This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Foster Farms. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Recently, I have been more focused on trying to purchase more products from local companies. I see the value that it offers our community and it’s something I plan on doing more of. My family always compliments my cooking MORE when it’s grown with fresh local ingredients. Maybe they subconsciously know that what I’m feeding them is better for them.
I’m absolutely in love with the Foster Farms Simply Raised Chicken it’s my first choice when it comes to dinner ideas. While I’m doing our weekly dinner menu I always love to include chicken as much as possible since it’s one of the few things my kids will eat. The Foster Farms Simply Raised Chicken contains natural ingredients that are free of additives, preservatives, antibiotics and hormones which is very important to me. Were calling this chicken the New Comfort Food and it’s amazing because of the following:
One local food producer I’ve vowed to buy more from is Foster Farms. This past week I made something my family LOVES, their favorite home cooked meal, Chicken Parmesan. I made it with chicken from Foster Farms. And my family was definitely impressed.
I love that Foster Farms has been producing locally grown poultry for 76 years. That is quite a long heritage worth bragging about! Max and Verda Foster founded the company in 1939. I also love that the farm stayed in the family. Their very own grandson, Ron Foster, is owner.
If you see any Foster Farms fresh chicken in California, feel comfortable knowing that it is locally grown in California, is American Humane Certified, and their new Simply Raised line has no antibiotics.
I have to say that using Foster Farms chicken in my recipes makes a big difference. I love knowing where my food comes from and so does my family. Moms are always worried about everything, but buying my poultry locally from Foster Farms truly gives me peace of mind. I don’t want to add anything “extra” into my food and Foster Farms helps to ensure I don’t.
I encourage my readers to buy locally. It helps the economy so much and you’ll always get top of the line products when you purchase from local companies like Foster Farms. If you are local to California, I encourage you to check out the Foster Farms website to see what else they offer.
- Foster Farms Simply Raised Breast Fillets
- Pasta Sauce
- Mozzarella Cheese
- Place your seasoned chicken breast into a cast iron skillet and place into your oven for 10 minutes at 350 degrees.
- Remove from the oven and place on your cooktop over medium heat. Allow chicken to cook for a few minutes than pour a jar of pasta sauce completely covering chicken.
- Allow to simmer for a few minutes and top off with mozzarella cheese.
- Once the cheese has melted your Chicken Parmesan dish is complete.
- Top off with some fresh basil leaves and serve warm. Enjoy.