1. Add oil to pan
2. Sear ground steak over high heat
3. Break apart as it cooks
4. Season with salt and pepper
5. Cook for 5 minutes or until no pink remains
6. Add to your favorite dish & enjoy!
Talk about a cool way to up your chili game. There's actually two secrets here:
1) Ground Beef from Crowd Cow. When you buy directly from small batch farms that raise your food right, you can taste the difference. https://www.crowdcow.com/ground-beef
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Oh yeah, it's brinner time! Who doesn't love a little breakfast for dinner? We use Hutterian Farm Ground Beef from Crowd Cow to make this scrumptious meaty chilaquiles dinner. https://www.crowdcow.com/ground
It's easy to make with this simple layering recipe (like a lasagna). And the best part....yo...
Making a big batch of meatballs is a very rewarding experience unless they don't quite hit it right when it comes to flavor. Here's a savvy tip on how to test the flavor of your meatballs. And with Crowd Cow ground beef, you're sure to get the added bonus of flavor and know exactly where your meat co...
These meatballs are something else! This meatballs recipe was inspired by many visits to Salumi, a Seattle deli and restaurant offering artisanal cured meats. Crowd Cow's ground beef makes these meatballs extra special: https://www.crowdcow.com/ground
With Crowd Cow's ground beef, you always know th...
This is a fun spin on Shepherd's Pie using ground beef from Crowd Cow instead of ground lamb. When you use a high-quality, grass fed beef, you get a similar rich and tasty flavor. Get some of this beef delivered to your home! http://www.crowdcow.com/ground
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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: