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How to make A5 Wagyu Tallow and unlock hero chef status

February 12th by Joe Heitzeberg • Read 2,758 times • 2 min read

A5 Wagyu beef fat, when melted, is a clear oil, packed with heart-healthy oleic acid. By making this A5 Wagyu tallow at home and sharing it with your friends and family, your ordinary home cook status will instantly sky rocket to magical wizard hero chef status. Add a little to a pan, scramble in a couple of eggs with a pinch of salt and you're likely to blow people's minds. It's that good. By carefully cutting the exterior fat off of your A5...

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How to make Shabu Shabu everyone will love

January 27th by Joe Heitzeberg • Read 1,129 times • 2 min read

Shabu Shabu is an easy, inexpensive and nutritious Japanese dish where beef is the star of the show. Long ago, as a homestay student living on a farm in Japan, my host parents used to take me to Shabu Shabu restaurants a lot. I loved the taste, but also how it brought everyone together around the table to cook. It's east to make Shabu Shabu at home (and everyone will love it), you just have to have the right ingredients and the right...

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Stir Fry, Four Ways

September 7th, 2018 by Caitlin Postal • Read 1,778 times • less than one min read

When you need a nourishing meal that comes together quickly, look no further than stir fry! Fresh (or frozen) veggies, thinly sliced meat, and a light but flavorful sauce result in a great meal that doesn't take long to come together. With the right wok, a stir fry dinner is the perfect midweek pick-me-up. Here are some of our favorite stir-fry recipes. Mix and match the veggies to tailor the cuisine to your preferred taste. Just remember to...

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How to Use the Whole Chicken

August 28th, 2018 by Caitlin Postal • Read 1,421 times • 1 min read

Whether you're roasting in the oven or breaking down for multiple meals, using the whole bird is a great way to make the most of your delicious, nutrient-rich, pasture-raised chicken. Chicken is versatile and can be used throughout the week for multiple meals. We just made the following four recipes using just one whole chicken from Clark Family Farms. 1. Spicy Chicken Fajitas Use the chicken breast for grilled chicken fajitas like these...

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Labor Day Grill Guide

August 22nd, 2018 by Caitlin Postal • Read 1,750 times • 1 min read

Labor Day is a time to celebrate your hard work with a crowd-pleasing spread, perfectly prepared on your home grill. The beginning of September marks the final hurrah for grilling season as crisp fall air rolls in and the temperature begins to drop. So enjoy the act of grilling from the comfort of your backyard and savor the last moments of the summer season with our recommendations. Plan your spread in advance to take advantage of Crowd...

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Happy National Fajita Day

August 17th, 2018 by Caitlin Postal • Read 1,545 times • 1 min read

Hot and spicy fajitas are a classic Tex-Mex dish, inspired by the cuisine of the Tejanos residents in the Southwest. From its humble beginnings as a grilled strip of skirt steak, fajitas now refer to the delicious combination of grilled strips of any meat, a variety of garnishes or sauces, and a soft tortilla for its casing. Fajitas began as strip steak given to ranch hands as part of their pay, though now fajitas are a go-to pop of flavor...

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What? Sriracha + Manuka Honey Pasturebird Chicken Wings, That's What

May 21st, 2018 by Joe Heitzeberg • Read 2,059 times • 1 min read

These are some of the best chicken wings I've ever had in my entire life. Pastured Chicken Wings from Pasturebird makes a huge difference, as does the creamy richness of the Manuka honey and tangy heat of the Sriracha Chili Sauce. Manuka honey is a superfood known to promote digestive and immune health, and it adds a special taste. I recommend Comvita's Manuka Honey from Amazon. I also recommend using a hickory smoked sea salt instead of...

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How to make amazing beef jerky at home

May 20th, 2018 by Joe Heitzeberg • Read 3,314 times • 1 min read

It's easy to make incredibly good beef jerky at home, and the secret is to start with excellent quality, lean cuts of meat. Top round roasts, brisket and rump roast are all excellent cuts for beef jerky, and relatively inexpensive. Also, these cuts are hard to find in grocery stores, but are always on sale on Crowd Cow. Instructions For around 1 pound of finished beef jerky, you'll want to start with 4 pounds of meat. 1) Mix all of the...

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How to Grill Frozen Patties

November 21st, 2017 by Joe Heitzeberg • Read 1,209 times • less than one min read

You can save time and enjoy perfect hamburgers by grilling frozen patties. There’s no easier way to prepare great hamburgers every time than starting with premium patties and grilling straight from frozen. Prep the Patties Grab the patties right out of your freezer. Cut open the pack and use a sturdy grilling spatula to carefully split them apart. Remove any paper separators. Season the burgers lightly with salt and pepper. Note: thawing for...

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Tips for Preparing the Perfect Turkey

October 16th, 2017 by Joe Heitzeberg • Read 2,649 times • less than one min read

We talked to Chef Daniel Orr, chef-owner of FARMbloomington Restaurant in Bloomington, Indiana and co-host of Earth Eats, for tips on cooking a delicious turkey at home this Thanksgiving. Below are his sage pointers. Photo credit: Farmbloomington Restaurant Brining is Key! Brining consists of soaking the turkey in liquid, sugar, and salt. The turkey then absorbs the moisture, making is less likely to get overly dry. There are no set amount of...

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