INSTAGRAM: July 16, 2016 at 02:18PM

Thank you @thedefineddish for this awesome LEMON PEPPER BAKED CHICKEN WINGS recipe and pic! More info on the @thedefineddish blog! Ingredients: o 2.5 lbs. Split Chicken Wings o 2 tbsp. oil o 6 cloves of garlic, minced o zest of 1 lemon o juice of 1 lemon o 1 tsp. salt o 1/2 tsp. pepper o 1/4 tsp. cayenne (we use #fiestaspices) o 1/4 tsp. paprika o 1 tbsp. #omghee o freshly chopped parsley, for garnish Method: 1. Rinse and pat dry the chicken wings. 2. In a large bowl, combine the wings with the oil, garlic, lemon zest, lemon, cayenne, paprika, salt and pepper. Toss until well combined. Let marinate at room temperature for at least 30 minutes, or cover and marinate in the fridge all day. 3. Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Wrap a cooking sheet in foil. Place a wire rack over the foil wrapped sheet. Spray wire rack with whole 30 approved cooking spray or grease with oil. Using tongs, evenly place the wings on top of the wire rack, reserving any remaining marinade in the bowl for later. 4. Place wings in the oven and bake for 35-40 minutes, or until the skins are crisp and browned. 5. Meanwhile, when your wings are about 10 minutes from being ready, heat the remaining marinade (there really isn’t much of this but every little bit helps) in a small skillet or saucepan over medium heat. Bring to a boil, then reduce heat down to low and add 1 tbsp. of #omghee, whisking occasionally and making sure it does not burn, until the wings are done. 6. When wings are done, remove with a spatula and into a bowl. Pour the marinade/melted #omghee mixture over the top and gently toss once more. Garnish with a bit of chopped parsley (optional). Serve and enjoy!
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INSTAGRAM: July 15, 2016 at 11:25AM

Little jealous of this breakfast made by @aupairinthekitchen. Ezekiel toast with smashed avacado and an #Omghee cooked egg on top along with some @flavorgod seasoning sprinkled all over. Some strawberries and crispy bacon thrown about too! Beautiful breakfast @aupairinthekitchen!
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INSTAGRAM: July 14, 2016 at 10:29PM

Apple spinach garlic encrusted @5280meat pork chop Prep: Finely chop two parts spinach to one part apple and one garlic clove. With this incorporate bread crumbs or @porkdust , Parmesan, and lemon juice. Lastly add a few drops of @kasandrinos olive oil and stir it until well blended. Pat this mixture on to the pork chop and let sit for at least twenty minutes. After 20 minutes throw that #omghee into the frying pan and let it get hot. When ready to pan fry just season with salt, pepper, and @flavorgod lemon garlic. Cook on all sides, including bone side and fat cap. Cook until cooked through (145 degrees Fahrenheit) let rest for ten minutes serve and enjoy!
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INSTAGRAM: July 14, 2016 at 11:35AM

Shrimpin' ain't easy! @dinnerformary thinks it is though with his creative meal. @dinnerformary egg washed some shrimp and threw around in some @porkdust before frying them up with some #omghee. Mary is one lucky lady to be dining on these bad boys:)
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INSTAGRAM: July 13, 2016 at 10:57PM

http://ift.tt/29OnogT In my hands is our first official sample jar of ghee made from holy cows that have been hand milked, made from hand churned butter, and on a wood burning fire. 1. These cows are not artificially impregnated. 2. Calves are never separated from their mother and the cows are milked only after the kiddos have had their fair share of their mothers milk. 3. Milked by hand. No machinery ever used on the cows. Never sold for slaughter and never separated from their family. After they stop producing milk they help the farmers cultivate the land. Once they are too old to help they live peacefully. When they pass they are cremated with a ceremony. 4. The ghee is made from from the hand milked cream, which is then hand churned to butter, and then turned to ghee over a wooden flame. 4. The practice of making ghee in this traditional way has become even more rare due to large mass production dairy businesses. Big dairy businesses refuse to pay fair price for this milk leaving the farmers with no other viable option to sell their milk to. I've flown out and met with these farmers and the non profits trying to protect them. My father has gone back and forth 3 times working on this. If we can create a revenue stream for dairy produced in this fashion than we have purchase power and a foot in the door. 5. Once we have a foot in the door and this enters circulation in America then we have viable proof than an American farmer has options to treat his animals and produce his dairy in a different manner and he can still support his business. 5. This is very wishful thinking but I think it can be done. I think we just need an example and a market demand for it and people will pay attention. What do you guys think? A few hundred people throw in $20 and it can really give me the breathing room I need to move ahead with this and other projects/products.
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INSTAGRAM: July 13, 2016 at 01:15PM

We've started a @gofundme and the link is below and in our IG profile. We are trying to raise 15k. We have a lot of amazing certified organic products we are trying to come out with like virgin coconut oil, spices, Ayurvedic powders, and ghee made from holy protected for life cows. I'll post more about all those later. I started this business with no bank loans or investors. We've been reinvesting every penny to keep up with the growth and to better our service to you. The cost of doing business is not cheap and competing with faceless brands with large wallets is not easy. If a few hundred people are kind enough to support my team of family and best friends with a $20 donation it would make a huge difference in the challenges we are facing. I'll post more about this later. Thanks again for your support! http://ift.tt/29OnogT
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INSTAGRAM: July 11, 2016 at 10:32PM

How pretty, beautiful, and golden rich do those spring batch jars of #Omghee look? Thanks for the pic @easypaleo! All spring batch orders are currently being shipped. We are hoping to get them all out by Wednesday! Only a few 32oz jars left so if you want any of our best annual batch get those orders in sooner than later:)
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INSTAGRAM: July 11, 2016 at 12:04PM

Thanks to @fitslowcookerqueen for letting us know it's possible to make an amazing veggie frittata in a slow cooker! Who knew?!?! Made with #omghee, @flavorgod, and a handful of other simple ingredients. Recipe on @fitslowcookerqueen IG account:)
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