Reil Ranch's Blog
When we celebrated Westin's (our oldest sons) birthday I had to prepare a meal for our large, extended family. Wes requested our favorite sloppy joes... here's how I make them:
It's been so cold here lately (-12 last week) and the boys have been wanting hot chocolate to warm up. You might not believe the ingredients, but trust me on this one and give it a try!
I thought you might be curious what our cows eat in the winter since it's no secret our pastures are covered in snow this time of year. I'm sharing how our cattle can be truly 100% grass fed and grass finished, from start to finish, even though we have snow covered pastures this time of year.
There's no arguing that tenderloin steaks are definitely the smallest cut, but what they lack in size they make up in every other area. They are melt in your mouth delicious, so tender and never disappoint.
I'll be honest, I am not the griller in the household so I prefer to cook my steaks on the stove and this method never lets me down.
Here's how we make Instant Pot Bone Broth! It's a great option when you don't have 24-48 hours to make broth in the crock pot! (If don't have an instant pot or have a little more time on your hands.. check out my crock pot recipe here.)
If you're looking for an easy homemade bone broth recipe, this is it! Bone broth is something we almost always have on hand. I use it in a wide variety of recipes, we sip it when we're sick or trying to avoid getting sick AND we even add it to unexpected treats like popsicles and smoothies! Give it a try and enjoy!