Happy Sunday! How are we in June already, I can’t believe it? I am so glad summer is just around the corner. I am enjoying my days off, Kindergarten just ended yay! This was definitely an interesting year as Ava did virtual school, instead of going in-person or doing hybrid like many school districts across the country. So yeah, the year was completely unreal. Anyhow, I am so happy about all the barbequing I will get to do this summer.
In April I started working with a wonderful company by the name of Pederson’s Natural Farms, as a part of their Prep Rally Campaign. The Prep Rally Campaign’s focus is on honoring and celebrating diversity. The Rally room is a way to bring people together through food, as it’s easy to make connections over food, and food is good for the soul.
They have partnered with me and three other food bloggers which include: Jennifer from www.predominantlypaleo.com, Cristina from www.thecastawaykitchen.com, and Jean from www.whatgreatgrandmaate.com. Here to help show some easy recipes and make meal planning a bit easier. The Rally room supplements the subscription meal-delivery boxes, which can be created based on your diet. There are a variety of bundles that you can subscribe to, so definitely have a look at my link below. You will receive a box every month for as long as you want and are able to cancel anytime.
What else is great here is that Pederson’s has partnered with Feeding America. Each subscription has a built-in donation to Feeding America to help feed Americans who don’t know where their next meal will be. It’s so awful that as developed and rich of country we are there are still children heading to school starving every single day. This can be particularly bad in the summer when school is out. Each $1 donation feeds up to 10 people and $5 feeds up to 50 people. Such a great opportunity to receive wonderful food and also contribute to a great cause.
Now what I love MOST about their products is that they are humanly raised, natural, and raised without artificial preservatives or antibiotics. With all the meal prepping that needs to be done during a round of Whole30, subscribing to the Whole30 Variety Bundle makes getting your proteins a lot easier. They are sugar-free and Whole30-approved. For instance, check out the recipe for these savory and sweet Spicy Jerk Meatballs by clicking on this link.
Check out this link https://pedersonsfarms.com/pages/erica-nkansah Whole30 Bundle which contains a variety of meats to meet your meal planning needs.
So today’s recipe is super simple…who doesn’t love flavorful chicken wings?! These are versatile, quick, and tasty. Plus you can say I’m a sucker for anything with lemons and capers. Wings are certainly a go-to at my house regardless if on or off Whole30. According to Wikipedia, piccata originates from Italy and usually consists of meat that has been sliced, traditionally made with veal, beef, or chicken. It is usually coated in flour, pan-fried, and served with a tangy lemon juice, caper, and butter sauce. Brought to the United States from Italian Immigrants back in the 1930s.
This recipe is made to be compliant with Whole30. Make note, I decided not to coat the chicken with any tapioca or arrowroot flour because the air fryer does a pretty good job crisping up the skin. However, if you plan to bake in the over versus in the air-fryer, then you will probably want to dust it with one of the previously mentioned compliant flours. The steps are super easy to follow. This dish turns out absolutely delicious and reheats well for lunch the next day or beyond. Enjoy with roasted russet or sweet potatoes, and dip it in your favorite Whole30 ranch!