, Farmland is a subsidiary of Smithfield. I already trusted Smithfield to provide great pork products so saying yes to reviewing this package was easy.

Now for the giveaway. There’s a really short time frame on this one, so don’t hesitate. Enter right now. Farmland Foods is offering one Pork Master’s Prime Collection package as described above to one Never Enough Thyme reader. The contest is open to residents of the U.S. only. Contest ends on Wednesday, June 11 at 8:00 a.m. EDT. Notice, that’s 8 o’clock in the morning, y’all. The winner will be selected and will have 24 hours to respond with shipping information. If there is no response after 24 hours, an alternate winner will be selected.

To enter the giveaway, simply leave a comment below telling me about your favorite thing to put on the grill! Good luck!

Random Number Generator The giveaway is closed and the winner was commenter #91. Congratulations, Shirley!

 

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Comments

  1. Katherine says

    I love to grill big thick pork chops! They taste so delicious off the grill.
    The thicker the juicier.

  2. says

    I love just about everything on the grill. Pork chops take on a delicious flavor from cooking on the grill if there is a little fat on them and it gets really grilled.

    I’d love the chance to check out those pork wings. Interesting.

    Linda @ Tumbleweed Contessa

  3. lillian mittner says

    I have been using Farmland products for over 5 year A representative called me and asked me to talk to Giant Eagle in my area to get them to handle there products I did and now they do. I just made cabbage and piergoes with Farmland bacon The small cubes of ham are nice to put in freezer and taken out what you need for a omelet.

  4. says

    I love marinating chops or chicken breast, or thighs in Ken’s Greek Dressing. Leave them in marinade for 24-48 hrs. then grill. The meat practically melts in your mouth. Also if you have any leftovers, they are a great addition to your favorite salad!!! Try it!!!

  5. Randee Smith says

    My favorite thing on the grill is ribs, but I’m curious about those pork wings. Sounds interesting.

  6. tom domenz says

    My choices are RIBS and shoulder on the smoker, STEAKS on the grill.
    Recently discovered sirloin tip prime cuts at Costco. These are as flavorful as any steaks I have had, quick to freeze, they are free of any excess fat and they are quick to grill(5-7 min). These are the most all around efficient steaks.

  7. Carol Faulkner says

    On the grill?? Pork of any kind, at any time but if I must choose…..sliced fresh shoulder is the best.

  8. Nancy says

    Pork loin or pork ribs that have been soaked overnight in a black peppercorn marinade…..awesome!

  9. Barbara Tucker says

    We love to put a picnic ham, glazed with a
    Mustard/maple syrup melange, on our Primo
    Smoker grill. Oh, the spicy-sweet crust on the
    Juicy ham is heavenly!!

  10. Jimmie Glass says

    I love to eat pork tenderloin from the grill. However, I love to eat pork of any kind!

  11. Keitha says

    My favorite thing to grill is bratwurst. My second would be a toss-up between ribs and chicken. I’ve never heard of pork ribs, but they sound interesting!

  12. Sylvia Nightingale says

    My very favorite thing to BBQ is mu secret marinated BBQ chicken recipe; but another favorite is a pork shoulder roast brined in a sugar/whiskey soak for three days. Heavenly!

  13. Robert Kelly says

    I like to brine nice thick pork chops and sear them on my infrared gas grill, smothering them with barbeque sauce when finished.

  14. Luana says

    I love Farmland products, I did not know they were part of Smithfields. Ribs and porkchops on the grill, the best part of summer!

  15. Celeste says

    We just grilled some delicious pork tenderloin that had been marinated -recipe is in Frank Stitt’s book, Southern Table.

  16. Kim Collins says

    My absolute fav is BREAKFAST! Pork sausage, bacon, eggs, halved peaches. YUMMMMMY In my TUMMMMY

  17. says

    I love sausages with a kick, cooked on the grill.Then placed on a grilled toasted bun with spicey Kansas City style barbecue sauce.

  18. Judy says

    We love just about anything on the grill, but chicken breasts are a big favorite of ours, nice and juicy…..

  19. says

    I don’t do the grilling, my son does it. He gets a 10# trimmed pork loin roast from Sam’s Club, covers it with a rub (he makes his own rub), wraps it with plastic wrap and refrigerates it for about an hour and a half. Then he grills it to perfection. The first time he made it since I’m here I wasn’t very anxious to try it. I was afraid it would be dry and tough. Boy, was I wrong; this roast is amazing. It is so moist and tender I couldn’t believe it.

  20. KURT says

    MEATLOAF PATTYS MADE WITH , PORK AND BEEF ALONG WITH ALL THE OTHER GOODIES ON A WELL BUTTERED GRILLED BUN !!!

