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Grilling season is here... Try a new spin on an old classic with our bison burger patties. These patties come pre-formed and are made from 100% grass-fed bison. Bison lovers consider the flavor of bison superior to beef, with its rich, bold flavor and slightly sweeter finish. Don't forget bison (also known as buffalo) is also a healthier alternative to beef, it is an excellent source of lean protein, less saturated fat than beef, and loaded with omega 3 acids. Each patty weighs about 1/3 lb, with 3 patties per package.

Rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars
Cooking Instructions
Cooking methods
Grill, Pan-Sear
Wine pairings
Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, Syrah
Bison patties are a great way to cook up some lean protein. Here is a very basic recipe: 1. Preheat a pan over medium-high heat. 2. Add the bison patties and cook for 4-5 minutes per side, or until cooked through. 3. Serve with your favorite toppings and sides.
Flavor Profile
The bison patties are sourced from sustainable producers and raised in the best possible manner to produce the highest quality. The flavor profile is rich and earthy, with a slightly sweet aftertaste. The mouthfeel is tender and juicy, with a perfect balance of fat and protein. The overall eating experience is memorable and delicious.
Chef's Serving Suggestions
Bison patties are a great way to enjoy this lean and healthy red meat. You can top them with whatever you like, but some of our favorites are BBQ sauce, bacon, and avocado. They're also great with a simple garlic aioli or your favorite hot sauce.
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Durham Ranch

Naturally tender, rich in flavor, with a hint of sweetness, Durham Ranch Bison offers more protein, vitamins and minerals with fewer calories, less cholesterol and less fat – making it both a healthy and delicious choice to add to your diet.

Nature’s Perfect Protein

Durham Ranch is known for its use of holistic management practices, and strongly believes that good animal and land husbandry are not just the right thing to do but make for a better end product. Their Bison spend the majority of their life grazing on prairie grasses in their native landscape, and are finished on a free-choice grain/hay mixture to ensure consistent, top-quality meat year-round. Bison tastes very similar to beef with just a hint of sweetness and richer flavor profile and has a naturally tender texture. Nutritionally, it offers more protein, vitamins and minerals with fewer calories, less cholesterol and less fat — making it both a healthy and delicious choice to add to your diet.

Durham Ranch Bison

A Slow & Quiet Life

Durham Ranch’s herds originate from Yellowstone National Park and live a slow and quiet life on a sprawling 55,000 acres in Wright, WY. Their herds are handled as little as possible due to the breed’s independent nature, and develop naturally on pasture without the use of growth hormones or unnecessary antibiotics. Bison also help cultivate the land naturally: their split hooves break up the soil as they roam and their diet of mostly broadleaf plants means they naturally fertilize the land through their waste. These facts, along with other conscientious husbandry practices, help to maintain the vitality of the meat.

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Family-Owned and Operated

Durham Ranch is a third-generation family-owned business founded by their patriarch, Armando Flocchini Sr, who bought the ranch in 1965 after successfully running Durham Meat Company in San Francisco working as a butcher. At the time, raising Bison was a niche market, but Armando’s entrepreneurial spirit led him on the right path. Today, the same ranch is run by the Flocchini family and remains one the largest bison operations in North America. As members of the National Bison Association, Durham Ranch continues to advocate for good animal and land husbandry as well as educate consumers about this special animal to ensure that their family and other ranchers can enjoy this way of life for generations to come.

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