Football season has officially arrived.

Oh – you already noticed, huh? Me too.

I actually have not attended a game yet – Chris took Ali on a date to the first one, and the second was an away game.  But my time will come – yes, my time will come.

We have, on the other hand, started watching the sport in plenteous quantities.  And, if you ask my husband, it’s not really watching football unless there’s pork involved.  Which takes a LOT of time at the grill for Chris.

So when Pig of the Month contacted me and wanted us to try their BBQ (and give some away to you), I could nearly feel the hours my husband’s of prep and grilling time fall back into my lap.


Pig of the Month is a family owned business that treats Bar B Que with the same regard and passion that I treat Greek Food: they try it in every city they visit.  After scouring the country for the best, they opened up their own business, right  from their kitchen! They’ve brought together the best tastes of the country, and are now shipping them to BBQ lovers everywhere!

They have awesome gift options, including, you guessed it – a Pig of the Month Package.

(Think Christmas Vacation Jelly of the Month Club – except a gift that would actually thrill the male race!!)

But besides their monthly packages, they have many other special and customizable packages of ribs, pulled pork, sauces, sides – you name it!

Their package arrived at my doorstep, and I excitedly opened it, knowing that a gift of this magnitude was going to make me Wife of the Year when Chris got home.

I appreciated their thoroughness: including the Moist Towelettes was a nice touch.


But besides the cleanup accessories, they included everything we needed for a football feast: Pulled Pork, a rack of ribs, and extra sauce.

All that Chris and I had to do was warm it  up – a glorious change, if you ask me!!

The pulled pork was my favorite – it was tender, extremely juicy, and had a wonderful sweet taste to it.  The ribs were awesome also – smoky, spicy, and tender.  I didn’t need the extra sauce, but Chris tried it and loved it – he said it was thin, sweet, and spicy.  It reminded him of a long-ago discontinued BBQ sauce of his youth, and he informed me that we’d be ordering more soon.

Would you like some pork delivered to your doorstep?

If so, Pig of the Month has offered to send one of you their tailgating special!

This package includes everything you’ll need for a fabulous feast:

  • FOUR racks of Texas Style Ribs,
  • A big Bottle of BBQ sauce,
  • and TWO pounds of pulled pork.
  • And, of course, Moist Towelettes.

If you would like to win this awesome Package of Pig, simply comment on this post and tell me what your favorite football (or football-aversion) tradition is!

If you’d like extra entries, you can get up to four of them by:

  • Liking Pig of the Month on Facebook.
  • Following Pig of the Month on Twitter.
  • Tweet, blog, OR Facebook about this giveaway.
  • Follow me on Twitter OR Facebook

(be sure to leave separate comments for your extra entries.)

This giveaway is open until Monday, September 26th. The winner will be randomly selected and posted on my giveaway winners page on Tuesday, September 27th.

Good luck!!

322 thoughts on “Pig of the Month – Giveaway!

  1. We’re not big football watchers but the half-time shows (marching band) are amazing!! :)
    Thanks for the giveaway!! :D

  2. i like the family time every saturday morning to watch UT play. its about the only time the whole family is in the living room together.

    selenajowest at live dot com

  3. I’m a big Cowboys’ fan and we always have burgers and spicy cheese dip on game days.
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    eswright18 at gmail dot com

  4. We LOVE college football! It is a tradition in our family to always wear orange and blue on Saturday and never eat dessert until halftime. (Otherwise, it may be your fault that we lost!)

  5. We have a big cookout every few weeks and have a bunch of people over to watch the games. sometimes we watch it in the house and other times we (and by we I mean the men) drag the tv out onto the deck in the yard lol.

    Thanks for the giveaway!!

  6. My favorite football tradition is the Monday night football game between the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers. Every year all the guys from my work (and we invite the females too!) get together at one of our houses and have a bunch of food and fun while watching the game. The next morning isn’t the greatest though at work :P

  7. My favorite football tradition is little smokies pigs-in-a-blanket and a huge pot of chili with family and friends watching the game.

  8. I like yelling at the refs and telling them they are blind and need glasses among other things. (I know, right? but I really LOVE getting rowdy and rambunctious.)

    To eat – there’s nothing like game food- chili, wings, nachos, bbq, etc etc etc.

  9. Since I do not watch football, my favorite aversion is the tendency of games to run overlong and adversely impact other shows on TV.

  10. We always have a large crock pot full of chili ready along with assorted soft drinks…and beer for those who wish to partake. :-) Thank you.

  11. I LOVE football. It brings the family together, we always have good food, and I love that feeling you get when your team wins.

  12. We’re not lucky enough to have an NFL team nearby, but tailgating with our alma mater is loads of fun! It’s become a work tradition in my office with the two local rivals game!

  13. We really enjoy watching high school football at our daughter’s school! It’s fun to sit each week with friends and have a great time watching great football!

  14. Our favorite football tradition is getting Pizza every Sunday during the Bears game! We get pizza because we all like it and it’s so easy, but warming this up sounds delicious! Thanks for the giveaway!

  15. One of our traditions is to make easy to make snack type foods during football games so we don’t miss a minute of the action. The ribs and pulled pork sound perfect because all you have to do is heat and serve!

  16. I’m not big on football, but we always go to the Superbowl party every year, whoever hosts it. It’s a great event even for non-fans!

  17. Football is a big deal in my house with lots of snacks and fun. My sons b day is coming up in a couple of weeks and he would just love this. thanks for the chance

  18. We do not get to watch games all the way through like we use to now that we have small children but I do try to have the game on in the background and fix some fun foods every Sunday during football season. reejen at comcast dot net

  19. My favorite football tradition is Super Bowl party which always includes my “Make you cry” Hot wings. Superbowl sunday is really close to my birthday most years and quite a few on it so double fun.

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