Recipes

Super-Slow-Roasted Beef, from The Grassfed Gourmet Cookbook
Nothing beats super-slow roasting for turning even the toughest cuts of meat into wonderful roasts. No matter how lean your roast may be, this technique ensures a beautiful cut of beef that is juicy, pink in the center, and absolutely delicious. And the best part is that overcooking the beef is just about impossible. The meat insulates itself: super-slow roasting dries the outside of the roast and locks in the moisture, enabling the meat to cook in its own juice. The flavor will be extra beefy, but be patient. Super-slow roasting takes a long time.
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Rebekah's Coconut Curry Lamb
Use a lamb roast or 2-3 pounds lamb stew meat in this versatile and easy recipe. Goat works well too!
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The Best Fresh Ham
Minimum Preparation: Serves 8 By, The Grassfed Gourmet Cookbook
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Bittersweet Hot Fudge Sauce
This a beautiful fudge sauce. Unlike overly sweet(very expensive) varieties you might find in the grocery store, it has a slightly bitter taste to that pairs well with sweet ice cream. this sauce poured over Vanilla Ice or any other flavor makes it an irresistible dessert. This recipe is great for when you're in a hurry because it has minimum preparation time. Makes about a cup and half of hot fudge.
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Raw Butter and Coconut Oil Fudge
My coconut oil fudge recipe is made with healthy natural ingredients like coconut oil, cocoa powder, raw honey (stevia can be used if you prefer) and vanilla extract. That’s it! No corn syrup, marshmallows, frosting or chocolate chips needed. Enjoy! Raw cacao powder can be used in place of regular cocoa powder and expeller pressed coconut oil can be used in place of virgin coconut oil (some do better with expeller pressed because it’s easier to digest). Add a few drops of Young Living peppermint essential oil or 1/2 teaspoon of peppermint extract for delicious mouth-watering peppermint fudge.
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Ina's Perfect Roasted Chicken
Alicia discovered this recipe when looking for a different way to roast a chicken. It was definitely a keeper for its simplicity and flavorful results. The skin is deliciously crispy and the vegetables taste wonderful with the chicken.
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Sweet and Smoky Pork Sausage Pizza
Pizza Sauce: 10 oz of Orange Marmalade Preheat the oven to 425 degrees 1 - Large Organic Sweet Yellow Onion 1 - 2 tbs of Organic / Raw Butter 1 - tbs of Raw Honey A pinch of Raw Salt
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Gluten Free Homemade Sausage Gravy & Biscuits
Homemade sausage gravy is one of the easiest things to make, once you see just how easy it is you will never buy a packaged gravy mix again! Here is a family favorite recipe for a gluten free version of sausage gravy and biscuits. The gravy is rich and flavorful and the biscuits are light and fluffy.
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Bacon Wrapped Chicken with Honey Glaze
Because you just can’t go wrong with Bacon here is a recipe with Chicken wrapped in Bacon.
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Ground Beef Tacos with Homemade Corn Tortillas
Get your family ready for Taco Tuesdays and make them at home! Made with all fresh, organic, non-GMO ingredients, these are tacos that you can feel good about serving your family! Feel free to change things up a bit, this recipe is only a suggestion. Have fun with it and get the kids involved in making them. They are more likely to eat what they created! Enjoy!
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Double Lemon Ice Cream
Place egg yolks into a medium bowl and whip with an electric mixer, then add the remaining ingredients and mix well.
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The Simplest and Tastiest way to Prepare a Boston Butt Roast
Compliments abound at Full Circle Farm whenever we make a Boston Butt this way. When we tell are guests that the only seasoning is salt and pepper they are astonished. The flavor is in the meat! If you want a simple recipe that only takes 5 minutes to prepare, this is it! This recipe takes 5-6 hours to cook, so prepare ahead of time. 1 Boston Butt Course Salt Ground Pepper
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