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Field and Food

Revive. Recharge. Reset. Insightful notes and inspiring recipes from a regenerative way of life.

This little sandwich is magical. Everything about it screams delicious. Our crispy pork cutlets are stacked with cabbage and pickles on soft milk bread with mayo and savory tonkatsu sauce. It’s no wonder that it’s a staple in Japanese cuisine.
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By Chef Phillip Schaaf Bacon ends and pieces are the uneven trimmings left over from squaring up the bacon slab before it is sliced. This recipe is an easy and elegant way to utilize these trimmings for a quick weeknight...
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Thai flavors are bold and dynamic and they will pair well with the shoulder steak. Herbaceous, sweet, spicy and sour, Thai cuisine is so distinctive and delicious. The preparations are often very simple, while the resulting flavors are full of complexity. This depth of flavor comes from a few staple ingredients found in every Thai pantry. 
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By now you’ve probably heard that the Instant Pot is the easiest way to make pretty much anything ever and meatballs are no exception! This recipe is keto and paleo friendly, low-carb, gluten and dairy free. It also provides several servings of veggies from the spinach and the zoodles.
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