Grass-fed Prime Rib Roast

From the Rib

 

The Prime Rib Roast, also known as the Standing Rib Roast, is the premier beef roast as it contains several of the more tender muscle groups tucked neatly in a rack of ribs. It’s a special holiday cut offered only during the month of December. Consider ordering one (can contain up to 7 ribs and weigh as much as 6 lbs.) if you want to impress friends and family for the holidays. Consider one pound will server about 2 1/2 people.

The recipes below will help make the most of your Prime Rib. Take special care to cook your roast low and slow and make sure to use that meat thermometer!

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Grass-fed Brisket

From the Brisket

 

Brisket is one of those cuts of meat that require special attention. Once considered a lesser cut often left to people on tight budgets and big families, the creative ways in which people have adapted recipes and cooking techniques to overcome its toughness, has made it a special treat often associated with holidays as well as a deli counter favorite.

The recipes below will help make your brisket purchase equally special.

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Grass-fed Tri Tip

From the Bottom Sirloin

 

The classic ‘left coast’ roast (discovered to be a great cut for roasting by a grocer in Santa Maria, CA). The Tri Tip Roast is a barbecue favorite. Can also be roasted in the oven. Takes marinade well, but not necessary.

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Grass-fed Beef Cross Rib Roast

From the Chuck

 

The Cross Rib Roast is the Chuck Roast’s leaner cousin (not to be confused with Prime Rib Roast). It is likewise easy to prepare and versatile. Suited more for slow, long cooking, or cut up for kabobs, marinated and grilled.

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Grass-fed Beef Chuck Roast

From the Chuck

 

The Chuck Roast is one of our most popular roasts and for good reason. Easy to prepare and versatile, the chuck roast a favorite item for winter stews and summer kabobs. Well suited for marinating if using for kabobs, or dry rubbed for roasting, or straight into the pot for pot roast.

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