What’s the difference between a porterhouse steak and a T-bone steak? Not much, by the looks of it. Both steaks have that characteristic T-shaped bone dividing two cuts of meat: a New York strip steak and a tenderloin steak (or filet mignon). But there’s one major difference. A porterhouse has a bigger tenderloin section. So … Continue reading What is a Porterhouse Steak?
We’re expanding our supply of free-range, egg laying chickens to bring you more cage-free eggs. We’ve also partnered with two neighboring ranches to increase our supply while our chicken operation grows. “Free-range” is becoming a more popular word in the food industry, as it describes a form of meat production that is healthy and humane, … Continue reading What We Mean When We Say “Free-Range”
If you’ve visited us at your local farmers market, you may have noticed that we offer pork belly, or fresh bacon, instead of regular bacon. Pork belly is the same cut as bacon, as both options come from the fatty, belly area of the pig. However, unlike regular bacon, pork belly is not cured using … Continue reading Why Pork Belly Instead of Bacon?