It's a beautiful time of year to gather with friends, have a dinner party, and try something decadent. A5 Wagyu Steak is an experience you won't soon forget. And your friends will thank you! Crowd Cow helps connect you with the best meat you can find and you'll always know what farm it came from. Buy some A5 Japanese Wagyu today: https://www.crowdcow.com/a5wagyu
And here's to your merry craft meat...
Here's an easy way to make a tasty treat for those you love. Ground Beef Empanadas are a yummy 5 ingredient meal that you can whip up in a few minutes. Nothing like home cooking!
Use Crowd Cow ground beef sourced from a small farm where you get to know the farmer. You can trust this meat is the very best you can buy. https://www.crowdcow.com/ground-beef
These use puff pastry and other store-boug...
Becky from Harlow Cattle Company in Washington State gives her thanks to those buying her grass fed beef:
This Thanksgiving we are grateful for the lifeline dedication of farmers like Becky of Harlow Cattle Co. and great care of the cattle, the local environment in which they're raised and her family and neighboring community.
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:
Crowd Cow connects people with the best meat in the world.
"Ishiyaki" means stone grill and what better way to cook the world's rarest beef -- Olive Wagyu rated A5 from Kagawa, Japan than to cook it over a hot stone. A pinch of salt, a hot rock and this magnificent beef with it's incredibly high concentration of fine-grained umami-laden fat it all that's needed. Superb.
Real Olive Wagyu from Japan, only on Crowd Cow:
Olive Wagyu is the world's rarest beef. Produced by a handful of farms in Japan's remote Kagawa Prefecture, less than 2000 animals total are raised in this unique way -- in cooperation with local olive producers on a feed that include pressed olive peels from the region's famed olive groves.
We met with Olive Wagyu's inventor, Masakii Ishii, and worked directly with Kagawa's governor Keizo Hamada ...
You can identify Japanese knives by the shape and length of their blades.
The usuba, or “thin blade,” is a traditional Japanese knife used for cutting vegetables. It's identified by it's overall rectangular shape and flat tip. The usuba is a sharp blade that is excellent for thinly slicing carrots, daikon radish and other vegetables.
The yanagi is a very long and thin bladed sashimi knife used b...
The steps are easy, but the most important step of all: craft beef from one of Crowd Cow's worlds-best independent providers.
1: Season with salt and pepper. Great beef doesn't need sauces and harsh spices. Let the meat stand on it's own.
2: Heat a cast iron pan to HIGH and use avocado oil or similar to sear all sides. About two minutes today.
3: Put the cast iron together with the steak into a ...
Why would you ever eat meat without knowing the name of the farm that raised the animal?
Crowd Cow brings together over 100 of the very best craft meat producers, with access to variety, quality and radical transparency that you won't find anywhere else.
Lightly season, follow our included recipes and enjoy the best meals of your life, knowing that you're supporting an i...
This is the first time you can get A5 Wagyu Brisket in the USA. We’re super-excited to announce Kagoshima A5 Wagyu Brisket will be available only on Crowd Cow. https://www.crowdcow.com/holiday-wagyu-roasts
How we did this?
We went to Kagoshima, Japan. We met with the farmer who won the Wagyu Olympics (yep, that's a real thing!). We tasted A5 Wagyu brisket, along with other colossal A5 cuts, and n...
Cooking A5 Wagyu tenderloin steaks is simple to do. Follow these step by step instructions and you'll be enjoying one of the most precious cuts of beef available. Our meat tastes great and feels great. Shop our holiday gifts and order some today: https://www.crowdcow.com/holiday-wagyu
Don't forget to try tasting slices of these filet mignon style cuts with sel gris (salt), wasabi, and soy sauce.
Take a behind the scenes tour of the photoshoot for our most marquee event: our annual holiday wagyu sale (A5 Wagyu from Japan, Olive Wagyu and more -- don't miss out -- through the end of the year).
Watch as customers try the Montlake Double Cut, featuring Crowd Cow beef, for the first time at the Seattle Shake Shack Grand Opening!
Shake Shack features Crowd Cow ground beef in their Seattle stores. Learn more about this and order the same ground beef for your burgers here:
We're expanding our offering to bring you the very best craft meat from around the world. Starting today, we're offering grass-finished beef from Tasmania -- an area known for it's lush grasses and undisturbed, rugged nature.
Stay tuned for many more delicious debuts so you can bring home amazing foods with distinct flavor profiles from around the world, and have a connection to the people who ra...
Share a photo of your finest grilling using one of our craft meats, use the tag #crowdcowanniversary and if we pick your photo, you’ll win a free “grill-master” share($100 value) from Crowd Cow.
Ready to get grillin’?
Post your sensational grilling photo on Facebook or Instagram and tag Crowd Cow by using #crowdcowanniversary
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Get informed. Know the source. Eat better meat! https://www.crowdcow.com
Crowd Cow sources meat from the country's best independent, family-run farms to offer the best pasture-raised, hormone-free, antibiotic-free beef, pork and chicken anywhere. We tell you EXACTLY where your meat comes from.
Pick the exact cuts you want from the farmer who produced them. It's 100% transparency you won't find an...
Crowd Cow wrote a book all about beef - craft beef to be exact. The craft beef revolution is bringing a better steak to America’s table.
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Why do we know more about the origin and flavor of the coffee beans in our cup of morning brew than about the steak on our dinner table? Why do we de...
The owner of John Howie Steak and Seastar Restaurant talks about totally unique meats like Olive Wagyu. https://www.crowdcow.com/olivewagyu
He also sheds light on the importance of knowing how Crowd Cow works hard to get the very best meat available and ensure you know exactly where it comes from.
Chef Thierry, the restauranteur and owner of Luc and Loulay in Seattle, tastes Crowd Cow's Olive Wagyu for the first time.
Olive Wagyu is raised on a handful of farms in and around Shodoshima Island in Japan's smallest prefecture, Kagawa. Olive Wagyu brings everything you've come to love about Wagyu, but is far, far rarer and packs a more powerful umami flavor.
Purchase Olive Wagyu here: https://...
Olive Wagyu is raised on a handful of farms in and around Shodoshima Island in Japan's smallest prefecture, Kagawa. Olive Wagyu brings everything you've come to love about Wagyu, but is far, far rarer and packs a more powerful umami flavor. https://www.crowdcow.com/olivewagyu
Crowd Cow sources from three small farms in Kagawa that upcycle wasted olive pulp from olive oil production as feed for the...