Cooking Pastured Sausage On the Grill or In the Kitchen

The significant difference between commodity sausage and pastured sausage comes down to the way the animals are raised, as well as the processing method of the farm. Our farm offers a range of sausages from six different species. Our sausages are slightly leaner, better seasoned, and made from...

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo With These Pasture-Raised Taco Recipes

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. 

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.

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