What's For Dinner | Keto Crack Chicken

What is Crack Chicken? I can almost see my mom fainting right now, but this wildly popular recipe is actually pretty simple in its ingredient list: Chicken, cream cheese, cheddar cheese, bacon, scallions, and Ranch seasoning. That's it! The end result is a simple,creamy, rich, flavor packed recipe that anyone can easily make. The Chicken This recipe is great for using leftover chicken from the last time you roasted or grilled a chicken. Maybe their is a sale on their rotisserie chicken and you want to take advantage of it. Whatever the reason we find that we have leftover chicken, this is a great go-to recipe. How to Make Crack Chicken in a Slow Cooker or Crock Pot One of the things we

What's For Dinner? | Chicken Enchilada Bowl

I hope you are enjoying the chicken recopies this month as well as the fun chicken articles on raising them. One of the things I love about chicken is that it is so versatile in cooking as well as budget friendly. This next recipe is a fun and easy Mexican inspired dish. Who doesn't love Mexican food? Mexican food has always been one of my favorite cuisines, but when I started reducing my carbohydrate consumption, it was sad for me to learn how many carbs were in all my favorite foods. This Keto Chicken Enchilada Bowl, that you can make on the stove top or slow cooker, may be just the answer to your cravings. The chicken and sauce mixture could also be prepared ahead of time and frozen so

What's A Chicken Tractor?

Hope you guys all enjoyed the Low Carb Chicken Pot Pie from last week. Feel free to send these emails on to your friends so they can enjoy them as well. One of the things I talked about last week was the different kind of care we give our chickens. Remember there is two different mindsets on raising chickens. The industrial model is to keep as many birds in one area as possible, and react to problems with steroids, antibiotics, clipping beaks, and a crazy amount of work to remove manure and dead carcasses. The holistic model is to return birds as close to a natural environment as possible to give them a healthier and happier life so all the other drastic measures aren't necessary. The ea

What's For Dinner? | Low Carb Chicken Pot Pie

We had such a good response to last weeks "Pan Seared Chicken with White Wine Sauce" that I decided to do another chicken recipe this week. I'm focusing on Low Carb recipe's for a multitude of reasons, but primarily our American diet has been hijacked by the food factories and supplanted with cheap, highly refined, carbs of various shapes, sizes and tastes. The results of this food factory flop is a society that is overweight, malnourished, and out of energy. One of the hardest things about adhering to a Ketogenic diet is the craving for comfort foods. Foods that have a rich gravy sauce or a biscuit topping, but this chicken pot pie recipe does just that. For the chicken part of this reci

Let's Talk About Chicken

Did anyone enjoy the Pan Seared Chicken with White Wine sauce from April 11th? I told my good friend Fred that if he had a glass of wine for him, and a glass for the chicken that he'd be happy all evening long. All kidding aside, the chicken at the store is usually not the same quality as the chicken we raise on the farm, and that's by design. What is the nature of the farming business? It's to make a profit, the same as any other business. Without profit, you don't have a business. In order to maximize profit and reduce overhead, the industrial age mindset says that you need to raise more birds, in less space, faster. This however brings a new set of problems. Diseases Birds attacking e

What's For Dinner? | Skillet Chicken with White Wine* Sauce

Looking for something classy and Italian for dinner with not much hassle? We have a lovely chicken dish with a white wine reduction sauce, but don't let the name put you off if you do not want to use wine because we have some substitutes listed in the ingredients just for you as well. Step One: Pan sear that chicken Pour enough olive oil into a skillet to generously coat the bottom. Heat over medium heat until the oil shimmers, about 2 to 3 minutes. Season both sides of the chicken breasts with salt and pepper. Place the chicken breasts in the pan and do not move the chicken around; let it cook for about 6 minutes. Using a pair of tongs, flip the chicken and cook for an additional 6 minute

Let's Talk About The Fish

If you're a regular subscriber to our newsletter, you may have enjoyed the "Lemon Butter Fish" recipe from April 4th. For many people who grew up in the 70's and 80's like I did, the idea of fish is usually the ubiquitous fish sticks or as my friends across the pond say, fish fingers. Many times these were inadvertently frozen, partially thawed and re-frozen, giving them an off-putting taste and smell, but due to their affordability and ease of cooking, they remained a staple in many homes. I never thought much about fish as a young adult. I would fix the occasional tuna salad, or order the square fish sandwich from the fast food joint, but never "real" fish. However, as I started to lear

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