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With more time at home, you can confidently reach for beef as a reliable staple to nourish yourself and your family. Beef is not only an excellent source of protein; it also provides bodies with the strength to thrive throughout all stages of life. To ensure you are armed with knowledge to have the best eating experiencing with beef, we are here to provide tips on how to safely freeze, thaw, store and prepare beef when cooking at home.
Whether you're looking for a lean cut for a family dinner or a tender cut for your holiday roast, our collections will provide you with everything you need to know when you're at the meat case
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The versatility of Ground Beef has made it one of America’s all-time favorite go-to cuts. From hamburgers to lasagna, tacos to meatloaf, Ground Beef offers quick, easy and delicious options for any meal.
Whether you want to roast it in the oven or set-it-and-forget-it in the slow cooker, Corned Beef offers a flavorful meal that the whole family will enjoy. Check out some of our delicious Corned Beef recipes.
For special occasions, or just a nice family dinner, you’ll want to make sure you’re giving your friends and family the absolute best, so it’s only fitting to want to serve them a delicious meal with Prime Rib.
Beef Jerky can be an easy way to add extra flavor to your meal or enjoyed by itself to add additional protein to your diet throughout the day.
Smoking meat is a beloved low and slow cooking method used to create some favorite BBQ staples like Brisket and Ribs.
This cooking method is a favorite for good reason: it’s easy and results in a tender, flavorful meal.
This method of cooking involves sealing food in a specific air-tight plastic bag and placing them in a temperature-controlled water environment.
Do you know the difference between medium and medium-rare? Do you like your steak to be 145ºF? A meat thermometer and these tips on determining doneness for steaks, Ground Beef and roasts will help ensure that your beef is safe and delicious.
Beef has long been America’s favorite protein as it delivers great flavor and nutrition. These tips will give you a better understanding of how to decipher your choices at the meat case and how to properly store, prepare and cook beef.
While most cuts taste great with just a pinch of salt and pepper, the chance to boost flavor with a host of savory marinades or rubs invites exploration and takes your beef to new flavor heights.
While it all comes down to personal preference, we have compiled some general guidelines to finding the perfect beef and alcohol pairing.