  21. Joanne Holland says

    Pork chops would be my favorite, enjoy your blog daily. Proud of you and what you are doing.

  22. Jill Miley says

    I absolutely love to grill jumbo shrimp stuffed with crab meat and wrapped in bacon and of course some baby back ribs!

  23. says

    The favorite in our house is steak, but we will eat just about anything that comes off the grill, including pork roll!

  24. says

    I love to put country style ribs and a boston butt on the grill, especially this time of the year. These two are family favorites and you can feed a crowd!! And of course Smithfield meats are the BEST!

  25. Rick Patrick says

    Love bone-in rib chops grilled to 140 and kissed with sweet/spicy thai glaze

  26. says

    I love to season Pork Chops 1/2 in thick with my own rub. Let them sit overnight in the frig. Put them on a Hot Grill for about five minutes on each side. Then take them off and rap in Aluminum foil and let them cook until they are tender and juicy. There’s nothing better than good pork chops.

  27. Leslie Kiley says

    Ribs are the best cooking along side Brats and corn!!! We cook enough to feed our army of family and friends for several days!

  28. George Ely says

    MY absolutely favorite thin is a standing rib roast. Done to 180 with a thermometer Ismack a bit of salt and pepper on it and rock n’ roll!

  29. gloria patterson says

    I DON’T have a grill live in apartment…………………. BUT I do have my Lodge reversible griddle/grill, the best thing in the world to cook on. Nothing like thick cut bacon on the flat side or some grilled pork chops. Throw a few veggies on the grill and you have a feast!

    I have to admit I am very interested in the “wings”!

  30. Dorothy Bishop says

    I like grilled pork ribs. Farmland is my favorite bacon wont buy any other. Snd they are local.

  31. says

    Here in the South we love to grill anything Pork mostly ribs fresh pork country ribs – sausages-pork chops -italian sausages-pork steaks-baby back ribs-and we baste them with thick sweet honey barbaque sauce

  32. Becky says

    My favorite on the grill is chicken with a vinegar based BBQ sauce that I make. I use it in NC even though it has been called Tenessee BBQ sauce. It makes my mouth water right now. I have used it too on pork ribs and it is second only to the chicken!

  33. says

    We love anything that is cooked on the grill but I would guess that are more often grilled treats are brats or skin on wieners with steaks or pork chops being grilled for special occasions.

  34. Jean Long says

    I love bacon and I really like a thick cut of ham thatsbeen grilled just enough to add grilled flavor to it.

  35. says

    Our favorite is meatloaf on the grill. Would love to try the thick pork chops. We love anything pork. Thanks for doing this

  36. Nancy Sacco says

    Thick brined pork chops, stuffed with havarti and honey maple ham, just the best ever!

  37. says

    My favorite thing to put on the grill? That’s a tough one – we LOVE to grill our meat, many veggies and even some fruits. Hmmm … would I be disqualified if I say my favorite thing on the grill are Hatch green chilies? MMMMmmmmm ….. (Of course, after they’re roasted & peeled those green chilies would be fantastic laid across some pork chops on the grill!)

  38. basketpam says

    Since this is an article and a giveaway about pork I’ll talk about MY favorite pork item on the grill. When it comes to pork there is no doubt what my favorite item would be, of course it has to be Baby Back Ribs. I just LOVE ribs and prefer at least part of their preparation to be on the grill. Now I have a brother, both of us all grown up of course and that boy (I still call him a boy since he’s my “baby” brother), just goes BONKERS for pork chops on the grill. Personally I never really think about pork chops and a grill together but they’re not too darn bad. Let’s face it, just about ANYTHING taste better when it’s had at least part of it’s prep on a grill.

  39. Pamela says

    WHAT in the heck are pork wings? I’m usually pretty much up to date when it comes to the latest food trend but “pork wings” are a new one on me. What are they?

  40. Karo says

    After soaking some large skewers I wrap big ole shrimp in bacon. and then thread onto skewers. I usually precook the bacon a bit so the shrimp can be done around the same time as the bacon. Glaze with fav sauce..I like a brandy bbq one by Williams Sonoma. Think this bacon/shrimp recipe came out in the 70s and it is still great to this day.

  41. Mary K. says

    Anything from the pig is good eatin’ as they say here in TN. So my favorite is kebobs with pork and veggies and pineapple.

  42. Theresa Materazzi says

    I am not a huge fan of hot dogs, but flavored brats are great on the grill. Ribs too!

  43. Jenni says

    I would put just about anything on the grill. Except for my kids. Definitely not my kids.

  44. Aimee says

    Ribs for me & hot dogs for the kids! Thank you for this opportunity to try to win this pork package!

