Peaches are a sweet and delicious fruit, loaded with vitamins A, C, D, E, K, B 6, Niacin, B12, and a whole host of trace minerals necessary to healthy body function. Part of the rose family, and originally from China, they are low fat and full of "good" carbs. Even though China produces most of the world's peaches, Georgia makes claim to the title "Peach State," and they are often associated with the southern United States.
Pepsi is a cola soft drink introduced in 1893 as "Brad's Drink" and reincarnated as Pepsi-Cola in 1898. Today it is one of the world's top-selling colas, made and marketed by PepsiCo.
Pork is one of the most-eaten meats in the world. It comes from the pig, which is one of the world's oldest forms of livestock having been domesticated as long ago as 5000 B.C. Bacon, pork chops, butt roasts, ham, and sausages are common forms of pork. It's often associated with apples (yum!)
So what do the 3 P's have in common?
Check here tomorrow to find a recipe that combines them all for National Eat a Peach Day!
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