Remember that our cattle have had a life of pasturing and therefore have muscle tissue, rather than conventional cattle that don’t spend their days grazing. Therefore the meat is more nutritious and tastier however, it also must be cooked accordingly, slowly at a low temperature to achieve tenderness. This especially applies to the barbeque!
Roasts: Cook from frozen! Season as desired, place in roasting pan with 1/4″ water or broth, cook at 275ºF for approx. 45 min. per pound, using a meat thermometer to check desired doneness.
Steaks: Cook from frozen! Season as desired, drizzle with olive oil, BBQ on low heat turning frequently using a meat thermometer to check desired doneness.
Ground and Stewing Beef: Thaw and cook according to recipe used.
Burgers: Cook from frozen! Lightly brush grill or frying pan with olive oil, place burgers on low heat, turning frequently until desired doneness, recommended doneness for burgers is 160 F.