Red Meat Cooking Tips
Most of us were raised to fear raw meat. Under cook chicken - you could get sick. Over cook meat - you just ruined dinner. Cooking meat can be fun; you just need to understand some basic rules.
Braised Short Ribs
Short ribs may seem daunting to cook, but they’re actually quite simple – they just require the use of slow cooking methods, such as sous-vide, braising, or stewing. This recipe is inspired by a recipe in Marcus Samuelsson’s "The Red Rooster Cookbook".
The Ultimate Grilled Steak
Whether or not you choose from one of the classic steaks like Ribeye or New York Strip or go for an unusual cut lie Flat Iron or Denver Steak, find your favorite, and have fun cooking it!
Bistecca alla Fiorentina
This giant, decadent Tuscan-style steak is a classic Italian centerpiece perfectly paired with Rosemary Braised Cannellini Beans. This luscious cut is traditionally served rare, but we won’t judge you if you cook it a little further!
Summer Spice Rubbed Tri-Tip Roast
This is one of our favorite cuts of beef to grill, and this floral, earthy rub is the perfect accent to the roast’s meaty flavor while the salsa adds a bright, peppery punch.
Chuck Eye Pot Roast
This traditional braise is sure to warm the bellies and hearts of those you share it with. The rich beef and broth soak through the vegetables and make this a warm and flavorful dish.
This is our go-to Taco Night with our dinner table full of bowls of Spicy Black Beans, Arroz Verde and toasted Corn Tortilla Tacos starring Pulled Pork, Carne Asada, or Mexican Chorizo served with Jalapeño Cilantro Slaw, Queso Fresco, Limes, and Avocados.
Rosemary Pesto Rubbed Leg of Lamb
Our Butchers hand select and trim each boneless leg of lamb and stuff into netting, ready to roast. This is flavorful marinate highlights the lamb’s natural richness and makes a beautiful, fragrantly roasted centerpiece.
Cast Iron Seared Steak with Dijon Pan Sauce
What could be simpler than searing a steak and making a sauce from the pan drippings? Dijon Mustard, Worcestershire Sauce, and Thyme accent the steak's rich, meaty flavor.
King Prime Rib
Serving Prime Rib for a Holiday Dinner or a friendly get together is the ultimate feast! Not only will it feed a large crowd, but it is one of the most hands-off recipes you can make, leaving more time to enjoy family and friends!
Corned Beef and Cabbage
This traditional Irish dish is sure to warm the bellies and hearts of those you share it with. The rich beef and broth soak through the vegetables and make this a warm and flavorful dish. Our butchers have brined, cured, and poached the corned beef – it’s delicious and recipe ready!
One of the most well-known Korean traditional foods, bulgogi, literally "fire meat", is a gui made of thin, marinated slices of beef or pork grilled on a barbecue or on a stove-top griddle. It’s mildly sweet, savory, smoky, juicy and tender delicious!
This is one of our favorite winter weather recipes. It's hearty & easy to make, but if you want to take your time with it and add a little flare, we've offered some suggestions, but get creative and make it your own!