Top Round Steak is a cut offering several options for how to cook it. With top round steak, cook it low and slow or if cooking fast, slice it very thin. The head butcher at Crowd Cow recommends cooking medium rare and slicing it 1/16 of an inch. This cut is also known as the London Broil cut and is also used to make beef jerky. Check out more Crowd Cow Cuts of the Week: https://www.crowdcow.com/cut-of-the-week
5 months ago
How to cook a New York strip steak, seared in a stainless steel pan and oven, with herbed garlic, thyme and butter dressing. More craft beef: https://www.crowdcow.com/recipes Crowd Cow connects people with the best meat in the world.
4 months ago
Darth_Traeger shows us how to cook Crowd Cow's heritage pork and take it to the next level. Just add more pork! https://www.crowdcow.com/pork While Crowd Cow's known-source meats are already so tasty on their own, why not try this prosciutto and pancetta wrapped pork tenderloin recipe. This tenderloin comes from Deck Family Farm, which is based in Willamette Valley, Oregon where the animals ar...
3 months ago
Nick Michel and Joe Heitzeberg of Crowd Cow talk about flat iron steaks and why butcher's often love to take this relatively unknown cut home. Nick also shows you how to cook a flat iron steak.The steak is versatile and the cut can be served on a plate or sliced and used in tacos. You can smoke it, grill it, marinate it, dry rub it, etc. That's what makes it a Crowd Cow Cut of the Week: https:/...
Japanese A5 Wagyu Brisket -- never before available in the USA - from Kagoshima (highest score in the Wagyu Olympics in Japan this past year) -- an outstanding result. Minds blown. 1st Time in USA: https://www.crowdcow.com/holiday-wagyu-roasts Smoking brisket is a great way to BBQ and enjoy a special A5 cut from Japan.