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Heritage Meat Box
Our 3 most versatile cuts that feed 3-4 people for $86 plus shipping.

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Our new Heritage Meat Box delivers 3 delicious meals for 3-4 people!

  • Substitutions are allowed (up to 5 days before delivery date)
  • Change your address anytime (up to 5 days before delivery date)
  • Cancel anytime (up to 5 days before delivery date) 
  • Every delivery counts towards our Loyalty Program with free gifts starting on your 5th order.

Each delivery will include:

Whole Heritage Chicken, one 3-4lb — America’s oldest and most delicious breed of chicken
Wagyu Burgers, two 8 oz patties — a custom blend burger that rivals any steak!
Berkshire Porterhouse Pork Chops, two 14 oz chops — the chop that first introduced the word "heritage" to the world!

Standardbred chickens are slow-growing and pasture raised to 16 weeks, more than double the industry standard. Each chicken is laced with ribbons of sun-yellow fat that self-baste the bird as it renders, resulting in silky meat and crackly bronzed skin. Good Shepherd chickens can be traced back over 100 years, are 100% antibiotic free, and are pasture raised. This is by far the juiciest, most flavorful bird on the market today.

Wagyu Burgers
The competition for the best burger blend is practically as American as the burgers themselves, and we are proud to say that our Wagyu burgers are hands-down the most popular burger we’ve ever carried! We are 100% sure that you will find this hamburger absolutely exquisite — the best burger you've ever tasted. Just give it a chance and you will be a convert forever!

Berkshire Porterhouse Pork Chops
The porterhouse is truly a fantastic cut — the T-Bone of pork. Cut thick and marbled gorgeously, each piece includes both the tenderloin and loin section of the pig, making these chops a unique treat, easy to cook (just a few minutes on each side), and satisfying for even the most demanding meat lover!

All our meats can stay in the refrigerator for 7-10 days or can be placed into the freezer for up to a year. 

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How to Prepare a Chop

1. Take the meat out of the refrigerator an hour prior to cooking.

2. Season liberally with salt and pepper on all sides.

3. Preheat a heavy bottomed pan over medium-high heat until just about smoking.

4. Add a tablespoon of oil and sear chops for 3-9 minutes on each side depending on its size. For pieces with a fat cap, try to render the fat on its edge for an additional few minutes. For larger cuts, add a few knobs of butter to the pan along with a clove of garlic and 2-3 sprigs of thyme, sage, or rosemary and baste for the final 3-5 minutes of cooking.

5. Cook until desired internal temperature is reached. (140-145℉ for pork)

6. Let rest for 3-5 minutes before carving.

How to Prepare Ground Meat

1. Drain the excess liquid from the package over the sink, remove the ground meat from the packaging, and pat dry.

2. Season with salt and pepper right before you begin cooking.

3. Heat canola oil in a hot pan. Once the pan is lightly smoking, carefully place the ground meat in the middle and begin breaking the meat apart. Continue to break the meat apart and allow the meat to brown on one side. Some ground meat is fattier — like pork and lamb — and may require some fat to be drained off as it's cooking.

4. Stir the ground meat carefully in the pan until it is cooked through. Drain and serve!

How to Prepare a Whole Chicken

1. Take the bird out of the refrigerator an hour prior to cooking.

2. Rub with olive oil or butter, season with salt, pepper, and your favorite herbs like rosemary and thyme. Roast in the middle of a 325°F oven.

3. Cook to an internal temperature of 155°F, remembering that the temperature will continue to rise after leaving the oven.

Calculate around 10 minutes per pound depending on the size of the bird in a 325°F oven.