Ground turkey is a healthy, lean protein alternative. We're excited to provide Pasture-raised, Certified Non-GMO, Certified Humane, GAP Step 5+ turkey through our regenerative farm. Below is a unique twist on meatballs using ground turkey. We love it, we shared it around the farm and our employees love it, and we think you'll love it too! Bon Appétit!
Members of the White Oak Pastures team had the opportunity to attend the Memphis in May World Championship Barbeque Cooking Contest. Brian Sapp (Director of Operations) and Ban Stewart (Quality Control Manager) assisted in cooking two of our Heritage Breed Hogs with BBQ Hall of Famer, Myron Mixon. Myron, who hails from Unadilla, GA, is the winningest man in Bar-B-Que, a successful cookbook writer and widely popular TV personality on several cooking shows and competitions. His team’s official name is, Jack’s Old South and together they have won more competitions than any other team in the world.
Our prized 100% Iberico product line introduces a new item- CRACKLIN'S. A southern favorite, cracklings are the crispy trimmings that rise to the top of rendered pork lard. This delicious garnish is a southern tradition that brings rich flavor to any dish. We are proud to bring our complex, sweet, nutty Iberico flavor to the southern cracklin' scene. Below, Chef Ban Stewart shares his favorite Crackling Cornbread Recipe with a Honey Hot Sauce Butter.
Look for White Oak Pastures Eggs in your local Whole Foods Market in the Atlanta area!
Our farm has had a baby boom this last year! We pride ourselves on rural revival. White Oak Pastures' regenerative farm model contributes to rural revival in South Georgia through job creation. This is a main tenant of our farm's mission. We are so proud to welcome a new generation to the families supported by White Oak Pastures. We all talk about our place of work as a "family". We welcome these little ones to our "farm-ily" with open arms.
Trying to round up Walt Holmes and Diquion Jones for an interview was as difficult as their description of rounding up cattle. Actually, I think I had a harder time than they do when it comes to rounding up. No surprise there, as these two are the only two men herding our cattle with John Benoit, the Director of all the livestock at White Oak Pastures.