Grilling the perfect steak is a skill. Some seem to have this skill at birth (like Matt), and others don’t (ahem…that’s me). The great news is that everyone can learn it and become a Master Griller. Here are a few simple steps to make sure your next steak is juicy and tender.
Truth: I love Mexican food. I’m not sure if it’s the main entree or chips and salsa appetizer, but both are amazing. Since I love it so much I’m always looking for new recipes. This is one of those new ones that I found absolutely amazing because 1. it’s so good and 2. it’s so easy. If you’re used to having a regular taco night with your family, give this one a try. And of course, be sure to serve it with some chips and salsa.
Since this is an easy recipe, most of the steps are very straight forward. The trickiest part if folding the tortillas. It’s not hard, but pictures are always helpful!
Ground beef vegetable soup is soul food.
Especially on a cold day when you want to cuddle up on the couch next to a fire. We’ve all had those days!
When you’re in that mood, this is the soup for you.
Plus, it’s easy to make, so you’ll only have to leave your cozy spot on the couch for a few minutes to whip this up.
That looks cold! Actually, snow serves a as blanket for the cattle. The winter of 2014 has been long and hard. One of the amazing features of cattle is their hair coat. During the winter, their hair grows longer and thicker creating a thick coat of hair. When it snows, the hair catches the snow and forms a cover layer over the cow. This creates an air pocket between the snow and the animals skin which is warmed by the cows natural body temperature of 102 degrees. The roughest condition for pasture cattle is a cold rain followed by freezing temperatures. This is usually when the cattle are brought into the barn to dry off before returning to the pasture. Especially for the new born baby calves.
At Clover Meadows Beef, our cattle’s comfort and protection is our number one concern! Knowing how cattle interact with nature is key to raising the great steaks and hamburger for your family!
Have any questions about raising cattle? Please ask! We are always excited to share about our passion.
Meatballs [meet-bawl] (noun) — a small ball of ground meat.
If you love beef, meatballs has to be one of your favorite words. And this easy meatballs recipe is amazing.
From spaghetti to meatball sandwiches, there are just tons of things you can do with a wonderful ball of meat. We’ve made meatballs in a variety of ways, but this is our current favorite. They literally melt in your mouth.
And as a disclaimer, I must admit that this recipe has two of my favorite food groups — pasta and meat — so I may be a little biased. You’ll have to try it and let me know!