Heritage pig breeds spend their days pasturing in a woodland environment. They have more marbling and flavor than their modern counterparts, which are bred for leanness. Here, roasted pork tenderloin is served with a warm salad of farm-grown vegetables, Israeli couscous, and homemade harissa paste.
Sweet potatoes' orange glow gives away their beta-carotene content. By serving this dip with whole-wheat pita and raw vegetables such as red peppers and broccoli, you also get selenium, vitamin C, and sulforaphane.