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Field and Food

Revive. Recharge. Reset. Insightful notes and inspiring recipes from a regenerative way of life.

Maple and bacon is a delicious combination that pairs beautifully with fall squash. This simple side dish requires only a few ingredients. Plus, the bacon and the squash cook in the same pan so you don’t need to add any oil. The bacon infuses the squash with flavor and the maple syrup adds a touch of sweetness. Perfection! 
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The griddled ham and cheese made with Grass Roots' Hickory Smoked Thinly Sliced Ham and homemade pimento cheese is a sandwich to write home about. We recommend a good thick cut country white bread or your favorite bread to pack in all the tasty ingredients.
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A sandwich is as quick and easy as you want it to be, but it can also be an elaborate array of flavor and technique. Personally, I don’t think that there’s one component of a sandwich that is more important than the other. From the bread to the spread to the pickles or the jam—each has a place and a purpose.  The best sandwiches are thought-out and layered with carefully chosen ingredients.
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This recipe for smothered pasture-raised pork chops is quick and easy, and is a healthier upgrade on the traditional flour dredged chops found in most diners. A good cast iron skillet or steel pan is key to getting a good sear on the pork chop.
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