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RECIPE: One Pan Apple Pork Chop Dish

I love a recipe that harmonizes just the right flavors all in one pan.  Fresh fruit and herbs are contrasted by tangy mustard, and they simmer together and blend with savory pasture raised pork chops to bring you joy on a plate.  Ingredients 2 Tbsp olive oil4 Ramstead Ranch pork chops or pork steaks2 tsp Dijon mustard2 C bone broth2 Tbsp fresh herbs, rosemary works well, thyme or sage would work well, too, and best you use a blend.2 medium apples, sliced thin1 large onion, sliced thinSalt and pepper to taste Tools 12-inch skillet or cast ironWisk, bowl, and a nice, sharp knife Instructions Thaw pork chops and season with salt and pepper.Add 1 Tbsp to your pan and heat on high until oil smokes.  You want you pan HOT!Sear pork chops, about 2 min per side.  Remove the chops from heat.Lower heat to medium high.  Add 1 Tbsp olive oil to pan.  Heat oil and add onions and apples.  Turn occasionally slightly toasted, about 5 min.  Add salt, pepper, and fresh herbs, and stir.  Cook onions until they are translucent.Whisk together bone broth and mustard, and add to apple-onion mixture.  Nest pork chops in pan making sure to surround the chops with the apple-onion mixture.Simmer for additional 4 min, until chops are cooked through.Enjoy!

RECIPE: Sirloin Tip Beef Stroganoff

This meal is comfort food in a bowl! You can make it fancy with homemade noodles, or keep it easy and use whatever you have on hand. For maximum flavor, add drippings from pot roast or short ribs to your sauce!

RECIPE: Sausage Gravy

This sausage gravy is easy, versatile, and freezes well to boot! I like to whip up a mega batch and freeze it in family-sized portions so it’s ready for busy days during the school year. Go the classic route and eat it over eggs, potatoes, or biscuits. This also makes a killer pizza sauce (top with cheese of choice, mushrooms, and red onions), and it is the perfect base for Pepper Sausage Pasta. However you choose to chow down, we know this will be a family favorite recipe at your house.

RECIPE: 100% Grassfed Bison Steak Perfection

Bison steaks are very similar to beef steaks, and can mostly be prepared in the same ways. The one difference is that bison is quite a bit leaner than beef, so you’ll want to keep a close eye on time and temperature, to make sure not to overcook. One great method is to sear the meat on a hot grill first, then finish cooking it in the oven. Check out these cooking tips, below, for tender, juicy results!

RECIPE: BBQ Pulled Bison Sliders

Pulled bison is surprisingly simple to make, and deeply flavorful and tender. Add your favorite BBQ sauce and some coleslaw and you’ve got a perfect summer meal. The hardest part is just remembering to start this recipe early. This will cook low and slow over about 8 hours, for pull-apart-tender, juicy, meat.

RECIPE: Stuffed Bison Burgers

Take the classic bison burger to the next level by stuffing it with blue cheese and bacon! Bison’s so lean that these burgers aren’t greasy or heavy, just packed with rich, smoky flavor.

RECIPE: Extra Crunch Finger Steaks

Use any of your favorite grassfed/grassfinished beef or bison steaks to make this decadent finger food! Finger steaks are a play on chicken-fried steak and are an especially big hit with kids. A lean bison steak lends itself well to deep frying, and you can count on this recipe to be rich, fun, and flavorful.

RECIPE: Ready for Summer Rhubarb Cilantro Dip

I love a recipe that handed off on a post it because I begged to know how to make it. Shadow brought this one to the ranch last week, and I’ve been bugging her to give me the details since. It’s a super flexible recipe. Keep the ingredients fresh and raw, and you’ll have a salsa or relish for your wraps. Prep the veggies with a little blanching and simmering, you can turn it into a sauce for slathering on delicious meats as well. And any excuse to use more of that prolific rhubarb is a win in my book.

RECIPE: Baked Lemon Herb Chicken Legs

We saw this recipe in a social media post from our friend and holistic health practitioner Pam Langenderfer of Lakeside Holistic Health in Coeur d’ Alene. We adapted it to our taste, and we highly recommend you try it. Delicious and easy to prepare, you probably have all of the ingredients in your pantry already.

RECIPE: Chicken Shawarma

Make this chicken salad your next party dish. With crisp garden veggies and delightful, aromatic seasonings, chicken salad has never been so well dressed.