I ordered and received two of the Top Sirloin Butt Primals recently. They are both beautiful. We ate a steak cut from the first one and it is delicious! There are great videos on the internet instructing one how to butcher this primal cut of beef. Do yourself a favor and purchase one of the remaining pieces for home butchering. It is easy, tastes delicious and will save you lots of money! I highly recommend this selection. The price is great!!! Thank you Corner Post Meats.
So happy to eat beef raised in a healthy, natural way. Makes the steak even yummier.
This was our first time trying skirt steak... ever. We loved it. Very tasty and easy to prepare!! I’ll definitely get more in the future!!
The skirt steak is a lean flavorful cut of beef that is perfect for a quick searing on the grill. Our favorite cut from Corner Post.
Great cuts of meat & delicious stew! Always tender & tasty.
Love this stew meat! Slow-cooking it yields fork-tender results. One of our favorite recipes is Thai Red Curry Beef with Green Beans from the Whole30 cookbook.
I have heard how liver is the most nutrient dense food on the planet by weight but was leery to try it. The only time I've had it was in the form of paté in a Banh Mi sandwich in Vietnam. I've also heard you really have to be careful about your source of meat for it to be truly that healthy for you. Upon discovering Corner Post Meats, my inner Cook/Adventurer combined to want to try making my own paté. I was equal parts excited and terrified. I made it this afternoon and it is so good! Even my husband who was thoroughly suspicious that it would be anything but gross said it was really good. We'll be eating some on crackers and veggies and freezing the rest for later. The version I made was a Bacon Paté with fresh Rosemary and Thyme. I used Corner Post's bacon in it as well. I never would have tried this without knowing I have such a clean and responsible source of meat. It's not something I'll make all the time but I could see ordering a liver once a year to make up a batch to enjoy and freeze in small batches to pull out from time to time. I'm posting a link to the recipe below:
Love these for making soup. It comes out robust and wonderful.
I bought these bones in January and they sat in my freezer forever because I was excited but also very intimidated to try my hand at making my own bone broth. Today, I got over my intimidation and now have the most gorgeous meat broth AND bone broth chilling in my fridge. I wound up using one of the large knucklebones and three marrow bones (also from CornerPost). The broth is clear, incredibly flavorful and is gelling up beautifully, which means all of that good collagen and gelatin have been extracted. I used the Instant Pot directions from the website below. It is very helpful for any bone-broth newbies. I added carrots, onion, ginger, celery, thyme and rosemary (despite the author's preference not to use vegetables in hers.) Because I mixed two types of bones, I have enough to make a second round. So out of two bags of bones, I'll have twelve quarts of broth to sip, cook with, and freeze! I never would have tried making this without knowing I had such high quality bones available. Thanks Corner Post!
One of my main, go-to foods. Organ meats are so valuable to your health. Getting two together, with hamburger, makes for an all-around great protein. Thanks guys. Janice
These power burgers are beyond good. They are fabulous!
I love this stuff when I need a little nutrition boost. Its a powerhouse of vitamins and has a good ratio of organs to meat.
Wasn't sure how the family would respond the first time I used this instead of regular CP ground beef so I didn't tell them ahead of time. They couldn't tell the difference! My husband and I love that we're getting added nutrients and our girls happily gobble it down.
I recently purchased this power blend and love the flavor. Not overpowering. Great way to add more nutrients into your food.