You Can’t Beat Our Holiday Meats!

We know that the centerpiece of the holiday table isn’t meat for everyone- for all you veggies out there, check out this awesome collection of holiday vegetarian recipes for your table.

For the meat-eaters, here at Greenling we are incredibly passionate about the importance of sourcing quality local and organic meats. The difference between conventionally raised meat and humanely-treated, grass fed and free-range meats is palpable. Non-stressful conditions for the animals, no hormones or antibiotics make such a huge difference when it comes to the quality and taste of your meat.

Check out the special holiday meat cuts we have to deliver to your doorstep this holiday season:

Standing Rib Roast from Richardson Farms

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We only carry this special cut of local, grass-fed beef during the holidays. Commonly called “prime rib,” standing rib roast is one of the easiest special event foods to prepare at home since all you need is a roasting pan, salt and pepper. Each rib will feed about two people, so a roast with 4-5 ribs is just right for a large, seated dinner party. The pan juices from a standing rib roast are perfect for making Yorkshire pudding, au jus, or beef gravy for mashed potatoes. Richardson Farms beef is grass-fed and free-ranged in Rockdale, Texas.

Whole Organic Turkey from Organic Prairie

Image by Parapathetic.

A succulent roast turkey makes the perfect centerpiece for a holiday feast, and it’s also the most cost-effective way to feed a large party. A 15-pound turkey will easily feed 20 dinner guests, and you can pair it with non-traditional side dishes and desserts to keep the menu fresh. Organic Valley’s plump, juicy turkeys are raised with 100% organic feed and the freedom to range in the out-of-doors, free of antibiotics, synthetic hormones, and pesticides.

 

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