Author archive for Madison Whisnant

  • GrassFed Beef Tacos

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    This quick and delicious dinner staple is great for “Taco Tuesday” or any night of the week. Ground GrassFed Beef is given a kick of spices and flavor. Serve with crunchy or soft taco shells and add your favorite toppings. For extra pizzazz, whip up some guacamole and refried beans. GrassFed Beef Tacos (Serves 4) Ingredients: 1 Lb GrassFed Ground

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  • Rain Crow Kitchen Favorites: Super-Fast Thermapen

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    It’s not often when you find a one-of-a-kind kitchen tool that no other can replace! Dr. Whisnant set out a few years ago to find the best meat thermometer. The winner is: ThermoWorks Super-Fast Thermapen. Thermapen was developed for use in commercial kitchens and manufacturing plants. It gives an accurate reading in 3 seconds with an accuracy of ±0.7°F. Ease

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  • This Week on the Ranch: Easter Weekend

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    This week on the ranch, it was Easter weekend and everyone gathered at Mark and Patti’s home to spend it together. Plastic eggs filled with M&M’s covered the pasture in front of the house for the Whisnant littles. I was not sure that the little boys would really understand the concept of an egg hunt, but the night before, they discovered

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  • Ham Salad Sandwiches

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      Easter is coming up this Sunday and many of us will have a crowd gathered. Here at the ranch, all of the Whisnant grandkids are up and running around this year which can only mean one thing: a giant Easter egg hunt! It has been rainy almost every day this week which makes for beautiful green pastures, AND to

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  • GrassFed Crockpot Recipes

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        Finally, spring is in the air! If it could just stay spring all year, I would be fine with that. Everything from the daffodils popping up everywhere you look to the smell of spring, (it just has a smell, you know?) makes my heart leap for joy!   However, with the long anticipated arrival of spring comes the

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  • Grass Fed Beef Tenderloin Filets

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      It. Is. Cold. I’ve been doing snow dances all winter long waiting for just one more pretty snow that we could play in now that our son is running around everywhere! Well, been there, done that, got the t-shirt!   We ran all over town searching for tiny rubber boots and tiny gloves. The gloves were a no-go. Weston was all

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  • Game Day Party Playbook

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        The “Big Game” is Sunday and even if you’re not excited about the game, who’s not excited about the food? Super Bowl Sunday is just another Food Holiday in my book (unless the Steelers are playing, but that is another matter entirely.) There’s nothing more fun than getting together with family and friends, listening to the guys making friendly wagers;

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  • Pasture Pork Sausage and Pepper Pasta

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    In the weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas, who really wants to work that hard on dinner? Not me! It’s really nice to have a few simple, but flavorful and delicious, meals up my sleeve. In my opinion, nothing is easier or more versatile than pasta dishes. There are just so many ways to throw a pasta dish together and in

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  • Thanksgiving Leftover Meals

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    I’m infamous for bringing leftovers home from a restaurant and never touching them again once they’re in the fridge. I’m not sure why, but I think it has something to do with the fact that they never taste as good as they did in the restaurant. Home-cooking leftovers are a completely different story. Those are some leftovers I can get

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  • Chicken Sliders Recipe

    Hot Brown Chicken Sliders

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    We got our first snow this week! I love the first few snows of the year. I love the look of the snow, playing in the snow, and the excuse to stay inside and drink more than one cup of hot chocolate while admiring the snow from the window. Our son got to eat snow for the first time when

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  • Thanksgiving Turkey Recipe

    Pasture Raised Turkey Recipe: The Star of Thanksgiving Dinner

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    I’m a grown woman with children of my own and yet, I still feel like a six year old during the holidays. At that age, waking up on Thanksgiving morning, smelling the turkey that’s already cooking away in the oven, there is only one thing to do: TURN ON THE PARADE! Fast forward almost 20 years. (20 years?! Stop.) Things

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