posted on July 2nd, 2018 by Leslie Thomas
Mmmm, is there really anything as delicious as a hot and juicy cheeseburger stacked high with all the fixings? Especially during the summertime when enjoyed al fresco, a cheeseburger - whether it's made with beef, chicken, turkey, or veggies is just too irresistible to resist!
And there's just no need to go out and spend $20 on this kind of deliciousness. Building a gourmet burger at home is actually quite easy...
Because with our very own buttery brioche buns, bacon, and choice ground chuck and toppings like caramelized onions, sliced avocado, sharp cheddar cheese, and green leaf lettuce, you can easily make a masterpiece.
Here's our How-to for the Ultimate Gourmet Burger
It all starts with the meat...
May we suggest a huge time-saver that comes in the form of our freshly stuffed burger patties? Choose from French Onion, Cracked Pepper, Black + Bleu, and Bacon Cheddar varieties. Right now, score these patties at $3 off a pound too!
If you're using beef - go for… Read More
posted on June 18th, 2018 by Leslie Thomas
Although we've been experiencing some of that sweet SoCal sunshine for a few weeks now, tomorrow is the official start of summertime. So if you haven't already, it is due time you light up the grill and load it up with all of your friends’ and family’s favorites! And whether you're feeding a bunch of burger lovin' buddies, steak connoisseurs, or a crowd of health nuts at your various summer gatherings, we've got you covered with the best of best when it comes to outdoor grilling.
Here's our guide for all things grilled for your Summertime shindigs...
Steak for a Crowd: Bristol Farms' Very Own Big Time Tri-tip
If you're feeding a crowd, and you're set on grilling up some steak, think no further than our Big Time Tri-tip. Easy on your wallet, this juicy and tender USDA choice natural cut is marinated in our Big Time marinade for 24 hours, locking in perfectly smokey, peppery, and sweet flavors. This marinade is locally made and hand-crafted especially for our tri-tip too (but… Read More
posted on June 12th, 2018 by Leslie Thomas
Grass-Fed Wagyu Ribeyes
Dad is pretty darn special, isn't he? So this Father's Day, make sure you treat him to a dinner that is just as special as he is. And if your special Dad is one who loves a good steak, then look no further than our special reserve, beautifully marbled, grass-fed, bone-in, Wagyu Ribeye steaks, brought to us from New Zealand.
These exquisite steaks come to us from the First Light Wagyu Group, who have pioneered a ranching revolution and in the process. The first to take cattle out of their pens and raise them naturally in a free-range environment, First Light discovered the benefits of higher quality product from stress-free and happy animals. Not only did the beef taste better but the nutritional value had increased with lowered saturated fats and the yields had improved with less finishing time than other full bred Wagyu finished on grains.
First Light currently maintains the only full blood Wagyu program in New Zealand and are the only program in the… Read More
posted on November 2nd, 2017 by Leslie Thomas
We all get busy sometimes. And with the holidays approaching, life just seems to get more hectic each day. So coming home to prepare a dinner from scratch for the family isn't always a priority. But greasy and mysterious ingredient take-out isn't always what we want to do either.
The simplest solution we can suggest? A hot and juicy hormone and antibiotic-free rotisserie chicken from our stores paired with easy and oh, so flavorful roasted vegetables.
Because roasting vegetables like carrots, squash, and potatoes is what you do in the Fall and Winter.
2 lb Yukon Gold potatoes
2 lb. Rainbow carrots, peeled and cut on a bias
2 tablespoons olive or grapeseed oil
1 tablespoon fresh thyme, finely cut
1 tablespoon Rosemary, finely cut
1 tablespoon butter
Salt and Pepper
Preheat oven to 400 degrees
Boil potatoes for about 10 minutes and drain completely
Let cool and then quarter
To a baking sheet, add potatoes and carrots
Drizzle with oil… Read More
posted on October 30th, 2017 by Leslie Thomas
When it comes to planning the perfect holiday dinner appetizer that allows guests to nibble and mingle, there's one spread that generally ranks supreme. Everyone loves it - even if they've never heard the proper name for it.
We know it sounds rather fancy - especially if you're not a regular connoisseur of it. But, it's basically just a selection of cured meats with accompaniments of cheese, olives, crackers or crusty bread, and a sweet little something like preserves, chutney, or jam. Some charcuterie boards include almonds too while the more antipasti style will often include roasted red pepper and artichoke alongside the salty meats and cheeses.
So how does one build a great charcuterie board? Well, that's a loaded question - and can involve some trial and error, depending on your company's taste preferences. But we're giving you a summarized "how-to" guide of sorts on the delicious party app. Because it's great for everything from fancy cocktail attire… Read More