  45. kim says

    Favorite meat to grill would have to be baby back ribs!! Delicious! And bratwurst comes in a close second!! Man, I’m hungry! lol

  46. Deborah Desormeaux says

    I married a Cajun from Louisiana, so it’s definitely grilling shrimp wrapped in bacon!

  47. Shirley Alday says

    Country-style ribs are my favorite. But, brats are sinfully good!

    Shirley

  48. says

    Do you remember when Flo said “When Pigs Fly”? Well that’s where pork wings come from–flying pigs!!! I still like to do marinated pork tenderloins cause they don’t get dry if you don’t know what you’re doing. I will try grilling just about anything ONCE.

  49. GARY GRAY says

    I love grilling everything in this package along with burgers and of course, the ribs..Now that I have the grilling mat, that bacon with eggs are very possible..

  50. Cindy Suminski says

    I don’t think you can beat a good rib! Yum! But that sausage looks tasty! Haha! I was thinking the same thing as Dinah, Lana! Flying pig wings! Thank you for posting this!

  51. says

    We love to grill pork, any pork. This would be a great gift for Father’s Day since we are planning on grilling. Thanks for the heads up on this give away.

  52. Debbie Culbreth says

    It’s a tie between pork ribs and steak! I don’t know which I like best!

  53. Gail says

    My favorite foods to grill are steak and corn-on-the-cobb. Along with a tall glass of lemonade, that’s my idea of a great cook-out.
    Have a Wonderful Summer!

  54. Connie Cartwright says

    Thick cut pork loin roast cut into chops, on the grill with my boyfriends out of this world homemade BBQ sauce. Delicious….

  55. Amanda says

    Steak, ribs, salmon–they are all delicious on the grill. My very favorite, though, is my mom’s barbecued chicken–she cooks it in a vinegar based sauce before grilling, and it is the best!

  56. Janet Golaszewski says

    We love to grill romaine lettuce and serve with a ranch dressing, red onion, cherry tomatoes and bacon bits! Yum!!!!!

  57. may says

    My favorite thing to put on the grill is corn of the cob. Iput it on as is, turn it frequently until it is chared pretty much all over

  58. Jennifer Green says

    I love grilling butterfly pork chops. Sometimes I also grill bacon on the pork chops. Yummy

  59. Christine J says

    We just got a smoker and did pork ribs, yummy! For the grill I love veggies. Zucchini and asparagus are amazing!

  60. Bettylee says

    I love pork ribs, any, they are so awesome. But steak belongs to be grilled for the best steak!! I have used Farmland products, they are great. And I’ve had a whole lot of fun reading all my predecessors, esp their suggestions. Thanks

  61. Linda says

    I really enjoy grilling pork steak. And then with aluminum side packets of corn on the cob and cubed red potatoes in seasonings and a tossed green salad on the side. So easy and very tasty. The only way to cook during the hot summertime!

  62. Dolly V. says

    I love to grill pork tenderloins. They don’t take long to grill, you can use any marinade you want, and, you don’t have to pay an arm and a leg to serve many guests! We love pork!

  63. vicki t says

    Love to do pork chops and anything cooked in a tin foil pouch…yum Really love huge onions stuffed with bacon and cheese. Also baked potatoes sliced almost thru( sideways) with bacon , butter and cheese in between. Sounds like I am addicted to bacon and cheese!!!! So be it…lol Never tasted anything bad on the grill. Use your imagination!!!

  64. kathie says

    I like to use the rotisserie on my grill to make a pork roast, I use a special rub and have a drip pan underneath and when roast has about a half hour more to go I add green beans with sliced onions and garlic to the drip pan, stir and warm them up, mmmmm, delish!!!!

  65. Chuck says

    I marinate slightly mallet-ed chicken breasts in teriyaki and pineapple juice. I make more than enough for one meal with the rest added to the top of a nice salad the next day.

  66. Donna says

    I really want to learn to do better at grilling – always overcook. Want to try ribs! Maybe start with pork chops though.

  67. Amy L says

    We love to do ribs, pork steaks, and sausages on the grill! In fact, we’re doing pork steaks tonight!

  68. JANIS NEILL says

    PORK IS THE BEST ON THE GRILL AND EVERYTHING ELSE WHATS FOR DINNER GREAT,PORK!

  69. Kathy says

    The last thing I grilled was a little over a week ago and it was brats wrapped with bacon. I used toothpicks to hold the bacon in place. They were wonderful.

  70. Jimmie Glass says

    Pork Chops are another favorite slow cooked on the grill. Pork is my favorite meat!

  71. Marta says

    Korean bbq (with foil protection) is nice on the grill. Mostly chicken thighs (boneless) is grilled. Hamburger hotdogs (burger patty shaped like a hotdog) seems nice.