Attention Westwood Meat Lovers! You do not want to miss our Butcher's Bonanza event happening this weekend, August 19th and 20th from 10am-5pm. Get the best prices of the year on our Artisan meats from the butchery. Our butchers will be on hand to give you cooking tips and suggestions and will cut your selections any way you desire!
There will also be free tastings throughout the store as well as a BBQ bonanza cookout!
Here are just some of the specials you can expect to see at the butchery:
Whole Boneless Ribeyes: $10.99lb. Save $8lb.
Whole Boneless New Yorks: $10.99lb. Save $8lb.
Whole Porterhouse Steaks: $10.99lb. Save $9lb.
Tri-Tip: $7.99lb. Save $5lb.
Brisket: $6.99lb. Save $3lb.
Lamb Rack $19.99lb. Save $10lb.
Baby Back Ribs: $4.99lb. Save $5lb.
Ground Turkey: $1.99lb. Save $4lb.
Boneless Lamb Leg: $7.99lb. Save $5lb Read More
THIS WEEKEND, JULY 22 & 23 EXCLUSIVELY AT OUR NEWPORT BEACH STORE:
USDA CHOICE NATURAL SAVE 40-60% ON ALL-NATURAL ANTIBIOTIC & HORMONE-FREE MEATS AND POULTRY!
Get your favorite cuts at the very best prices of the year when you buy in bulk! Our artisan butchers will be on hand to give you cooking tips and cut your selections any way you like.
Here are some of the items you can expect to see:
USDA CHOICE NATURAL
Whole Ribeyes $10.99lb
Whole New Yorks $10.99lb
Whole Top Sirloins $6.99lb
Whole Porterhouses $10.99lb
Flank Steaks $7.99lb
Natural Tri Tips $6.99lb
Ground Beef $3.99lb
Whole Filet Mignon $13.99lb
Whole Organic Ribeyes $10.99lb
Baby Back Ribs $4.99lb
Boneless Loins $4.99lb
Boneless Butts $2.69lb
FREE RANGE AIR CHILLED CHICKEN
Boneless Chicken Breasts $4.99lb
Bone-In Chicken Breasts $3.99lb
Whole Chickens $199lb
GRASS FED LAMB
Boneless Lamb Legs $7.99lb
Lamb Racks $19.99lb
HAND MADE… Read More
Mmmm....pizza. It's delicious no matter the variation. No cheese, extra cheese, thin crust, Chicago deep dish, extra veggies, sans veggies...we love it all. But what we really love is pizza cooked on the grill. There's just something special about that grilled, crunchy crust covered in melty cheese and of course, all the delicious toppings.
Since it's officially summer peach season and as far as we're concerned, peaches are the more the merrier in the kitchen right now, we've created an ode to the peach in pizza pie form. It's covered in mozzarella, Gorgonzola, grilled sliced peaches, arugula, red onions, and a balsamic glaze. It's heavenly to say the least.
Grilled Peach Pizza
One batch pizza dough
1/2 cup marinara
1 1/2 cups shredded Mozzarella or Italian blend
2-3 large peaches, sliced but not peeled
2 cups packed arugula
1/3 cup Gorgonzola
1/3 cup thinly sliced red onion
1/2 cup Olive oil, divided
Balsamic… Read More
Could there be a more perfect food than the glorious avocado? Nope! And lucky for us, it’s now officially avocado season, and we’ve got all summer to enjoy these green beauties.
Haas avocados are the classic West Coast-grown variety, full of buttery, nutty flavor and dense with nutrients. In fact, just one little avocado has 20 vitamins and minerals, as well as a healthy dose of monounsaturated fat (that’s the good kind!). But don’t stop at just one! Stop by Bristol Farms all summer long and keep the avocado love going.
Whether you grill, scoop, dip, or slice, there are countless ways to enjoy avocados! Here are some of our favorite preparations below.
This may sound strange, but believe us - grilled avocados are tasty! Start by selecting avocados that aren't fully ripe, but give just a little when gently squeezed. The trick is to grill a semi-ripe avocado so it does not soften too much on the grill. Simply slice in half and remove the seed, place the… Read More
Veal chops are an incredibly tender cut of meat ideal for any cooking method, such as sauteeing, roasting, or grilling. Enhance the flavor while bringing out the virtues of veal chops with a bright marinade and a fresh herb butter. Since it's summer, we are enjoying our veal chops grilled to perfection and served alongside a medley of steamed baby red potatoes and asparagus. This recipe pairs well with a dry Italian white wine, such as Jermann Pinot Grigio. Enjoy!
