We offer four delicious grass fed, grass finished varieties of roasts. Both Chuck Roasts and Arm Roasts are best cooked low and slow with hearty vegetables for a delectable family meal. Sirloin Tip and Rump Roasts are fabulous in the oven after browning in a cast iron skillet. Whichever you choose, our roasts will feed your family over several meals.
If you are looking for the classic family favorite pot roast, look no further. Chuck Roasts are full of savory, rich beef flavor. They are the perfect roast for long, slow cooking in a crock pot. Chuck Roasts will provide a juicy and tender beef experience every time, as they have more fat than other roasts. Each of our grass fed and finished chuck roasts are between 2.8-3.2 lbs and are priced at $27.
Another great selection for a perfect low and slow cooking method. The arm roast is similiar in appearance to the chuck roast, but is leaner. The roast is about 1.5 - 2" thick, cut into a flat rectangular shape with a single round bone. The texture makes tthe arm roast Jason's favorite pot roast variety. Arm roasts are between 2.8 - 3.2 lbs and are priced at $27.
This roast is a triangular cut from the upper part of the round or the hindquarters. Like other well-exercised muscles, the beef is lean and flavorful. Because it can be quite tough, the rump roast should be cooked slowly at lower temperatures. It is a very lean roast that is boneless and cut in a clod. Like the sirloin tip roast, this roast holds its shape when slicing. These roasts are sold 2.75 - 3 lbs per package and are priced at $26.
SIRLOIN TIP ROAST
This is a fantastic roast that is great for oven braising. It is cut from the end of the sirloin and is leaner cut. It is lean but flavorful with some marbling. Like most lean cuts, it can be tough and should be braised or stewed. This roast does well with carving, as it keeps shape into "slices", unlike chuck and arm roasts which tend to fall apart during slicing. The sirloin tip roast can also be cut into steaks or cooked in stew or stir-fry. These roasts are sold 3.5 - 4 lbs per package and are priced at $34.
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