There are lots of different kinds of roasts available, and not all of these cuts are for the slow-cooker. Check out the description of each for cooking suggestions.
$10.00/lb, Small size (about 3 lb). Beef Brisket is a coarse-textured, boneless cut that lends itself to slow-cooking or smoking. The fat content helps keep the meat moist during cooking.
New! Beef Cheek Meat is $8.75 and comes in 4-6 lb packages. It is the traditional cut for barbacoa, and cooks up delicious and tender with slow, moist cooking. Very limited quantity!
New! Get them while they last! $12.00/lb, Beef Loin Strip Roast is the same cut as New York Strip Steak, but in roast form. Roast it like a prime rib and keep it nice and rare. It is delightful, but don't overcook it! Click for more info.
$10.00/lb, packed 2 per package, approximately 1.5 lb per pack. We had several requests for a bone-in option on chicken breast, and here it is! Preserve more moisture and flavor during cooking with bone-in, skin-on chicken breast.
New lower price! Now $8.50/lb, approximately 2-3 lb per roast. Though most folks have never heard of this cut, Boneless Pork Loin Roast is one of our favorite dishes. It is basically the roast form of boneless pork chops, and does well fast-cooked (we roast ours like a chicken at 400F until the center reaches 155F). Not a good choice for the crockpot, but can be prepared in about an hour.
New! $15.00/lb. 100% Grass-fed Breast of Lamb (Rolled). This is the lamb equivalent of "pork belly" and is sweet and succulent with slow braising. This will be a fun one to experiment with!
$4.50/lb, large chickens run around 5 lb on average. Whole, pasture-raised Chickens come frozen and ready to thaw and cook. They are processed by hand without chemicals, added broth, or irradiation. Our chicken is juicy, flavorful, and easy to cook.
$4.50/lb, medium chickens run around 4 lb on average. Whole, pasture-raised Chickens come frozen and ready to thaw and cook. They are processed by hand without chemicals, added broth, or irradiation. Our chicken is juicy, flavorful, and easy to cook.
$4.50/lb, small chickens run around 2.8-3.4 lb each. Giblets not included.
New! Only $3.95/lb! Stock up and save when you buy a full case of our delicious soy-free pasture-raised whole chickens. Approximately 16 birds per box, average size of about 3.7 lb each. Final price based on actual weight.
New! Only $3.95/lb! Stock up and save when you buy a full case of our delicious soy-free pasture-raised whole chickens. Approximately 16-18 birds per box, small size averaging about 3 lb each. Final price based on actual weight.
$6.00/lb, packed whole, sizes range from 2.5-5lb. Beef Heart is not actually an organ, but a muscle meat, and should be slow-cooked. Many recipes call for stuffing it with various items like apples and sausage.
$3.00/lb, approximately 1 lb per pack. Pork heart is a new addition to our pasture-raised organs selection. A great choice for traditional/ethnic cooking or for a tasty snack for your pet!
New! $9.50/lb. 100% Grass-fed Lamb Neck Steak. Can be marinated and grilled or slow-braised for pot roast.
New! $15.00/lb. 100% Grass-fed Bone-in Leg of Lamb. A culinary delight!
New! $20.00/lb. 100% Grass-fed Boneless Leg of Lamb. A culinary delight!
New! Bone-in Standing Rib Roast. $4.90/lb, run about 7-9 lb per roast. This is a restaurant-quality pork roast, ideally roasted in a hot oven until internal temperature registers 160F. Limited supply!
New! $25.00/lb. 100% Grass-fed Rack of Lamb. This cut is something special and makes a lovely presentation for your special occasion. Not yet trimmed, so you can present it how you like!
$8.00/lb. Beef Arm Roast should be slow-cooked like chuck roast, but it has finer texture and more delicate flavor than chuck. It often contains a section of marrow-bone and looks a bit like a slice of bone-in ham, with fat around the outside and a round bone in the middle. It is one of our favorites.
$8.00/lb, medium (4 lb) serves up to 7. Beef chuck roast should be slow-cooked and will produce lots of delicious drippings that should be used for pan gravy. We typically go easy on the seasoning because this roast can stand on its own flavor.