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The Medium Rare Advantage

We do not administer growth hormones and antibiotics to our animals; we allow our animals lots of fresh air and room to graze naturally. Our animals feed on long stemmed forage, grass and grains. Food that their diets are meant to consist of.

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Why Grass-Fed?

Why Grass-Fed? Unless you've had your head buried in the sand (or, like me, your face ...

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Getting The Most When Buying Meat

Getting The Most When Buying Meat Hey, Folks, I thought I'd take this opportunity to answer a few common meat-related questions. ...

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24 Jan Posted by in The Butcher's Blog | Comments

Steak and Fries in a Peppercorn Cream Sauce

Steak and Fries in a Peppercorn Cream Sauce

Back before our daughter was born my wife and I used to frequent Henry VIII Ale House. We were there pretty much every weekend. Though very much a pub, the food was a cut above and they had a selection of beers that hit each and every one of our desires and moods. I remember […]

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24 Jan Posted by in The Butcher's Blog | Comments

The Breath In Between

The Breath In Between

I had planned to write a pre-holiday blog on Medium Rare’s seasonal offerings (Turducken, etc.) but…well…got really distracted. And so I’m going to pretend that it was always my intent to write a far more meaningful post holiday, pre-New Years blog. Just play along. Oh, this isn’t that blog. This is a rambling probably meaningless […]

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