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Homemade Mayo (the best and the easiest!)
Mayo. Spread it across sourdough and top with slices of roast beef; stir it into instant pot chicken, hard boiled eggs or a can of salmon; mix it with ketchup and relish for a burger sauce; swirl it with herbs for a creamy Italian salad dressing... so versatile! Mayonnaise from the grocery store is usually filled with all kinds of ingredients you don't want to eat, but homemade mayo with Old Road Farm eggs is a health food that will elevate anything you put it on! >>>It only takes two minutes to make this healthy, delicious condiment.
German Pancakes (Gluten Free)
These thin, crepe-like pancakes come together in a jiffy. These save me when farm work runs late and tired, hungry kids need a filling dinner quickly. Follow my method and you'll hardly need to do any washing up afterward. To feed my family of 5, I double this recipe. If I want leftovers, I'll use 2.5 cups of everything. Scale up or down as needed for your crew, keeping the ratios the same. Too thick? Add a little more milk. Too thin? Add flour, a tablespoon or so at a time. I use Bob's Red Mill 1:1 gluten free flour. We have success substituting that flour into regular recipes, so I expect regular all purpose flour would work fine here if you do not need gluten free. Serve with nutrient rich butter, and optional additional sweet or savory toppings.
Old Road Farm Bacon Apple Thyme Liver Pate
Confession: I do not love the taste of liver, and the family would stage an uprising if I tried to serve liver and onions. This recipe, however, transforms liver's powerhouse of bioavailable nutrition into something you'll love spreading on toast or apple slices! The recipe amounts are flexible; tweak them to taste and according to what quantities you have available. I like to make a double or triple batch to freeze in small canning jars. Adapted from The Paleo Healing Cookbook, a book I highly recommend!
Old Road Farmhouse Roast Chicken
No fuss and delicious, this easy dish is an economical choice to cook once and feed the family multiple times! Pro Tip: have a family that can will eat the meat clean off the bones in one sitting? Roast two or more chickens at a time.