If You Are Concerned About The Source of Your Meat, Then This Post is For You
I love meat but really don’t love commercially raised feedlot animals. As I became pickier and pickier in selecting the meats I choose for my family and friends, I found the quality harder to find in easy to shop food locations.
When I did find grass-fed beef, it was expensive!
To the tune of $20.00 each 6 ounce steak expensive.
At that price, not many people can afford to eat grass-fed beef.
Butcher Block is a company that specializes in grass-fed beef, organic chicken and heirloom pork. And the home deliver is sustainable packaging, not Styrofoam.
I ordered a box of mixed meats from them and got: 2 – 6 ounce Filet Mignon, 2 – NY Strips, 2 # ground beef, 2 sirloin steaks, 1 pork tenderloin and 1 bag of chicken tenderloin. Each box has 8-11 pounds of meat per box which is enough to make 20-28 meals.
I arranged for anyone ordering their Butcher Block Box through this link, to get:
If you don’t eat bacon, then I’m absolutely positive there is someone you know who does who you could gift it to. But I have to tell you , it makes the most amazing BLT you will ever eat. Just saying.
Here is a video about the company. Watch, decide, the follow the link to order your box.
You’ll be glad you can get this quality of excellent meat shipped to your door at a price you can afford.
Here’s the link again:
Now the biggest decision you need to make is to choose from one of the options:
There are 5 boxes to choose from: 1) all beef, 2) beef and chicken, 3) beef and pork, 4) chicken and pork, 5) Classic mixed box: beef, chicken, and pork.
I got the Classic Mixed Box and was more than satisfied with it. 8-11 pounds of meat per box which is enough to make 20-28 meals.
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Here is a video recipe for Homemade All Natural Dog Treats
Easy to make and perfect to treat your furry friend. Best of all, you know what is in the treat you are giving your dogs.
The biggest trick is to leave these dog treats in a low temp oven until they are crisp and hard.
Printed recipe is at the end of this post.
Hush Puppy Natural Homemade Dog Treats
Get the kids to help!
2 cups whole wheat flour
2 cups oatmeal
1 cup peanut butter
1 cup bacon grease
1 cup parsley
Mix it all together, roll out and cut into desired shapes. Bake at 375 degrees F for 10 minutes, then turn the oven off and let the biscuits stay in the warm oven until they are hard and crispy. Overnight on 140 degrees does a great job of this!
Bag or jar the dog treats once completely cool. Label them so humans don’t think they are cookies. You would think the aroma would give it away, but these days, you never know. My husband walked by and nipped a bit of what he thought was “cookie dough”…a fraction of a second later I hear “Ew! What is that!?”
Lesson learned: Don’t nip dough.
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Hints for bacon grease: Save what you cook in the fridge. Ask your favorite restaurant, neighbors or even local culinary school to save it for you or offer to buy it. (They will most often give it to you, but you have to ask!)
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