Smart tips for grilling the perfect chicken breasts. Read more here.
July 31, 2020 • 0 comment(s)
Chicken breasts are a favorite in my family. Baked, fried, sauteed, stir fried, or grilled. They’re so versatile and almost always a hit. In the summer, when I want to keep the heat down in my house and save energy, chicken breasts go on the grill. I love grilled chicken, because I can make a huge batch quickly and eat it as leftovers throughout the week. I typically go for the savings and buy the 5-pack or 10-pack and cook it all at once. Then, I can make chicken sandwiches, chicken salad, cubed chicken, chicken and noodles, chicken quesadillas, chicken stir fry, chicken tacos, chicken ramen, chicken pizza … I mean, there are SO MANY options! But… here’s the catch. It can be a bit of a challenge to master the art of grilled chicken breasts. They can easily be too dry or crispy on the edges. You’re in luck this week. I have some great tips for grilling the perfect chicken breasts!
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July 24, 2020 • 0 comment(s)
I am very much enjoying my grill this summer. In my area, it’s been mostly HOT with not much rain. Perfect grilling weather! Burgers are so darn quick and easy and typically please even the pickiest eaters. It’s always good to know your family will eat the food you’ve thoughtfully sourced and mindfully prepared. And, we all know burgers are great for gatherings. The only problem with burgers is that they can get a little boring. So, why not dress it up once in a while? There are so many ways to elevate a burger. This week, I’d like to touch on my husband’s favorite - a fabulous blue cheese burger!
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July 18, 2020 • 0 comment(s)
There’s something oh so satisfying about a delicious BBQ sauce. It’s so versatile. Add a punch of flavor to ribs, burgers, chicken, pulled anything, cocktail meatballs, salad, beans, potatoes, mushrooms, veggie skewers, and more! But, it can be challenging to find the right BBQ sauce. First, it has to align with your taste buds. Second, it has to align with your diet, And, third, it’s hard to find a store bought sauce without all the junk - fillers, emulsifiers, artificial flavors, etc. Why not make your own? It’s pretty easy but does take some time to cook down.
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July 10, 2020 • 0 comment(s)
Farmer Aaron got his first grill ever. Wow! He’s ready to explore grilling this summer, and would love to take you on this adventure with him. A tried and true meat for the grill is a nice steak. Miller’s has a variety of 100% grass fed and finished steak options for you. Steak is pretty basic, but there’s a sophisticated yet simple way to dress it up - compound butter!
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July 3, 2020 • 0 comment(s)
Miller’s Bio Farm started offering produce this spring, knowing that our customers needed access to fresh fruits and veggies during the lockdown. We can tell that our customers like it, because.... well... you keep ordering more fruits and veggies!
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June 26, 2020 • 0 comment(s)
Farmer Aaron is figuring out how to continually and naturally produce his cured meat products like bacon, hams, pork sausages, beef sausages, and beef snacks without icky synthetic ingredients. Many people who produce USDA meat insist that you need to add nitrates and nitrites for safety...
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June 12, 2020 • 0 comment(s)
Please don’t be confused when you visit the store and it looks different. It’s still the same lovely farm! We just have an awesome new look. Our clip-art logo will soon be history. We are launching our new look right now! It all started when I was on the farm a couple weeks ago. The farmer’s son Ben (11yo) leant his hat to a cow while she was waiting to be milked.
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June 5, 2020 • 0 comment(s)
I visited the farm last week. It was such a nice change to my family’s “groundhog day” life for the past few months. I have three little kids, and they reported that the most exciting part of the visit was the chicks. While we were there, the farmer got 500 baby chicks and 150 baby turkey poults. Wow that’s a lot of cuteness!
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May 29, 2020 • 0 comment(s)
Farmer Aaron told me a fascinating story. It all started about a month ago when he had way too much manure and offered it to a neighboring conventional farm. At first, the neighboring farmer said no. Then the farmer said he’d deliver it to him. The neighboring farmer agreed. The neighboring farmer spread his manure on one half of his pasture and Miller’s manure on the other half. There was a clear divide in the pasture where the manure was spread. Over the next few weeks as the pasture grew in, there was a clear difference between the two sides. The pasture with Miller’s manure was 1-2 feet higher than the pasture with conventional manure. The neighboring farmer could see it from quite a distance. Now the neighboring farmer knows that Miller’s has the best sh*t. He wants more manure!
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May 22, 2020 • 0 comment(s)
I see a great change happening in food right now. People are ordering online waaaay more than they used to. They are avoiding stores. This is the future for some really important reasons.
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