In case you haven’t noticed, prices for pork are ridiculously low in north America (Canada and US). You can buy a pork tenderloin, that serves 3-4 people, for $3-5. Serious. That is not even $2 per person!!!!!! Compare that to a good $5 + for a decent steak, and if you’re going beef tenderloin, which is the equivalent of pork loin, then its easily going to cost about $7-8 per serving.
So what does that mean? Time to start eating a heck of a lot more pork. How about chicken breast? A skinless, boneless chicken breast (also the equivalent of a pork loin, sort of) costs around $4-6 per serving. So just based on costs, pork loin is a fantastic option. I love pork, so am extremely happy that by eating more pork, I am also saving more money.
Anyway, if you are wondering what to do with your pork, check out our pork loin recipes or if you prefer pork tenderloin, check out our pork tenderloin recipes. We only put our favorite recipes on the site, so they are all tested many times. Also, let us know what you think about each recipe!