Spring Cleaning & Slow Cooking

Spring Cleaning & Slow Cooking

APRIL 2024 vol. 2

These past few weeks have been a bit hectic out here on the ranch as we’ve been prepping for the Farm Tour on Sunday, April 21st. It’s hard to believe we’re only a few weeks out from this annual event. One of the silver linings of hosting our friends, family, and customers each year is that “Spring Cleaning” takes on a new meaning and even after the event is over, we’re reaping the benefits of all of this preparation.

Of course, adding all these extra tasks, on top of our regularly scheduled markets and chores, leaves us short of time for meal prep. So, we’ve been relying even more on our slow cooker and Insta Pot and a good-sized roast. John commented just the other day on how many of our customers from the younger generation seem to have lost touch with how easy it is to put together a delicious meat in a slow cooker in the morning or an insta pot in the evening and make use of less expensive cuts like our beef roasts and how versatile those meals can be!

This week, we’re offering 20% off our beef roasts and sharing a few recipes from 365 days of Slow + Pressure Cooking that we hope will inspire you to stock up and experiment! PS: we’d love hear about your favorite roast recipes – we’re always ready to try something new.

Tender shredded beef and green peppers are cooked in your electric pressure cooker or slow cooker. The beef is piled onto toasted buns that are slathered with mustard and mayo and then topped with melty cheese.

Instant Pot Mississippi Roast Gyros–tender shredded beef that has been cooked in pepperoncini juice is piled into a soft pita and then topped with Monterey Jack cheese and a dollop of sour cream.

Tender shredded seasoned beef is rolled up in a warm tortilla with crunchy cabbage, diced avocado, chopped cilantro, sriracha sour cream and a splash of roasted garlic seasoned rice vinegar. When you bite into this taco it’s like a party in your mouth. All the flavors and textures come together in a perfect union.

Tender pieces of beef are served alongside broccoli and a savory and slightly sweet Asian sauce for a homemade version of your favorite Chinese takeout dish.

See you at the market!

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