St. Patrick's Day
How to Cook Corned Beef
Corned Beef is traditionally boiled to help tenderize the meat and draw out some of the excess salt used in the brining. Complete this classic St. Patrick's day meal with cabbage, carrots and potatoes flavored with the peppercorn spices of the beef.
Expertly Raised & Traditionally Brined
Classically brined in flavors of garlic, peppers, and spices plus a touch of sweetness amplify the supreme tenderness and smooth, buttery finish of our pasture-raised brisket flats, creating delicious Corned Beef like you’ve never tasted before. The beef was raised at Royal Ranch, a family-owned farm in the rolling hills of Central Washington, and corned by fourth-generation Flocchini Family Provisions using a traditional recipe developed in Germany. Free of nitrites, nitrates and antibiotics, this St. Patrick’s Day classic uses the fewest possible ingredients to let the natural qualities of the beef shine. Slice thin and pair your salty, savory, ultra-juicy slices alongside hearty root veggies, potatoes and cabbage for the ultimate March 17th meal.
Austin Allred of Royal Ranch leads the way on the sustainable and regenerative agriculture front. His roots in farming trace back to his grandparents, who started off growing apples, cherries and potatoes in the 50s. Today, the 5,000 acres of Royal Ranch still includes this traditional crop agriculture as well as dairy and beef cattle raising, which work in synergy to create better soil while cutting down on greenhouse gases. They even dedicate six of those acres to a worm bed — which actually act as a filtration system for the farm's dirty water, cleaning it and recycling it to use for crop irrigation.
Humane Care for Better Beef
Royal Ranch’s cattle are with them from the day they’re born, so Allred and his family truly have the best insight into their care. They use a high-quality feed of 9 key ingredients (most only use 3) for better-balanced nutrition and cow comfort, ensuring cattle stay healthy naturally without use of artificial hormones or unnecessary antibiotics. This low-stress helps cattle develop naturally, and develop the distinctive marbling Royal Ranch’s beef is known for.
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