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Note: Order Deadline is Monday, December 19th, at 12pm.
We will be offering premium roasts for the Holidays to be delivered on Tuesday, December 20th (or other arrangements can be made, as needed). These cuts of meats are generally not available in the grocery stores. We will offer some recipe suggestions, if desired. We can source a wide variety of other roasts - Boar, Rabbit, Quail, Venison, etc., so inquire directly if interested. We are offering the following (Note: the weight and the servings may vary slightly):
Black Heritage Turkeys - 13 lbs. / Feeds 10-12. Amish-raised in Pennsylvania, these Turkeys are from the Standard Bronze and Bourbon Red Breeds, known for their heavy breasts and dark, rich meat. These breads were more common in the last century and have been displaced by the larger, commercial White Turkeys. These breads are free range with a natural diet and grow at a slow pace on small farms. The Chairman had one for Thanksgiving and thought it was the best bird she has ever tasted!
Wagyu Ribeye - 12 lbs. / Serves 12-16. Wagyu Beef, which is a Japanese breed of cattle renowned for its superior marbling. Wagyu is the same breed used for Kobe Beef, however that is a label only used for cattle raised in the Kobe Region of Japan. Most Wagyu now comes from Australia, as does ours, and is sometimes referred to as Australian Kobe (got to hand it to the marketing department, that is like saying California Champagne or a Mexican Chianti).
Grass Fed Boneless Leg of Lamb - 4 lbs. / Serves 6. This lamb is sourced from the Southern regions of Australia as the open, lush, pastureland provides the perfect conditions to raise quality lamb. These high quality, grass-fed lamb legs are BRT - boned, rolled and tied and only need minimal seasoning the flavor is so good.
Leg of Mutton / Goat - 5-6 lbs. NOTE: Subject to Minimum order volume - email Contact@CookDC, if interested. Known to have meat with one of the most distinct and evocative flavors, Goat remains an exotic meat for Americans….but not the rest of the world. Goat accounts for 70% of ALL the red meat consumed worldwide and is certainly not considered a delicacy. It is easy to see why as the farmland needed to support two cows can support at least 10 goats. A goat is similar to lamb, but much leaner, as there is no marbling in goat meat. The fat tends to accumulate in their body cavity rather than in the muscle. Because of this, we would suggest braising the leg for 8 hours.