From one egg lover to another: this frittata is downright delish. It uses our Heritage Breed eggs that I love for many reasons, of them, that by eating them I avoid jail...and don't have to actually feed chickens at the crack of dawn.
Sausage is one of those foods that can get a pretty bad rap. And yes sir, in some cases it should -- with factory farmed pigs living in dirty conditions, well, it’s not rocket science that that meat probably isn’t the best thing for you. But pastured pork, like the kind we proudly deliver, is a different story, it’s good for you -- and yes, even the fat it contains is healthy for your body. Why? Because it contains conjuguated linoleic acids, Omega 3s, Vitamin A D & E, and a whole slew of other good stuff you need to have a healthy heart, brain, and immune system.
Happy 2013 -- let's make it clean and GREEN!
Everything in life should be as easy as this lunch. It's a great use-it-up for all those veggies you may have chillin' in your fridge.
Somewhere amid Christmas and New Year’s, it’s always nice to have a big pasta dinner. This tasty recipe is great for a crowd, super easy to make ahead of time, and will leave you with boatloads of leftovers. So perfect if you have a house full of visitors!
Woot woot for root veggies! A little balsamic makes all the difference in this simple side.
Three ingredients make this Peking Celery a satisfying, healthy snack. Done in under five minutes, it's guaranteed not to last much longer.
What a medley: goat cheese, sweet potatoes and some Yukon Golds. Somebody (me) has died and gone to heaven.
Here is my secret recipe for eggnog (guess who can't keep a secret?!). It packs a punch but what actually knocks this classic Christmas bevvie outta the park is its quality ingredients. Farm fresh eggs, milk and cream from pastured cows -- there is just no way any store bought brand could be half as good. No high fructose here!
Three words to perfectly cooked winter squash: Oven. Butter. Steam.