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Muddy River Pork Hocks

$11.99 $11.79
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2.25 lbs. Average

Grandma's Green Beans & New Potatoes
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Slow Cook, Braise, Grill
Woodland Raised Pork

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Smoked Hocks are big on flavor and don't break the bank. So many ways to enjoy but our favorites include Southern preparations.

Green Beans and Potatoes
This southern classic is always a hit! 
Course: Main Course, Side Dish
Cuisine: American, Southern
Keywords: Ham Hocks, Green Beans, New Potatoes
Servings: 8 servings
Author: The Southern Lady Cooks

Prep Time: 15 mins
Cook Time: 1 hr 15 mins
Total Time: 1 hr 30 mins

Ingredients
2 lbs fresh green beans (Remove ends and break into pieces and wash the beans)
6 or 7 red potatoes cut in pieces (I have made this using any kind of potatoes)
1 to 2 cups chicken broth or 1 14.5 ounce can (You don't have to use the chicken broth. I just think it makes them better)
1 ham hock (You can use cooked ham, bacon, pork jowl or salt pork about a half cup, chopped)
2 to 3 cups water
1/2 teaspoon black pepper
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup finely diced onion - Optional
1 teaspoon minced garlic - Optional

Instructions
Combine all ingredients in a large pot, bring to a boil, then turn to medium low and cook about 1 1/2 hours until potatoes are done and water has cooked down. You can also do this in the crockpot and let cook on low 6 to 7 hours or high 4 hours.


When pigs are raised on pasture, with access to natural forage and plenty of sunshine, their meat and fat are also richer in micronutrients, particularly fat-soluble vitamins E and D, as well as minerals like selenium.

These pigs are a heritage breed. This means they have not been genetically modified. They live a full 12 months and mature naturally which produces higher quality pork. Muddy River Homestead pigs are raised without the use of hormones, antibiotics, and any other unnecessary medications and chemicals.

Muddy River Homestead

When pigs are raised on pasture, with access to natural forage and plenty of sunshine, their meat and fat are richer in micronutrients, particularly fat-soluble vitamins E and D, as well as minerals like selenium.

Farm Born

We birth all piglets on farm because that way we can make sure our sows are healthy and happy. A healthy and happy mama makes healthy piglets. We care about the wellness of our animals and believe in natural farrowing without the use of farrowing crates. We're involved in every step of the way to ensure the best quality of pork.


Woodland Raised

Once the piglets are ready to be on their own, we pasture raise them in 55 acres of woods. Allowing pigs to be raised on pasture gives them the opportunity to root naturally and forge for essential nutrients from nuts, berries, and insects not present in commercial feeds. Not only is it beneficial to animals but also to the environment. Foraging and rooting promote new growth in the woods.

All Natural

Our pigs are a heritage breed; this meaning they have not been genetically modified. They live a full 12 months and mature naturally which produces higher quality pork. Our pigs are raised without the use of hormones, antibiotics, and any other unnecessary medications and chemicals. The pigs receive a farm researched vitamin supply mixed right on the farm.

 

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