In Case You Missed It- Our In The Field Video With Roy Lee Lindsey of the Oklahoma Pork CouncilMon, 08 Sep 2014 15:31:46 CDT
This past Saturday, Oklahoma Farm Report Farm Director Ron Hays welcomed Roy Lee Lindsey, Executive Director of the Oklahoma Pork Council to his In the Field segment as seen on KWTV News9 in Oklahoma City. They talked about serving up pork at the upcoming State Fair of Oklahoma and Tulsa State Fair. Lindsey said its time to get the pork chop shop all polished up and ready to go.
"We've been out working the last couple days trying to get the cook shack built and the smokers in place and make sure everything is right.," Lindsey said.
For those of you that are outside of the KWTV signal area or you simply missed their conversation- you can click on the play button in the video box below.
The Oklahoma Pork Council will begin serving up pork dishes on opening day of the Oklahoma State Fair on Thursday, September 11 in Oklahoma City, then they head to Tulsa near the end of the month for the Tulsa State Fair. Lindsey said offering pork at these events is a long standing tradition that fair goers have come to expect.
"I can't tell you how many people say I always come and get a pork chop sandwich at the state fair and we're really happy to continue to put that product out there for them," Lindsey said.
When looking at all the fair food options, Lindsey said this is also one of the healthiest options visitors will find. He said a pork chop sandwich because it is two lean pieces of pork loin and bun. They also offer fresh ground pork burgers and a pulled pork sandwiches as well.
This is a limited time offer. The Oklahoma Pork Council cooks up pork for the public at three events annually - the Oklahoma State Fair, Tulsa State Fair and the Oklahoma Youth Expo in March.
Ron and Roy also had a more extensive audio conversation- CLICK on the LISTEN BAR below the video box to hear that more in depth conversation.
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