Reviews for: Shiloh Farm
By: Brenda Bishop (Jun 1, 2011)
If you want to cook healthy but don't have the time to spend in the kitchen then try this. The first thing In the morning take balls of aluminum foil and place In the bottom of a large slow cooker, Sit the pasture raised whole chicken on top of the balls making sure it does not touch the bottom of the pan. Season with the spices that you like, cover and turn on Low. Go about your busy day. When evening comes you will find that the smell will have your family offering to help complete the meal! They will love the taste but you will love that it is healthy for them!
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says: (Apr 21, 2012)
Cooking in aluminum or aluminum foil is un-healthy
Whole Chicken, amazing
By: Angie's BIG Love of Food n/a (May 10, 2011)
Just met Angela and her family this past weekend & they are fantastic!! We purchased our 1st whole chicken and prepared it, just like she advised me to & it came out GREAT!! They are what it's all about, sharing our love for farm fresh local food. We are definitely looking forward to enjoying everything they have to offer us. Here's our recipe:
Ingredients: 3.8 lbs frozen whole chicken 1 lemon, zested and sliced 1/2 onion, quartered 1 T rosemary, chopped 1 clove garlic, grated Seasoned with olive oil, salt, white pepper and paprika
Approximate cooking time: 20 mins per LB
Preheat oven to 350F. In a 5 qt dutch oven, lay lemon slices on bottom, place chicken (still frozen) on top of lemons, then add in onions. Wait to season it til it's cooked a bit. Cook covered for 1 hour, then remove and add rosemary, garlic, olive oil, salt, pepper and paprika. Place back in oven and cook for an additional 30 mins. Then remove lid and continue cooking about 20 mins to brown the skin. Remove and let rest for 10 mins. Serve and ENJOY!!!
wonderful flavor, excellent quality!
By: mavis negroni (Jan 29, 2011)
i purchased a turkey and 2 boiler hens in december and they were delicious! the drive out to shiloh farm is beautiful and the difference between a locally raised, grass fed poultry product and supermarket poultry is like night and day. the additional perk of knowing that the food is locally produced, humanly treated, grass fed with no hormones or antibiotics is reason enough to make the change. we should be as careful about what we put in our bodies as we tend to be about what we put on them. a healthy lifestyle begins within. i'll be ordering chickens, eggs and produce from shiloh farms.
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says: (Feb 4, 2011)
Thanks so much. We are glad others enjoy our grass fed chickens and turkeys as much as we do!