National Pork Month Giveaway: Win $50 for Costco Just in Time for the Holidays

This giveaway is closed. Congratulations to Beth S. who commented, “Love the fresh ingredients they use, such as ginger root! Hope I win!”

Now that there’s a crispness to the air here in Nashville I am already starting to think about the holidays! Key word: think. I’m notorious for waiting until the last minute to do any actual shopping. Ahem.

Speaking of my house, though, there are two short and loud people and one husband here at dinner time every night and darn it if they don’t actually expect a nice hot meal nightly! I like to mix up dinner a bit and try recipes that are more fitting for fall this time of year and I’ve dusted off my slow cooker (aka a busy mom’s BFF kitchen appliance.) One of my favorite things to make in the fall is a pork tenderloin. It’s a cut of pork that my entire family likes. Hoorah!

October is National Pork Month and Costco is offering discounts on top pork cuts from chops and roasts to pork tenderloin and boneless loins. Costco members can take advantage of weekly savings ranging from $2.00-$2.50.

This week’s featured cut of pork on sale is Sirloin Tip Roast and now through October 14 it’s priced at $2.00 off at your neighborhood Costco store. I don’t know about you but I love ANY excuse to go to Costco! Available only at Costco, the sirloin tip roast is a flavorful, marbled cut perfect for the slow cooker and great for entertaining. It easily feeds a big crowd on a small budget.

Looking for great recipes for the holidays? I worked with the National Pork Board early this year on a series of recipes featuring pork and learned just how versatile it is, making it perfect for holiday meal planning. I like to try new recipes but I don’t have a lot of time for kitchen prep. Pork can be dressed up with ease making you look like a rock star in the kitchen.

Just an fyi on the cooking front, the USDA has reduced the temperature guideline for pork loins, chops and roasts from 160 to 145 degrees F, with a three minute rest. This will yield a juicy, flavorful product that may be pinker in color than most home cooks are used to. Ground pork, like all ground meat, should still be cooked to an internal temp of 160 degrees.

Want to win $50 in Costco cash so you can buy ingredients to make your own holiday dinner featuring pork as the main course? Simply watch this video below and leave a comment telling me what your favorite part is…



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I’ll select a winner from all eligible comments using; giveaway closes at midnight CST Friday, October 19. Giveaway is open to U.S. residents, ages 18 and up.

Want another chance at winning $50 to spend at Costco for your holiday shopping? Be sure to visit these other fabulous bloggers who are hosting Costco giveaways to help spread the word about the versatility (and deliciousness) of pork this holiday season!

Laurie, Double Bugs
Lindsay, Lindsay Blogs
Melissa, Girlymama
Michele,  Scraps of My Geek Life
Tammy, Tammy’s Two Cents

Disclosure: I’m being compensated for this blog post, which is being coordinated by The Motherhood. As always, all opinions expressed in this post are mine.


  1. Kelly D says:

    I like when she said the pork cut was the only cut that has the American Heart Assocation’s Seal of Approval.

  2. Jamie@SouthMainMuse says:

    I’m glad to learn that the pork tip roast is a lean cut. I love a good barbecued pork butt — but can’t eat that every night. And putting it on the orange and onion to roast sounds really yummy.

  3. Richard Morris says:

    i like how they show you what it’s supposed to look like when it’s done so u know what you’re working towards

  4. Amber says:

    I love how organized her kitchen is – I’m jealous! And I think I’ll try making spring rolls now 🙂

  5. CherylS22 says:

    The Sweet Plum Dipping Sauce sounds really good ~ that was my favorite part.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  6. Natalie S says:

    I love how easy it is to put together and does not require a lot of ingredients! nlevdan3 at yahoo dot com

  7. Kimberly B. says:

    I liked where they made the Sweet Plum Dipping Sauce. I liked how simple it was to make with just a few ingredients.

  8. Sheila K. says:

    I like how they have the ingredients all laid out—that is definitely something I should do BEFORE I start to cook!

  9. Wild Orchid says:

    I love that the meat has the AHA’s seal of approval.
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

  10. Wild Orchid says:

    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

  11. Sherry Smothermon-Short says:

    I would have never thought to use citrus to cook port! Sounds yummy & I can’t wait to try it.

  12. Tamar says:

    The roast looks great but I love that the ingredients are onscreen so I can pause it and write them down!

  13. Khanh says:

    I like that the sirloin tip roast is a special cut only carried by Costco, and that it’s a healthy cut. Go Costco!!!

  14. Ellie W says:

    I liked learning how to make spring rolls. Yum!
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    eswright18 at gmail dot com

  15. Jennifer Speed says:

    favorite part is the fact that they are incorporating a lot of ingredients without it being so expensive.

  16. Michele Baron says:

    I enjoyed watching the actual rolling of the rice paper…hope it’s that easy in my lil kitchen 🙂

  17. Lethea B says:

    I love that the video shows you how to use the rice paper & actually assemble the spring rolls=)

  18. Marianna says:

    I love how the ingredients are unique, different, colorful healthy and tasty without being too difficult or exotic to do!

  19. Leslie J says:

    I never knew how to assemble spring rolls or work with rice paper, so this was quite interesting!

  20. Nicole N says:

    I love how they cooked it in orange juice, I never thought pork and orange juice would go well together.

  21. Gaines Simmons says:

    Hello, how are you? Thank you for this opportunity. I like the ‘Vietnamese Spring Rolls.’

  22. Jennifer Peaslee says:

    I like how they make it look simple, like even I could do it! The roast looked so good at the end!

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