Summer Grilled Veal Chops with Lemon Herb Butter
1/2 cup Bristol Farms Olive Oil
8 tablespoons fresh squeezed lemon juice
3 garlic cloves, minced
6 8 oz. Veal Chops
8 tablespoons butter brought to room temperature
1 tablespoon grated lemon peel
3 tablespoons chopped fresh Italian parsley
3 tablespoons chopped fresh chives
1 tablespoon minced fresh garlic
1. For the veal marinade, whisk the first three ingredients together in a bowl and set aside. Season veal chops with… Read More
Ever since Bristol Farms first opened its doors, the Meat Department's fresh sausages have always been the talk of the town! What makes our sausages so different? Bristol Farms' butchers are skilled old-world sausage masters that make our links fresh-in-house every day using the freshest ingredients.
Did you know that most of Bristol Farms' natural sausage recipes were invented right here in-house? That’s right. Some of our recipes date back more than 30 years, and the skills and recipes have been passed down throughout the years. Below are some of our classic customer favorites that are a staple in our meat cases including a limited time flavor, Peach Infused Chicken Sausage. Air-chilled chicken, fresh cut peaches, and a blend of secret spices makes up this sweet and savory sausage.
We offer a wide variety of chicken, turkey, and pork sausages in many different flavor profiles, making them a suitable accompaniment for a vast amount of dishes. Here we listed some of our flavor… Read More
It’s not really summer if you’re not firing up the grill, and lucky for you there’s some seriously great meat on special to officially kick off summertime parties. And to finish things off sweetly, we have a secret tip for something special: grilled peaches. When you grill peaches (or other stone fruits), you perform a kind of magic. The heat of the grill makes the natural sugars caramelize, creating a new sweet and smoky flavor that will make you an instant fan. And you don’t have to serve the peaches warm to get the full flavor impact. Grill them up in advance, pop them in the fridge, and serve when you’re ready. And though you can use the grilled peaches in an endless variety of ways, some of our favorites are the simplest: Just top with whipped cream, Mascarpone cheese, cinnamon, chopped nuts, honey, or all of the above!
How to Grill Fruit
Our favorites for grilling: Peaches (of course!), nectarines, bananas, pineapple, strawberries, and watermelon
1. Cut the fruit so… Read More
Move over hummus and baba ghanoush! Meet our new favorite sidekick: muhammara. It’s a Mediterranean delight of a spread packed with walnuts, roasted red peppers, pomegranate juice, quinoa and a bit of sprouted wheat and rye. You'll too fall in love with this multi-purpose mouthwatering dip.
We love muhammara as a dip for crudite, paired with warmed pitas, or as a sandwich/wrap spread. Our secret and easy trick to add rich, bold flavor to any white fish? Simply top it with muhammara after grilling. Your summer party guests will be blown away.
Grilled Lemon Pepper Halibut Topped with Bristol Farms Muhammara Dip
1 -pound halibut fillets, 1/2 to 3/4 inch thick
2- teaspoons dried basil leaves
1 -teaspoon lemon pepper
1- teaspoon seasoned salt
3 -medium zucchini or radish, cut into 1-inch coins
1 -medium red bell pepper, cut into 1-inch pieces
2 -tablespoons Bristol Farms Extra Virgin Olive Oil or vegetable oil
1- 8 oz package of Bristol Farms Muhammara… Read More
Sweet corn is very forgiving and takes little effort to make a big impact on the 4th of July. There are many methods to prepare corn, but nothing beats freshly grilled corn with a light char and nutty flavor. Here are our favorite methods for grilling corn:
The simplest of methods is going naked, for the corn of course! Shuck the corn ears and remove silks and place on the grill so the flames touch the corn directly. Grill for about 10 minutes while turning constantly to avoid overly burnt spots. This method results in lightly charred brown bits with perfectly grilled flavor.
Grilling corn with the husks on gives the corn a deeper and nuttier flavor, plus it allows you to peel the husks back and tie for a nifty handle. Be sure to soak your corn at least 30 minutes to prevent flare ups. Peel the husks back and remove silks, season as you wish, then rest the husks back down over corn. Grill while turning until corn is steamed throughout; about 15 minutes. When… Read More
One of our favorite joys of summer is enjoying a warm, freshly grilled corn on the cob. It seems anywhere you turn, you can find some grilled version of corn, whether it's at a summer fair, from a local street vendor, or prepared in your own backyard. Nothing beats the flavor of sweet corn with a light char of the grill.
There are many ways to prepare grilled corn, such as grilling with the husks on or off, shucked and in foil, or naked on the grill. Not to mention the many ways to enjoy the corn once it's grilled. It seems the most popular method is eating corn straight from the cob, but grilled corn is also a wonderful addition to salads, salsas, cornbread, and more!
Our current favorite method? Mexican Street Corn. Grill up some sweet corn and kick it up a notch with a spread of mayonnaise, Cotija cheese, chili powder, and fresh squeezed lime. You'll be enjoying this recipe all summer long.
Elote (Mexican Street Corn)
Bristol Farms Olive Oil, for… Read More