Heritage Foods has come up with an easy, high-quality item for dinner: breaded pork cutlets (scaloppine), ready to sizzle in a pan and serve. (They come frozen but defrost in no time.) The results are tasty, quite tender and could be finished with a tangle of arugula salad, used Parm-style or topped with sautéed peppers and onions. The meat is cut from heritage pork porterhouse steaks, something you’re not likely to find in your neighborhood supermarket or even most butchers, and prepared by Pepe Giocoli, who owns Parma Sausage in Paterson, N.J.
Breaded pork cutlets, $45 for four (about two pounds), heritagefoods.com.