patience farm recipes

A delicious way to enjoy your favorite pork chop.


2 pork chops 

Patience Farm Lard

1 bottle of beer 

1 Tb mustard 

1 Tb brown sugar 


1. Salt pork chops on both sides 

2. Heat a tablespoon of lard in a pan. Add pork chops. Cook for about 5 minutes (browning the first side) 

3. Flip the chops and cook for approximately 5 minutes. Remove from the pan when the chops have reached in internal temp of 145F and the second side is browned. 

4. While the chops are resting, add the beer to deglaze the pan and then add the brown sugar and mustard. Simmer until reduced to coat the back of a spoon. 

5. Slice the chops and drizzle the sauce over to serve 

13 views0 comments

Updated: Nov 9, 2020

Sausages, braised greens and roasted potatoes is a go-to quick meal dinner around here. Mustard greens are our family favorite but any dark leafy green will suffice! To round the plate out, roast some potatoes in rendered bacon fat or whip up some creamy mashed potatoes!


1 lb (3) Patience Farm Sausages

8C chopped greens (e.g. kale, mustards, swiss chard, etc.) 

1C pork broth 

1/2 tsp salt 


1. Bring broth and salt to a simmer in a pot then add chopped greens. Simmer covered for 15 minutes. 

2. Uncover, stir and simmer for 15 more minutes. The goal is to reduce the broth and finish cooking the greens. 

3. Cook the sausages in a pan using instructions in our video

Plate and enjoy!

11 views0 comments

Rich and hearty, our Chorizo is a perfect match with potatoes. Excellent on tacos, alongside some green salsa and a few sprigs of cilantro. Also, awesome with eggs for breakfast or sprinkled over fried tortilla chips and dressed with black beans and cheese.


1 lb Patience Farm Chorizo  2 medium potatoes  1 small onion


1. Preheat oven to 400F 2. Cube potatoes and chop onions  3. Put potatoes and onions in a small casserole pan and put the chorizo on top. 4. Bake the casserole in the oven for 25 min.  5. Stir the casserole and bake again for 20-35 min; until the potatoes are cooked through and the Chorizo is a little crispy at the edges

Serve on tortillas with your favorite toppings!

15 views0 comments