We are just now getting the tail end of the last cow we bought and most likely will buy another come summer. I haven’t ever compared the price on meat bought from the store over a year versus the price I pay for buying a cow and then having it processed. Frankly I think it’s probably a wash in the end, but I don’t buy meat out of saving a few dollars. I buy meat for its quality and flavor. I’m no expert by any standards for what makes for good Cow. I can tell you I have had all types over my carrier and I know what I think tastes good versus what tastes like……. Well, anyways what isn’t such a great purchase.
Wyoming home grown beef is in my opinion, a superior beef to what you buy in the grocery stores. It has a distinctly better flavor and you can tell the difference when cooking and eating it. I know a little about there growth and what they eat per my rancher buddy. I know that he and many other Ranchers in this part of Wyoming take there product to market often. Sometimes they make money sometimes they lose. Like any business you have ups and downs. We have quite a few locally owned businesses’ that deal in the sell of our local ranchers products. Personally, I support them whenever I can because they are important to my cooking and producing a superior product at the dinner table. Here are a few of my favorites that I buy from:
|Clarks Meat House|
|Wyoming Custom Meats|
Ohhhhhhhhh the loveliness!!!!!!
Rub the slices of meat with olive oil and dredge them in the bread crumbs, then roll them up and stick them with skewers so they stay closed.
Set them over the coals (or your gas grill that most people have, Coals will give a distinctly different flavor) and cook them until done, basting them with more olive oil.