Yonder Way Farm & Bacon Deviled Eggs

untitled-20How many of you know your farmer? Can say you have met the wife and kids? I am sure it is a very small population of people who can answer yes to both of those questions. Luckily I am one of them.

I have been buying pork, chicken, eggs, and beef from Yonder Way Farms for about 2 years.  If you live the Houston area, I definitely recommend checking them out. The best part about Jason is his openness and honesty towards his customers.  Every time I pick up, he is always willing to answer any question I have, including questions about feed and living conditions of his animals. The fact that you can pick up at the farm always gave me a sense of comfort, not that I actually ventured out there, but yesterday that changed. Yonder Way sent out a potluck invite to all of there customers. About 50 families showed up including many kiddos running around. It was great to see such a wonderful, supportive community show up. untitled-61

Gathering together to start the tour before dinner.

untitled-66Jason and his wife , they definitely seem like two peas in a pod.

The night started with about an hour tour where Jason explained the ins and outs of his operation and walked us around the property.  You could tell the kids were having a blast (well all except the kid who got stuck in the mud, to bad I missed that photo op). untitled-96untitled-2untitled-83untitled-138untitled-77untitled-103


I was truly surprised on how free the animals are to just roam around. I mean this pig was just walking between all of us, totally unfazed by us. All the animals truly are free range. Oh and those turkeys sitting on that fence, those are like the happiest turkeys alive because they are Jason’s PETS, he is not selling those for your Thanksgiving table.

untitled-119Oh and this dog here, he had some courage to just sit on my leg since I am not a dog person. But we had a moment, I guess the fresh air makes me likable.



Next was on to the chicken area and pig pond.  And yes it is November in Texas, shorts can still be worn.

untitled-57untitled-46untitled-144untitled-147This place really is the real deal.  I mean the open spaces that the animals have are just incredible. Really reaffirms my commitment to buy from Yonder Way. untitled-99

Around 5:30 the sun starting setting fast, so we all gathered under the trees to dine together.

untitled-164untitled-167untitled-172What truly is remarkable to me, is that Yonder Way feeds their pigs and chicken a non GMO, no soy or corn feed and that this community supports that decision by paying the extra cost. I love that I belong to a community that is willing to do what is right when it comes to our food.

Thank you Jason and Lynsey, we couldn’t ask for two better and nicer people to do the hard work necessary to bring us all truly sustainable meat.

Now on to the recipe…

I brought along two dishes to the potluck.  One was the No-Bake Samoas Cookies found here. I rolled them in the melted chocolate this time and put them into individual mini cupcake holders.

The second dish was Bacon Deviled Eggs which ended up being super delicious.

2013-11-16 12.12.43 Ingredients:

  • 24 hard boiled eggs (I boiled mine in the pressure cooker, makes them super easy to peel)
  • 4 strips of thick cut bacon, plus two tbs of bacon grease
  • 1/2 cup homemade mayo
  • 1/2 tsp dijon mustard
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 1 tbs chopped scallions, plus more to garnish


  • Hard boil eggs by method of choice, I did this 1 day ahead of time and stored them in the fridge.
  • Peel eggs and cut in half lengthwise removing yolk into large bowl. Place whites on a platter.
  • Cut bacon into small strips and fry until crisp, moving to a paper towel once done.  Strain the bacon grease and add 2 tbs to the egg yolks.
  • Add mayo, mustard, salt, pepper, and scallions to the egg yolks. Mix with a had mixer for approximately 30 seconds or until everything is incorporated and starts to look smooth.
  • Add mixture into ziplock bag and cut a small hole in one of the corners.
  • Fill egg whites with egg yolk mixture.
  • Garnish with bacon and scallions.
  • Keep refrigerated until ready to serve.








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