Red Wine Top of the Rib

 
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March 16th 2015By Seven Bites

We used Grow & Behold's, Top of the Rib to make this recipe. This cut of meat can be compared to a brisket in terms of its cooking method and texture. The difference is that the top of the rib is smaller and tenderer. What makes Grow & Behold meats so different is the way they raise their animals. The cattle are raised in an environmentally safe and managed pasture. The majority of the animals' diet is grass-based. These animals are raised by the dozens, not by the thousands. Additionally, all cattle are humanely slaughtered and Glatt Kosher.

 

Garlic Lemon Chicken

 
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March 2nd 2015By Seven Bites

We were very excited to use Grow & Behold's, Sara's Spring Chicken when making this recipe as their products have the reputation to be of the highest quality. In addition to being Glatt Kosher, Grow & Behold's birds are pasture raised. As soon as the birds are large enough to be moved outside, they spend their entire lives on grass. They live in spacious, movable pens that are moved each day allowing them to access a growing salad bar of natural food. The birds are also fed a special blend of non-GMO food. This chicken tastes fresh and pure. When making this recipe, we highly recommend you order your chicken from Grow & Behold.

 

Apricot Glazed Duck Confit

 
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March 9th 2015By Seven Bites

We used Grow & Behold's Duck Legs for this recipe. The classic way for duck legs to be prepared is "confit", which is a French culinary method of cooking the duck in its own fat. This slow-cook technique allows the duck to become very tender and rich tasting. All of Grow & Behold's products are Glatt Kosher and pasture raised. As soon as the birds are large enough to be moved outside, they spend their entire lives on grass. They live in spacious, movable pens that are moved each day allowing them to access a growing salad bar of natural food. The birds are also fed a special blend of non-GMO food.