It doesn't take long to make the filling, but if you'd like to do so in advance, mix the ingredients and stuff the peppers one day ahead. The dish can be made with or without a slow cooker; oven instructions follow.
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.
Chickpeas and feta take care of the protein requirement, olive oil brings good fats, and whole-wheat couscous and broccoli make up the healthy carbohydrates.
Night before: Combine all the ingredients and refrigerate this salad in an airtight container.