Time to Place your Order!

With the official start of Summer just around the corner there hasn’t been a better time to think about ordering some Premium Pastured products!

The chickens are well on their way to becoming some delicious dish–fried chicken and potato salad say “Summer” like nothing else.

Our first batch of chickens will be butchered in early July and the second batch the beginning of August; so there is still time to put in your order and reserve the best chicken around for your summer picnics and to fill the freezer for great meals all year!

 

It is also time to think about ordering pork for this fall.  We will have PotterVilla Pastured Pork available in November or December again this year.  Prices for the Fall of 2013 are as follows:

Pork prices start at $2.85 per pound hanging weight for whole hog orders. These prices include processing for standard cutting instructions. Sausage links, patties, and some other things may incur an additional charge.

Whole Hog — $2.85/lb hanging weight
Half a Hog — $2.95/lb hanging weight
Quarter Hog — $3.10/lb hanging weight

There is nothing like the feeling of having meat in the freezer!  Place your order today so you know that you’ll be able to “shop” from your freezer all winter!

 

With Summer right around the corner here’s a great recipe for grilled chicken

Summer Sensation Grilled Chicken:

1 fresh or completely thawed PotterVilla Pastures’ chicken, de-boned

Salt

Morton Nature’s Seasoning

Italian salad dressing

After de-boning chicken, pull the tenders off of the breast pieces and place the chicken parts in  a bowl or seal-able bag and  partially cover with Italian dressing.  Marinate for 3-4 hours or overnight. Preheat Grill to hot.  Cover grilling surface with Aluminum foil to hold marinade while grilling.  Place chicken pieces on grill and season to taste with Morton Nature’s Seasoning, and salt if desired.  Pour marinade over pieces and grill until just seared before turning.  Watch small pieces carefully as they will cook much faster than the breasts and thighs.  Cook until an instant read meat thermometer reads 160 degrees.  Enjoy!

 

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