Tacos de Lengua (Beef Tongue Tacos)

White Oak Pastures Team

We’ll go ahead and say it: Tacos de Lengua is the best way to eat beef tongue. Soft, pillowy tortillas filled with flavorful, delicious chopped meat, topped with tangy salsa verde and onions. If you’ve been stuck in a same-old, same-old taco rut, Tacos de Lengua will give you fresh taco inspiration.

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo With These Pasture-Raised Taco Recipes

White Oak Pastures Team

We may be planning on spending this Cinco de Mayo at home—but we will be celebrating with a feast. We never need a reason to eat tacos, but we’ll always take one. 

Shredded Chicken Tacos (with Cilantro Lime Dressing)

Kathryn Crockett

TACOS! Beautiful, delicious, zesty chicken tacos. Few can say no to the much-loved shredded chicken taco, and luckily, these tacos are good for you and the planet. You’ve been warned—these tacos might just be your newest addiction. The recipes that follow use our pasture-raised chicken have fast-tracked their way into the weekly meal plans of many folks here at White Oak Pastures. 

Tex-Mex Ground Grassfed Beef Tacos

White Oak Pastures Team

Sometimes, when you’re in the mood for tacos, there is only one that will truly hit the spot: classic Tex-Mex tacos. It may be sacrilege in some circles, but there’s something about a crunchy hard tortilla shell and piles of lettuce, tomato, and sour cream. Our Tex-Mex taco recipe, made with grassfed ground beef, hits all the must-haves for your next old-school taco bar.

Guinea Fowl Terrine, from the The Strong Sistas

Ashley & Sarah Armstrong

Sick of just eating plain meat? Looking for a unique way to enjoy some pastured guinea? 

One of our favorite ways to eat guinea fowl is cooked in a terrine.

What the heck is a terrine?

A terrine is traditional in French cuisine and is a meat, fish or veggie mixture that has been cooked in advance and allowed to cool or set in the container. It is cooked and served in a loaf pan, so it's kind of like a meat bread!

Terrine is similar to pate in the sense that it is served cool, but it doesn’t necessarily contain liver and uses a lot more ingredients to give it a unique texture profile. Terrines seem sophisticated, but we are not sophisticated chefs. We wanted to make this a super easy recipe to enjoy a unique and fun recipe.

Guinea Fowl Confit by the Strong Sistas

Ashley & Sarah Armstrong

If a chicken and a duck had a baby…

Have you tried guinea fowl? The taste is similar to wild game, but more delicate, not as strong. We think it tastes like a mix between chicken and duck. 

Nutrient-wise, guinea meat is high in Vitamin K, niacin and Vitamin B1. 

Guineas roam more than any other poultry species, so they are slightly leaner than chicken… making the cooking method pretty important.

Brined Guinea Fowl Recipe, à la Strong Sistas

Ashley & Sarah Armstrong

Pasture raised poultry with juicy meat and crispy skin? Yes please.

This simple, brined guinea recipe is a fool-proof way to ensure tender meat with a crispy skin, AKA: perfection. 

The Strong Sistas' Braised Guinea Fowl

Ashley & Sarah Armstrong

First off, what on earth is a guinea fowl?

Guinea fowl actually originate from Africa and are related to other game birds such as pheasants and turkeys. Guineas eat a ton of bugs, and roam the pastures more so than any other poultry species at White Oak Pastures.

The Strong Sistas' Full Chicken Bone Broth

Sarah Armstrong

Bone broth provides an abundance of vitamins and minerals. Plus ‘wiggly jiggly’ bone broth is a great source of collagen. You can learn about the benefits of bone broth in our recent article on White Oak Pastures' blog. But, not all bone broths are equal. The items you use to make your bone broth (from the source of the bones to the other ‘off-cuts’ added) will make a difference in the nutrient composition and amount of ‘jiggle’ that results. Below you’ll find our favorite recipe for creating the ultimate, great-tasting, nutrient-dense, “wiggly jiggly” bone broth.

Creamy Buffalo Chicken Dip

Corinne Kocher

Need an appetizer that's perfect for a casual party, or The Big Game? Buffalo Chicken Dip combines hot wing flavor with a rich and creamy dip. Made with White Oak Pastures boneless, skinless pasture-raised chicken breasts, this dip is easy to make and seriously delicious.

A warning, from our personal experience: although this dip is easy to make ahead of time, it takes some serious self control to not eat it all... before the game even starts!

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Bacon-wrapped pasture-raised chicken legs and smoked sugar-free bacon. Ecological Outcome Verified, non-GMO and Animal Welfare Certified.


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