Careful preparation makes this nutrient-dense beef liver a comfort-food favorite. After soaking, sear on each side for a restaurant-quality experience. Caramelized onions enhance the liver's sweet flavor.
Roast our Canoe Cut bones with a little salt and the marrow can used as a flavorful alternative to butter. For a delicious side dish to accompany your eggs, consider serving the rendered marrow as a luscious buttery spread on toast.
Chicken feet are high in collagen, both gut healing and joint nourishing at the same time. Enjoy them in many traditional recipes, but especially as the base of luscious broths. Broths and stock made with our chicken feet will add dimension and flavor to bases for soups and stews.
Stewing meat transforms more muscular cuts into delicate mouthfuls. Brown our pastured stew meat in a pan over high heat, toss in a pot with broth and vegetables of your choice, and cook just until the meat is fork tender.
Looks unusual, but tastes familiar. Indistinguishable in flavor from roast beef, beef tongue is a flavorful specialty cut often used in tacos and burritos.
Take your time with this specialty cut, allowing it to soften and shed its outer layer after a long, slow cooking process. The tender muscle that remains can be sliced and added to any sautéed dish for additional flavor and nutrition.
Skip the store-bought chicken pâté and impress your guests with your homemade version. Alternatively, fry our pastured chicken livers with sliced onions for a heartier dish that is packed with vitamins.
Your golden ticket to making the best bone broth, soups, and stews of your life. In addition to becoming tender when slow-cooked, our pastured pig feet are a rich source of collagen, a skin-plumping and joint-nurturing protein. This specialty cut is the secret ingredient to homemade recipes that require gelatin.
Pork Fat is used for lard rendering. Whether you're looking for crispy brussels sprouts or crunchy potatoes, lard is your secret weapon. The high smoking point makes lard excellent for frying, pan-searing, and even grilling of any kind.
Try adding our pastured pork fat to achieve the right moisture in your homemade sausages, or if you need to add flavor to your ground wild game sausage or venison burger patties.
Our pastured chicken necks are the perfect base for a nutritious and succulent stock. Simply add them to water, herbs, and vegetables of your choice for an ideal starter for any soup, stew, broth, or gravy.
Brown our pastured stew meat in a pan over high heat, toss in a pot with broth and veggies, and cook just until the meat is fork tender. Our bone-in stew meat is cut from the neck of the lamb. This collagen-rich cut will add robust body and a rounded umami flavor to your stew.
A fast-cooking, nutrient-filled lamb cut without the hefty price tag. Pan-fry or grill to medium-rare and serve as you would a steak. Use leftovers in sandwiches with crispy ciabatta, horseradish, and homemade chimichurri.
Smoked pig ears make an excellent treat for dogs. These chewy, nutritious ears help your dog maintain natural dental health for fresh breath, while the act of chewing allows your dog to release serotonin to remain calm and happy.
Our Wagyu cross marrow bones are the perfect foundation for a nourishing bone broth. Alternatively, roast these marrow bones to develop a rich bone butter perfect to spread on toast or as an alternative to traditional cooking fats.