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Pork Chops with Capers and Cream

Posted by Jack McCann | Tags: pork, chops, recipes, chicken

Here is an amazingly simple and tasty recipe for your pork chops or loin roasts. We took these chops off at around 135 degrees.



Round steak stew/sauce with carrot, tomato and soy sauce

Posted by Jack McCann | Tags: recipes, beef, stew, steak

This dish is a cross between a stew and beef with sauce. Consider adding potatoes or fried bread as a side. Don’t waste your time measuring anything with this one. I made up the amounts after the fact anyhow!



Pork shoulder with mustard-mushroom gravy

Posted by Jack McCann | Tags: recipes, pork, pork shoulder, roast

A great way to serve up a pork shoulder. Tender, juicy and SO MUCH FLAVOR! We made some mashed parsnips and potatoes as a side. Enjoy!



Pork Roast with Apples and Onions

Posted by Jack McCann | Tags: recipes, pork, pork shoulder, pork roast

A fantastic meal… Wow is this good! It is delicious with parsnips or with wild rice.



Brisket - Sous Vide and Smoked

Posted by Jack McCann | Tags: recipes, beef, brisket, sous vide, smoker

This is by far the best way to cook grass fed brisket. Without a sous vide, you could never get the amazing texture and while the smoking is optional, it is highly recommended.



Simple Chicken Soup

Posted by Jack McCann | Tags: recipes, chicken, shredded chicken, whole chicken, drumsticks, wings, thigh, soup

Betsy whipped this soup up tonight while we were making a different dinner. It is great to be able to make meals ahead of time that are quick and easy to pull out of the fridge or freezer!



Buttery Liquid Gold - Stock

Posted by Jack McCann | Tags: recipes, soup, bones

If you've never made broth from our stockbones, you really haven't lived. It is one of the things that really differentiates our products from the factory stuff in the store -- or even most stockbones at a farmer's market. Rich, buttery, healthy and soul filling... give it a shot!



Korean Beef Bowl

Posted by Jack McCann | Tags: recipes, beef, ground beef

This recipe was submitted by one of our members, AngieD. What a great way to add a little kick to your ground beef!



Beef Cornbread Cobbler

Posted by Jack McCann | Tags: recipes, beef, ground beef

This easy and relatively quick dinner is a great way to enjoy some of our ground beef and eggs.



Round Steak with Mustard and Cream

Posted by Jack McCann | Tags: recipes, beef, steak

Round steak with mustard and cream. Steaks aren't just for grilling outdoors. They are great cooked indoors on a skillet too. Try this recipe out for a delicious steak with some added zing.



Herb Marinated Grilled Pork Chops

Posted by Jack McCann | Tags: recipes, pork, chops

This simple marinade is great with our pork chops; just remember to plan ahead to give the meat time to soak in the flavor!



Lemon Butter Chicken

Posted by Jack McCann | Tags: video, recipes, sous vide, chicken, thigh, drumsticks

Here is the recipe for our famous Lemon-Butter chicken. This is a great meal to make a few batches up ahead of time and pull out for a quick and easy home cooked meal. This is the same chicken you'll find in our almost* ready to eat Sous Chef packages.



Garlic Mashed Potato

Posted by Jack McCann | Tags: video, sides, recipes

Making mashed potatoes seems simple and it is... but a few tips and tricks will turn those potatoes into a masterpiece of texture and taste-bud pleasure!



Grandma's Chicken Quinoa Salad

Posted by Jack McCann | Tags: recipes, chicken, shredded chicken, thigh, drumsticks, wings

The perfect dish for entertaining guests. Or to use up any type of chicken you have in your freezer. Despite the long instructions (which includes random tidbits), this dish is reasonably quick and serves a lot of people for very little cost. (We fed 25 people with a double batch!) Plus it tastes super good and is easy to make!



Chicken Confit

Posted by Jack McCann | Tags: recipes, chicken, drumsticks, sous vide, thigh

Confit is an increasingly popular but traditional French way of curing, cooking and preserving meat. I can’t believe I lived so long without making it before. It always sounded like it was too much work. Then our friend Carl was over helping process our ducks and shared his passion for confit. We made up our own confit duck and loved it. I decided to try some confit chicken for a family Christmas party and it turned out FANTASTIC. This takes a bit of planning ahead, but is a fairly simple way to make lots of fantastic food!

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