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Recipes

Honey-Ricotta Mousse with Fresh Fruit
A light and fluffy dessert that's also good for you. Brimming with nutrition from homemade ricotta cheese and raw honey, this dessert is the perfect summer treat. Use whatever fresh, local fruit you can find for the garnish.
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Honey and Yogurt Olive Oil Cake
A little bit sweet and a little savory, this cake will shake up your breakfast routine. And by replacing sugar with honey and using fresh herbs from the garden, it also provides an extra nutritional boost.
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Honey Garlic Chicken
Want perfectly crisp, juicy leg quarters? Sear them on the stovetop before cooking them in the oven. The addition of honey and garlic in this recipe provides a sweet and sticky finish that seals in the flavor.
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Chile-Roasted Chicken with Lemon, Honey, and Feta
With a simple marinade of citrus and garlic, this chicken is flavorful, sweet, and sticky. It's also easy to customize - you can roast it with any root veggies that you'd like, and change the fresh herbs to meet your preference. If you're just learning how to roast chicken, making leg quarters is a great place to start.
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Pork Liver, Bacon, & Onions
A quick and simple way to try liver. If you've been making paté, but want to be more adventurous in the kitchen, this is a great recipe to try. Just season and sauté, and in 25 minutes you'll have a flavorful, nutritious meal.
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Homemade Fresh Ricotta
Want to learn how to make cheese? Ricotta is the best place to start. A simple cheese that is incredibly versatile, ricotta just takes some milk, buttermilk, heat, and time. The finished product can be used in any meal, from breakfast to dessert, and will build up your confidence in the kitchen.
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Curry & Turmeric Chicken Salad
Bright, yummy, & packed with antioxidants. Seasoned with ginger, curry, & turmeric, this chicken salad is far from the usual fare. And, given turmeric's health benefits, it's much better for you too.
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Chicken Liver Paté
Liver is one of the most nutrient-dense and affordable products that you can eat. Packed with copper, choline, protein, and essential vitamins, this chicken liver paté recipe is quick and easy. Divide the paté in glass bowls or small ramekins to freeze what you're not using that week, and you'll always have a nutritious snack on hand.
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Bone Broth
Want protein, vitamins, minerals, and collagen - at a fraction of the price of meat, and with only 5 minutes of prep time? Bone broth is your friend. Cooked low and slow in the slow cooker, bone broth packs a punch. It's been shown to help everything from hair loss and brittle nails to skin elasticity, joint function, and a healthy digestive system. And it's customizable - just use whatever you have on hand. Just make sure you have enough bones! You want enough bones to fill up half the pot. This will ensure a gelatinous, nutrient-dense broth. And you don't need to drink it. Our favorite ways to use it? We cook with it, add a few tablespoons to tea, and add 1/2 cup to our summer smoothies.
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Coq Au Vin
Want to cook a traditional French meal - without hours in the kitchen? This coq au vin recipe makes it easy. Swapping leg quarters for the traditional whole chicken, this is a hearty meal that tastes even better leftover.
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Creamy Lemon Chicken Piccata Meatballs
Want the bright, lemony taste of chicken piccata - without the pounding and breading involved? These ground chicken meatballs are the perfect solution. Served in a delicious, creamy lemon sauce over pasta, this quick weeknight meal is economical - and feeds a crowd, with leftovers to spare.
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Instant Pot Buffalo Wings
Need to spice up your appetizer offerings....or have a quick and easy meal for lazy weekend afternoons? These buffalo wings are perfect for either. Not a fan of the spice? Substitute barbecue sauce for the hot sauce.
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