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Recipes

Beef, Cabbage, and Beet Hash
Hash is a dish made with chopped meat, potatoes, and fried onions. This is a zesty twist on a more traditional hash that’s great for getting beets and cabbage into your kids tummies.
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Badass Homemade Barbecue Sauce
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!
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Ricotta Cheese
An easy cheese to make with extra milk or sour milk! It's soft and can be used in a variety of sweet and savory dishes.
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Blue Cheese Burger
Elevate the burger. The base is made with juicy 100% grass fed beef, packed with antioxidants, vitamins, and conjugated linoleic acids. Then you layer in the flavors - the umami blue cheese flavor, tangy spicy dijon mustard, sweet onions, and pungent garlic.
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Fall Off the Bone BBQ Ribs
There's nothing better than this messy summer main dish. It doesn't take a lot of labor to make, just a lot of time to cook. The results are worth it. Super messy, super delicious BBQ ribs.
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Garlic Herb Compound Butter
A simple and sophisticated topping for a steak (or anything really).
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Italian Minestrone Soup with Amish sausage
Minestrone is a hearty Italian soup made with beans, vegetables, and a tomato-y broth and is served with pasta or rice. It’s versatile, as you can use any seasonal veggies you have in your home. A great addition to a good Minestrone is sausage, adding a deep flavor and some healthy animal fat.
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Pig Feet Recipe
Pig feet? You can eat those? Yes, you can! In honor of nose to tail eating, here’s a pig feet recipe. Although pig feet aren’t the most popular in the modern home kitchen, they should be. They are tasty and juicy and once you try them, they’re irresistible!
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Brown Sugar Glazed Baked Ham
When I think of Christmas, I think of glazed ham. It’s a longstanding tradition. The brown sugar glaze is made with pineapple juice and makes a tasty sauce. This recipe can be used with a ½ ham or altered for smaller ham slices.
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Crispy Pork Belly
Since pork belly is mostly fat, technique is important with cooking it. You want to end up with a crispy outside and a juicy, tender, melt-on-your-tongue inside. Pork belly is surprisingly easy to make. Here’s a simple recipe that will give you excellent results.
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Red Wine Braised Country Ribs
Short ribs are a cut taken from the blade end of the loin close to the pork shoulder. The meat is typically thick on both sides of the bone. They tend to have a good amount of fat and connective tissue, which makes braising a great choice for cooking.
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Roasted Green Beans & Lard
Green beans are a great kid-friendly finger food. When roasted, they get a bit crispy, kind of like french fries. This is budget friendly meal, costing $1.47 per serving.
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