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6 Sauces to Refresh Your Homemade Meals

Cooking at home is having a moment right now. Thanks, COVID...?  Regardless of what it is that motivates you to cook at home, it’s likely you’ll still hit a wall at some point and feel like you’re making the same meals over and over again, or at least an iteration of them. When this happens, it’s instinct to go searching for a whole new routine - maybe go out more (if you can), maybe buy a new cookbook, maybe try a whole new round of recipes that are extremely difficult and unfamiliar to you? In our opinion, one of the best and easiest ways to refresh your homemade meal routine is not to focus on changing the main course but...

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Kebabs 101: A Brief History, Preparation Tips and Recipes

Before we get into the meat of this blog, we feel we need to clear the air on one thing. There are some people out there who need to give kebabs a second chance for the sole reason that the kebab they consumed when casting judgement upon this unique and delightful treat, was not crafted with quality ingredients, like Cotton Cattle’s Kebab/Stew Chunks.  Sure, it can be awkward to gnaw through meat on a stick if you’re talking about stiff, low-grade, irresponsibly raised meat. Grass fed and pastured meat is a must (in our opinion all the time) and this is especially true when it comes to kebabs/grilling. Stop gnawing through meat. Choose your meat wisely and you’re sure to...

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Frequently Asked Regenerative Agriculture Questions and Answers

We get it, it can be overwhelming at times, even daunting, to keep track of the local, ethical food system, all the practices, certifications and movements. The funny thing is, a lot of times these movements are nothing new, they were just given a new name or shined on in a new way that illuminated them enough to start a movement or enter mainstream media.  This can be good and bad. On one hand, word is spreading. On the other hand, these movements seem to shift so regularly, and word spreads so quickly and widely, that the constant onslaught of “new things” naturally causes consumers to put a wall up. We become skeptic and we question credibility. Take regenerative agriculture...

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What is Heritage Pork and Why Should I Buy It?

First off, you should know that Cotton Cattle’s heritage pigs are a cross between Berkshire (known as the world’s best), Duroc and Chester White. We don’t raise the pigs ourselves. Instead, we have a very special relationship with a farmer in Central Pennsylvania. His name is Moses and he has raised heritage pork for over 20 years, including producing for Niman Ranch, which is one of the most popular natural meat suppliers in the U.S. and has been in operation since the 1970’s.  Thanks to our close relationship with Moses, who truly has a specialized knowledge of raising and caring for heritage pork, Cotton Cattle’s customers have access to extremely high quality pork, free of antibiotics, hormones, and GMO. Plus,...

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4 Seriously Special Grass Fed Steak Cuts & How to Grill Them

Temperatures are climbing. Days are getting longer. It’s time to make the most of the outdoors and start preparing as many meals on the grill as possible.  Coulotte Steak The Coulotte (also called Picanha) is a lean, triangle-shaped steak cut that covers the Top Sirloin. The recipe below from Over the Fire Cooking is inspired by a charcoal method and we recommend you give it a shot, even if you’re normally a gas grill kind of person. It’s super simple and incorporates chimichurri, which is a simple condiment we love whipping up at home to drizzle on our perfectly prepared meats quite often. As simplistic as gas grilling can be, there’s just no replacement for an old fashioned fire grill....

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