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Richmond, Newport News and Fredericksburg, Virginia Costco locations all now carry Palmetto Cheese. Please visit http://www.palmettocheese.com/locations.php for exact location info.
Diced tomatoes, ricotta cheese, Palmetto Pimento Cheese, bacon, garlic and basil all baked together in a pie crust. For more info about Palmetto Cheese please visit http://www.palmettocheese.com
Can you recycle the plastic container and lid?
Our containers are made of Polypropylene (#5) plastic and our lids are made of Low Density Polyethylene (#4) plastic. These types of plastic are able to be recycled, providing the resources and facilities are present in your community. Many communities offer curb side pickup or have “drop off” locations that will accept a wide variety of plastics, including #4 and #5.
As an additional resource, the link below directs you to a website which allows you to input your zip code and the type of material you have (in the case of Palmetto Cheese, Polypropylene #5 and Low Density Polyethylene #4) to see if your community accepts these materials and where you take them if required.
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If you see Kathy Williams at your grocery store make sure you grab some Palmetto Cheese quickly! View the video below and you’ll see why.
Take a look back on the year we’ve had at Palmetto Cheese. For more info, please visit http://www.palmettocheese.com or visit us on Facebook
2 lb. Pork loin
1/2 lb. Bacon
6 ounces Palmetto Cheese, Original or Jalapeno
2 pears, diced small
1/2 cup Breadcrumbs
Granulated garlic, salt and pepper
With a long knife cut a two inch slit in the center of the pork loin. If you knife isn’t long enough flip the pork around and cut a slit on the other side so both slits meet. This will be the pocket that you will place your stuffing. Season the pork with salt, pepper and garlic. In a hot saute pan with 2 Tablespoons of oil, sear all sides of the pork until browned. Remove from heat and set aside.
In a mixing bowl, add diced pears, Palmetto Cheese and breadcrumbs. Mix thoroughly. The breadcrumbs are used to bind the mixture together and keeps the cheese from coming out of the loin when roasted.
On a counter or cutting board, lay out bacon slices side by side until it is the width of the pork. With a small spoon or using your hands, place stuffing into the slits you created in the center of the pork. All stuffing should fit inside of your pork.
Lay the stuffed loin on bottom edge of the bacon. Wrap the bacon around the pork loin and place the seam side face down onto a roasting pan. This will prevent the bacon from unwrapping itself.
Place in a 375 degree oven for approximately 1 hour. Pull from oven and let rest for at least five minutes before slicing. For easy slicing, use a bread knife or large serrated knife.
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