Author archive for Patti

  • Paleo Stuffed Peppers

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    Some might think that you have to give up having a delicious, flavorful meal in order to follow the “Paleo Diet.” This is just not true! These Paleo Stuffed Peppers with Rain Crow Ranch GrassFed Beef are bursting with flavor while staying in the Paleo guidelines!   Paleo Stuffed Peppers Ingredients: 1 Lb Rain Crow Ranch GrassFed Ground Beef 4 Sweet

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  • Italian Meatball Subs- Video

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    This delicious recipe for Italian Meatball Subs using Rain Crow Ranch GrassFed Ground Beef is a family favorite any night of the week. Italian Meatball Subs (Makes 12 Meatballs or 4 Sandwiches) Ingredients: 1 Lb Rain Crow Ranch GrassFed Ground Beef 1 tsp Salt 2 tsp Pepper 1 Clove Minced Garlic 1 Tbs Italian Seasoning 1/4 Cup Freshly Grated Parmesan Cheese

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  • Grilled St. Louis Style Pasture Pork Steaks

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    If you are not from the Midwest or the St. Louis area, these may be unfamiliar, but they are a great discovery. These pork steaks are cut approximately 1 inch in thickness and include the blade bone from the shoulder. They represent a hallmark of St. Louis-style barbecue. They can be cooked a multitude of ways from direct grilling, smoking or slow

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  • Grilled Pasture Raised Pork Chops

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    The grill isn’t just for burgers and dogs! Switch it up a bit with grilled Pasture Raised Pork Chops served with grilled summer vegetables and rice. Grilled Pasture Raised Pork Chops Ingredients: 4 Pasture Raised Pork Chops Salt, Pepper, Garlic Powder, and Rosemary to taste 1. Get the grill going 2. Generously season both sides of the chops 3. Grill chops 6-10 minutes

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  • Eggs Benedict Recipe

    Eggs Benedict Recipe with Heritage Pork Center Cut Sliced Ham

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    Contributed by: Madison Whisnant   Ah, Eggs Benedict. A little slice of heaven for breakfast! I’ve always been a fan, but let me explain when the real love affair began. It was summer in New Orleans on my honeymoon. We met up with a couple of friends who live in the area for breakfast in the French Quarter. Now, I

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  • Four Great Meals, One Pork Loin

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    As in anything where you’re meeting new people, I guess I should start out by saying, “Hi! Nice to meet you all!” My name is Madison Whisnant, the daughter-in-law of Patricia and Mark. I’m married to the youngest of their three biological sons, Cody, and we have a beautiful, funny, just-learning-how-to-make-mommy-run-around-everywhere son and one on the way! As I am

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  • Simple Lemon Chicken Recipe With Infused Olive Oil

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    Contributed By: BJ In Atlanta, Gio’s Chicken Amalfitano Restaurant has the best lemon chicken.  The owner is from the Amalfi coast in Italy and he has set up a little Italy area with separate gelato, pizza, outdoor bar and chicken dining areas.  You feel like you are in Italy. Since Gio’s is about 40 minutes away from our house and is often crowded, I

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  • Baked Chicken Meal Ideas

    One Baked Chicken = One Week of Meal Ideas

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      All of us today are concerned about the health and safety of our food and especially the food we put on our family tables. When my kids were growing up I would rather them harvest and process a wild turkey than use industrial chicken that is so full of antibiotics and hormones.  So we began to raise our own

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  • Leftover Chicken Pizza Recipe

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      Guest Post: BJ A few years ago, Dr. Patti Whisnant was visiting our home in Atlanta.  Since she lives in a rural town without many food choices, she loves to hit the “big city” specialty markets. In one of our markets, she bought some small sweet red Peppadew peppers in the fresh olive bar.  She stuffed these with goat cheese and we

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  • Mason Jar Steak Salad Recipe

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    Guest Post: BJ My 12 year old niece, Kenedie,  wants to be a professional photographer.   Luckily she chose a profession that she doesn’t have to wait for years to launch.  While she is visiting us from Florida, Kenedie is learning food photography, food staging and Photoshop. Kenedie and her parents make their mason jar salads for the week on Sunday.  This way they have convenient, healthy meals to grab from the refrigerator

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  • Paleo Grass Fed Hamburger Salad Recipe

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    Guest Post: BJ If you are Paleo, you don’t have to have a bun to enjoy grass fed beef hamburger. Paleo Grass Fed Hamburger Salad Recipe 2 lbs Rain Crow Ranch Grass Fed Beef 1 Package of Baby Lettuce 2 C Sliced Baby Portobello Mushrooms 1 Sliced Vidalia Onion (Or Sweet Onion) 3 Small Rainbow Sweet Peppers Cranberry Pear Salad

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  • Leftover Grass Fed Steak Frittata Recipe

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    Guest Contributor:  BJ Tomorrow is Father’s Day My dad was in his late 50’s when he had kids so it was like having a grandfather for a father. I grew up in a retirement community in Florida. At the ripe age of 5,  my fondest memories are rocking on the front porch and sharing the “good ol’ days” with my retired neighbors and

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  • Leftover Chicken Bacon Cheese Croissant Recipe

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    Guest Post:  BJ When you have a lake house, family and friends love to visit Since we have a steady stream of company, we don’t entertain but let everyone make their own schedule and most of their own meals.   Some of our best meals are prepared by our guests. The other night, we were watching movies.  It was late and

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  • Celebration Heritage Pork Loin Recipe

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    Okay, we are ranchers who happen to raise beef, pigs and chickens.  So at our family events we select one awesome hunk of meat and Southern sides from my upbringing to celebrate.  We can then go back to the smoothies and healthy, lighter portions when we have parted ways. Conviviality goes a long way around our table and if there

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  • Rain Crow Ranch Cool Label

    Big Ag Loses Attempt to Block COOL

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      The US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia published a ruling yesterday that scored a big win for going forward with allowing Country of Origin Labeling (COOL) on products according to Food Safety News.   COOL requires that the information for where the product is born, raised and slaughtered/processed be placed on the label. We celebrate the ruling. 

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