Holiday 2018 Dinner

HOLIDAY TASTING On Saturday, December 15th from 11a - 2p. We will be doing some tastings of some of our products we will be selling this Christmas. Stop and taste the best meats and find out how to make your Christmas even better and less stressful. Because whenever you get…...
Read More

How to Prepare a Prime Rib Roast

If you’ve never prepared a prime rib roast before, you might be intimidated to cook your first one this holiday season. But you shouldn’t be! Perhaps you have cooked prime rib before but you’re ready for some new ideas for the rub. Either way, keep reading and you’ll find this timeless Christmas…...
Read More

Prime or Choice Beef

When you purchase beef, do you know what grade it is? The USDA has three grades of beef, and it really makes a difference what grade you are eating in terms of quality, taste, and recommended cooking preparation. Here is an explanation of the grades, along with why you should…...
Read More

Pig Roast Tips

For your next event, consider serving your guests a whole pig roast. It is quite the sight to see a whole pig roasting over a pit. In addition to having a delicious meal, you also want to be certain you prepare the feast in a safe manner. If this is…...
Read More

Butcher Meat VS Supermarket Meat

When it comes to purchasing meat, you have two major options—your local Rochester butcher, or a nearby supermarket. Although many people think that the supermarket meat is cheaper, there are a number of different reasons why a butcher might be the better choice. Here are a few of the top…...
Read More

Fresh vs. Frozen Turkeys

Take dinner up a notch this holiday season by selecting a turkey based on freshness and taste. Here are a few things you will need to know before deciding whether or not to buy a fresh or frozen bird. It’s the ageless question! Fresh vs. frozen First things first! There…...
Read More

Feast of Seven Fishes

The Feast of the Seven Fishes is a Christmas Eve tradition where families gather for a seven-course meal of fish and other seafood in place of meat. Christmas Eve is a day of fasting and an abundance of seafood reflects the tradition of abstaining from eating meat and animal fat…...
Read More

Cuts of Meat You Should Be Cooking

You’re already familiar with T-bone steaks and pork ribs—but there’s a whole world of meat cuts out there, and some of the less commonly known cuts are the most flavorful. Here are a few lesser-known cuts of meat you should be cooking. 1. Petit Tender Teres Major This fancy-sounding name…...
Read More