Grassfed Barbecue Hamburgers

(Makes 4 Hamburgers)Ingredients1 lb Jubilee Farm grass-fed ground beef or Pork1.5 tablespoon ketchup1 tablespoon prepared mustard1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce1 tablespoon distilled white vinegar1 small onion, grated1/2 small green bell pepper, finely chopped InstructionsPreheat an outdoor grill for medium-high heat and lightly oil grate. In a large bowl, combine ground beef, ketchup, mustard, Worcestershire sauce, vinegar, grated onion and bell pepper. Mix well and shape into patties. Place burgers on grill and cook for 3 to 4 minutes per side, or until done.

Dijon Horseradish Pork Loin

Ingredients:3 Jubilee Boneless Pork Loin Chops1/4 cup Dijon Mustard2 TBL Horseradish1 TBL Rosemary chopped2 tsp Garlic, minced1 Lemon, juicedSalt & Pepper to tasteInstructions: Combine all ingredients, but pork loin and mix well.Rub pork loin down with Dijon herb mixture and allow to marinate for as few as 4 hours or up to two days. Roast in the oven at 375F for 15-25 minutes depending on thickness (or an internal temperature of 150F is reached).Remove from the oven once your desired temperature is reached. Allow to rest for 5 minutes. Slice, serve and enjoy.I often like to serve this with a little added horseradish kick in the form of a horseradish sour cream on the side.Recipe Credit to: Jenni Harris

Sweet, Smoky Instant Pot Baby Back Ribs

If you don't have a smoker, you can still make tender, falling-off-the-bone, finger-licking-good ribs with a few quality ingredients, using one of our favorite new appliances: a pressure cooker, commonly called an Instant Pot.

Tex-Mex Ground Grassfed Beef Tacos

Sometimes, when you’re in the mood for tacos, there is only one that will truly hit the spot: classic Tex-Mex tacos. As long as you have the delicious ground beef, an overflowing toppings bar, and the crunchy hard shells, this meal is guaranteed to be a crowd favorite.

Jalapeno Tomato Bacon Braised Chicken

Ingredients6 slices of Jubilee Bacon1 Jubilee Small or Medium sized Whole Chicken 8-way cut 1 tbsp olive oil2 jalapenos diced1 tomato diced1/3 cup white wine1 onion diced2 cloves of garlic minced1/2 lemon juiced1/2 cup chicken broth1/4 cup fresh rosemarySalt & Pepper to taste InstructionsSlice Bacon into small strips and crisp in large saute pan. Once crisp and browned, remove bacon to plate. Season flour with salt and pepper and lightly dust chicken pieces. Add oil to pan and sear chicken on both sides till lightly browned then remove to plate. Add onion & jalapeno to pan and saute until fragrant (about 2 minutes) add in garlic and cook for 1 minute then add tomatoes and cook for 2-3 minutes. Deglaze your pan with white wine and lemon juice then reduce liquid to half (about 4 minutes). Add chicken and bacon to pan along with fresh rosemary and chicken stock. Cover pan with a lid or foil and finish in the oven at 300F for 45-60min or until fork tender. Remove chicken to a platter and serve with pan sauce on side.

A Time For Thankfulness

A few days ago Tim challenged all the Jubilee Farm Families to take a few minutes to reflect and be thankful and to share a few things they were thankful for. We really appreciate all of your responses. Thank you for taking the time to share. food I am thankful for living in a wonderful country like Canada . I am very grateful to have a cottage in beautiful and peaceful PEC. So thankful I have been blessed with good health. Also my family is healthy. My wonderful family around the world and the wonderful lifelong friends and new friends along the way My 7 children and 13 grandchildren first and foremost! I’ve always wanted to be a mom and grandchildren are an extra bonus. The many new friendships I have made recently, primarily on Facebook, as people sort themselves into categories of libertarian versus authoritarian. My child. I am extremely thankful for our many blessings - of faith and health and happiness and comfort everyday. Yes, our little family of 3 sons, an awesome DIL and two 'perfect' grandsons are our biggest blessing of all. I've just finished radiation for prostate cancer. I'm grateful for the complete care and compassion of staff at the Cancer Centre and for a health care system, however imperfect, that allows everyone to have this care regardless of ability to pay. the useful side of technology - video chat and conferencing to stay in touch during the pandemic and to learn from teachers whom I've not been able to go learn with in-person Gods patience with me The lights of my life are my grand daughters. Each brings her own challenge for their parents, but for me they fill my heart to overflowing. Being able to provide for my family and keep everyone healthy and happy. Family will always come first For this later stage of life one can see their mistakes more clearly but also how forgiveness allows hope to rule the day. I am struggling with stage III cancer and I am so grateful to have the love and support of friends and a loving caring daughter. I have work. I can pay my bills. I have food on the table and a home to live in. Everyone who is doing their part to keep us all safe at this crazy time. My wonderful husband who is a blessing to me each and every day. Life is a joy with him❤️ My connection with Jubilee and the delicious foods that come from the farm. My God who gave me life. I am also thankful that i have come to a point in my life, where i do not spend my time worrying. Worry is needless 95% of time, worry will never change the end result (IF i hear something bad, that's soon enough to worry), and lastly, all the time i spend worrying, is time i can never get back....not even God can return that time to me for a 'do over'. I am blessed that i have learned that God is in control.....and i'm getting much much better at turning it over to Him, without trying to help him or advise Him how it all should end. I am thankful for that peace everyday. Friends and family who help and support each other in every way, even to the smallest detail.being able to walk and access to so many beautiful trails and outdoor spaces to go walking Beauty of nature The fact that I do have a full time job, and even in these difficult times, the bills get paid.Having access to smaller farms to build relations with local producers and the freedom to choose products that are better for my family and for the earth. Health of all family members, although some struggle, we are alive and relationships with family and friendsI feel blessed to live in Canada. The good health of my family and myself! Nature in all its splendour! The birds with their colours, markings and different characteristics. The animals that are scurrying around during this time of year. So many little blessings for sure! Wonderful new health technology that hardly anyone knows about, such as ASEA, LifeWave patches, and VoxxSocks. Feel free to ask me about these. I am now a distributor of all three products. Friends/Family Thankful to Jubilee Forest Farms for giving a young man a good solid chance. health and safety of loved ones Opportunities to make a better life for myself, and to give to others when I prosper The opportunity to spend more time with my family this year.

5 Principles of Soil Health

In the everyday work here at Jubilee most of the decisions we make, in one way or another, are driven by the goal of continuing to grow and protect soil. Here are five principles to soil health that were developed by nature over eons of time that we are committed to following as best we can.