Need lunch ideas for kids? Try these using pasture-raised meat.

Feeding your kids’ changing appetites can sometimes be a challenge, but using pasture-raised meats in your lunches doesn’t have to be. Between ready-made foods and creative recipes, there are plenty of ways to use pasture-raised meats in easy-to-prepare, kid-approved meals.

Celebrating President’s Day? Try one of these presidents' favorite meals.

How do you celebrate President’s Day? It may not be the most well-known holiday of the year, but at White Oak Pastures, we’ll get behind any excuse to celebrate with a pasture-raised meal.

When looking for President’s Day inspiration, we started to research presidential favorite foods on the...

Best Grills and Smokers for 2020

Food Network Chopped! Champion and Grand Champion on the National Barbecue Circuit Chef Phillip Dell breaks down the best grills and smokers to buy in 2020. This year, Chef Dell will compete against the world's greatest pitmasters using White Oak Pastures' Pasture-Raised Pork Baby Back Ribs at...

Why eat pasture-raised sausage?

We’re proud of the sausage we make on our farm. There is a noticeable difference between White Oak Pastures organic, small-batch, pasture-raised sausage, and common commodity sausage that you would find in the average grocery store aisle.

Brian Sapp, our Director of Operations, has responded to...

6 Perfect Thanksgiving Side Dishes To Go With Pasture-Raised Turkey

Your superbly-cooked pasture-raised turkey is going to need to be in good company at Thanksgiving dinner. Check out these Thanksgiving side dishes recipes for the perfect accompaniment to a pasture-raised turkey.

USDA Reduces Inspection, Rate of Slaughter Limits for Hog Processing

Under a new rule, "the Trump administration will allow pork plants to reduce the number of Department of Agriculture line inspectors assigned to them and run their slaughter lines without any speed limit". 

Brian Sapp, White Oak Pastures' Director of Operations, compares it to "the fox running...

Introducing: Shelf-Stable Pasture-Raised Pork Sticks

While we love a slow beef roast as much as the next person, sometimes, convenient, on-the-go snacks keep us from getting a little… "hangry."

Introducing White Oak Pastures Meat Sticks: protein from your favorite farm, packed in a shelf-stable stick! Also called a snack stick, these portable...

Jimmy Carter, Celebrating National Peanut Day, and Our Hogs

Happy National Peanut Day! White Oak Pastures is in the heart of peanut country in south Georgia. We use peanuts and peanut waste byproducts in multiple ways on our farm. We've been celebrating National Peanut Day with a few good meals (and a whole lot of pork products).

Saturday Supper with...

Gourmet Grinds: Grassfed Beef, Pasture-Raised Poultry & Iberico Pork

There are few things better than a grassfed beef burger fresh off the grill at the end of a long day. But as many of our customers are learning, there are some alternatives beyond a basic burger. 

Animal Impact: Eating Like Our Pigs

Hogs are known for their big animal impact. Pigs are omnivores - and nobody eats like an omnivore. Just think about how wide-ranging our own diet is! At White Oak Pastures, we use the animal impact of pigs to regenerate land and keep our soil and pastures healthy. So how do hogs fit into our...

White Oak Pastures Charcuterie by The Spotted Trotter

Cured meat has been around since 3000 BC, and we are so excited to add it to our offering for our customers. We partnered with The Spotted Trotter in Atlanta to develop 3 delicious Summer Salamis: Genoa, Black Pepper & Sorghum, Cured Chorizo. We’re sure you’ll love them! Using our pasture-raised...

Gourmet Grinds: For Your Convenience

 

Eloise Harris, mother to Will Harris, used to talk at length about the generational loss for cooking at home. Growing up, I remember her saying “I can cook everything from a cow from the nose to the tail. My daughter-in-law can cook hamburgers, roasts and a few steaks, and my grandchildren,...

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