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Food Blog of the Month: Afroculinaria

Afroculinaria is, in the author’s words, “a food blog authored by Michael W. Twitty, a food writer, independent scholar, culinary historian, and historical interpreter, personally charged with preparing, preserving and promoting African American foodways and its parent traditions in Africa and her Diaspora and its legacy in the food culture of the American South.” It… Read More »

Nom Nom Paleo’s Asian Cauliflower Fried “Rice”

This recipe is paleo compatible and a snap to make. It’s loaded with good fats and protein, which makes it perfect for a simple post-workout meal. It also happens to be deeply satisfying for breakfast, especially if you enjoyed the previous evening. Ingredients: 3 slices Keller Crafted Meats bacon, cross cut into ¼ inch pieces… Read More »

Good Reads for Great Meals in 2017

One of the culinary arts that just keeps getting better and better is cookbook writing for special diets. There are plenty of the usual inspiring celebrity chef books, but there is a real rise in interesting recipes from talented home cooks. Here are a few of our favorites. They’ll definitely keep you busy and well… Read More »

Hitting the Gym in January? Make Sure You’re Eating Well

Prather Ranch Meat Co. has always had a lot of fitness enthusiasts working for us. Our CEO Doug Stonebreaker is a long time weightlifter and Mark Keller, the owner of Keller Crafted Meats is an accomplished triathlete. We’ve had Crossfitters and yogis behind the counter, too. We understand the importance of moving our bodies. That… Read More »

Happy New Year Prathertarians!

We hope 2017 is treating you well so far. We’ve been working hard to come up with new offerings for you and we think you’ll be very happy with some of the new options for our Prathertarian Meat Club box. We’ve made things a little easier to customize so you can add on more of… Read More »

Blog of the Month: National Young Farmers Coalition

This is a bit of a departure from our usual recipe heavy blog selections, but we think it’s an important one. One of the most alarming statistics about farming is that for every six farmers over the age of 65, there’s only one under the age of 35. Mechanized efficiencies and low wages are often… Read More »

Chef Sean Brock’s Low Country Hoppin’ John

Chef Brock has spent his whole life learning about Southern cooking and this is a great Low Country recipe for Hoppin’ John. Serves 6-8 INGREDIENTS Peas 2 quarts Pork Stock or Chicken Stock 1 cup Anson Mills Sea Island Red Peas, soaked in a pot of water in the refrigerator overnight 1 1/2 cups medium dice… Read More »

Ring in 2017 with Hoppin’ Johns

Even if you’re not from the American South, you’re likely familiar with the tradition of eating black-eyed peas on New Year’s for luck. One version of this culinary superstition maintains that each person at dinner should leave three peas on their plate to represent luck, fortune and romance. There are a bunch of black-eyed pea… Read More »

Martha Stewart’s Pepper-Crusted Beef Tenderloin

Not many people go all out for the holidays like Martha Stewart does. You can’t really go wrong with her recipes because they’re time-tested and classic. This recipe is no exception. The peppery coating, quick sear, and finish in the oven ensure tender, flavorful results. This is a total knockout recipe with our dry-aged tenderloin.… Read More »

Christmas for Carnivores: Holiday Gift Boxes Now Available

Some people are difficult shop for (we’re looking at you dads). However, any fan of Prather Ranch Meat Co.’s family of family farms will be overjoyed to receive a box full of incredible dry-aged beef and heritage pork. It’s about as sure a bet as you can make. You can order now and have it… Read More »