Posts tagged with ‘pasture raised pork’

  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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