Guinea Fowl Terrine, from the The Strong Sistas

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...

Guinea Fowl Confit by the Strong Sistas

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...

Brined Guinea Fowl Recipe, à la Strong Sistas

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

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

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...

Creamy Buffalo Chicken Dip

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...

Oven-Baked Chili Cheese Dogs

It's hard to turn down a chili cheese dog, especially when it's homemade with White Oak Pastures Natural Pastured Pork Hot Dogs. Easy to assemble, and you can finish in the oven for cheesy, gooey goodness. 

Tender, Slow-Cooked Pulled Pork Sliders

Pulled pork sliders are a guaranteed crowd favorite. Slow cook White Oak Pastures pastured pork for the kind of tender, juicy, and messy sliders that dreams are made of. Top with coleslaw or pickles, and watch them fly off the plate.

Sweet, Smoky Instapot Baby Back Ribs

If you don't have a smoker, you can still make tender, falling-off-the-bone, finger-licking-good ribs with a few quality ingredients, using one of our favorite new appliances: a pressure cooker, commonly called an Instant Pot. 

Easy Party Chicken Wings

You don't need to get complicated with chicken wings—all it takes is a few good ingredients and an overnight marinade. These sweet and spicy wings are baked in the oven until nice and crispy. Adjustable recipe with garlic powder to make the wings mild, or cayenne powder to add more of a kick!

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