If you were to take a fresh ribeye out of our on-farm abattoir’s Cutting Room and cook it without aging it properly, it would most likely result in a tough steak. Particularly for grassfed steaks, we recommend aging the meat.
While we can wax poetic about the best way to cook a grassfed beef steak, we understand that sometimes, maybe it’s not your thing. You don’t want the pressure. You’ve had a little too much wine before dinner. Isn’t there an easier method?
For a lean piece of flank meat like a London Broil or some steaks, a combination of tenderizing the meat by hand and marinating before cooking will ensure a moist, delicious product. We go over some of our favorite ways to tenderize our grassfed beef in more detail in this blog post, but we also love this classic London Broil recipe, below. It's perfect as an entree, on sliders, or served over a big pile of vegetables!
- 2 lb White Oak Pastures Grassfed Beef London Broil
- Salt and pepper to taste
We prefer to braise grassfed beef short ribs in a flavorful stock and aromatics. By slow cooking them while they're almost submerged, these short ribs end up so tender, you could eat them with a spoon. Try grassfed beef short ribs with a rich, comforting side, like creamy polenta, greens, a slice of fresh bread, mashed potatoes, or risotto!
The significant difference between commodity sausage and pastured sausage comes down to the way the animals are raised, as well as the processing method of the farm. Our farm offers a range of sausages from six different species. Our sausages are slightly leaner, better seasoned, and made from higher-quality cuts than the average sausage you may find in the grocery store.
We’ll go ahead and say it: Tacos de Lengua is the best way to eat beef tongue. Soft, pillowy tortillas filled with flavorful, delicious chopped meat, topped with tangy salsa verde and onions. If you’ve been stuck in a same-old, same-old taco rut, Tacos de Lengua will give you fresh taco inspiration.