Guest Post: Dana Shafir on Natural Antidepressants

September 10, 2015
Farm to Fork Foods believes in fueling your body with local, clean food but this is only one aspect of your holistic health. As Dana explains food is PART of naturally improving your mood but there are many other items as well. Dana: Much of my work as a psychotherapist and health & nutrition coach […]
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Baked Chicken Recipe

August 25, 2015
RECIPE: Baked Chicken Encrusted with Rosemary and White Cheddar   Ingredients 3/4 cup shredded cheese ( I used Brazos Valley raw white cheddar cheese) 1 pkg Windy Meadows boneless thighs (5 thighs, 2.5 lbs), thawed, skin removed  1  1/2 cups almond flour  2 pastured eggs  1/2 tsp salt  1/4 tsp pepper  2 sprigs rosemary, removed […]
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CowHouse Creek Grass-Fed Beef

August 11, 2015
  Keith and Cindy Rogers and their four children own and operate CowHouse Creek Meat Company in Hamilton, Texas. The operation is located on Hidden Oaks Ranch and gets its name from the creek that rushes through the property. The Rogers live on 350 acres and have owned and operated the ranch for 9 years! […]
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Cacao Roasted Grass-fed Bison + Watermelon Gazpacho

July 23, 2015
    Lately I have been absolutely GIDDY over all the local melons in my CSA share. Have you ever heard of a Korean melon?? Me neither until it appeared in my share last week. I love all the surprises that come with being a part of a CSA. I have learned so much about […]
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Arison Farm

June 29, 2015
    Meet Arison Farm         Aaron and Allison Tarver along with their 2 year old little girl, Liza Grace (plus one on the way), operate Arison Farm on 8 acres outside of Granbury, TX. They raise mainly chicken for pastured eggs (we cannot keep them in stock!). They have about 200 […]
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The Pasture Raised Difference- Our Chicken

May 4, 2015
Our Chicken We proudly sell Windy Meadows Farm Pastured Chicken. This is a look at how they farm : There are four stages to their farming process. Step one is the incubator where the eggs are observed for three weeks. The temperature and humidity must be regulated during this time so the chicks are developing in perfect conditions. Step […]
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The Pasture Raised Difference-Nutrition & Taste

April 18, 2015
In the previous post I touched on the difference in a pastured chicken’s environment compared to a commercially raised chicken. Now I will touch on the difference in nutrition and taste. The Difference in Nutrition Most commercially raised chickens are fed a feed that contains antibiotics and hormones. The worst part is that the FDA […]
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The Pasture Raised Difference- Environment

April 6, 2015
Pasture Vs. Commercial The term pasture raised can be defined as simply a sustainable method of raising chicken in their natural environment that in turn is good for the earth. The definition of commercially raised chicken refers to chicken raised in mass production with unnecessary chemicals and confinement. The main differences can be seen in the […]
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Recipe: Lamb meatballs

February 24, 2015
This is a  super easy recipe  for meatballs made with pastured ground lamb, skillet cooked green beans and a fresh salad with homemade dressing. Meatballs Ingredients: – 2 lbs ground lamb  (thawed) -1/2 cup shredded smoked white cheddar cheese -2 pastured eggs -4 cloves garlic -2 Tbsp dried thyme -1 tsp salt -1 tsp pepper […]
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Recipe: Bison Stew

February 12, 2015
Why Eat Bison? Grass-fed bison meat has a rich and robust flavor and is much leaner than beef. Comparatively bison contains less fat, calories and cholesterol than beef, chicken, pork and fish. It is also higher in protein, iron and vitamin B-12  ranked against other meats. Still need some convincing on why bison should be […]
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