I just found this blog and am THRILLED that you've started it !!Love the recipes too. Please include some recipes for grass-fed beef !
hey sheri, love the site :) gourds
Sheri, love the blog a good way for all of us to share what we all belive in
Glad you started this :) 2nd the request for grass-fed beef recipes.Thanks for the intro and pix of family and Polyface team.
HiThis will be great.Are the "franks" cooked?
Hey all...glad that you are enjoying the site. In response to the hot dog question - Yes they are cooked. In response to the grass-fed beef recipes. I'll start working on that. :o)
Yea! LOVE the blog. Also, I can't wait to see a link to the article. Sharon from Annapolis
In response to Grass Fed Beef Recipes...Salt...Pepper...Olive Oil (optional)Grill as you've grilled prior with your Coca-Cola Cows. Trust cooking grass-fed Beef to Medium Rare or Rare without fear. I honestly believe that the beef itself has so much flavor that it's almost a shame to do anything else to it.Note: Flank or Hangers, it is absolutely critical that after you grill and allow the meat to "stand" (rest) that it is sliced thinly at a substantial angle against the grain... I do this for London Broils too...(I am making a bit of a joke here about the two ingredients, but honestly, not much necessary. If you're doing stews and such, I understand.)I do have a marinade that I used to use with london broils prior to switching to grass fed beef.. . equal parts of Lime Juice (lemon will do), low sodium soy sauce, fat free balsamic vinagrette and any medium grade EV olive oil) 1/4 cup or less of each is more than enough to coat a london broil...Rich
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