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Choose from Heritage Breed Rack of Lamb, Rack of Hogget, or Pure Akaushi Tri-Tip
Mediterranean Za'atar Dinner Kit
Receive the main ingredients and full recipe for Za'atar Crusted Heritage Rack of Lamb, Rack of Mutton, or Pure Akaushi Wagyu Tri-Tip with Stewed Chickpeas
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Heritage Rack of Lamb, Rack of Hogget, or Pure Akaushi Wagyu Tri-Tip
Za’atar, 3.2 oz jar, Villa Jerada, WA
Olive Oil, 250 ml bottle, Olive Oil Jones, NY
Pita, four round pockets, Angel Bakeries, NJ
Dried Chickpeas, 1lb bag, Rancho Gordo, CA
Rack of Hogget, Tunis or Dorset Horn
A sheep in its first year is classified as lamb and its meat is also called lamb. In its second year the meat is called hogget, and when the sheep is older than two years, the meat is called mutton. Access to hogget hardly ever happens! The fat is absolutely edible, like a great lardo from Italy, and the meat reminds us of a great marbled steak. This 100% Heritage breed hogget is pasture raised at Tamarack Sheep Farm in Vermont.
Rack of Lamb, Tunis or Dorset Horn
The rack of lamb is often considered the most elegant cut, ideal as the centerpiece for an intimate dinner party worthy of royalty, or simply a special family dinner. Roast it whole for a show-stopping presentation, or slice between the bones to plate the tasty chops individually.
100% Heritage breed lamb pasture raised at Tamarack Sheep Farm in Vermont is a marvelous gastronomic pleasure and much milder and more pleasant to the palate than regularly available lamb.
Tri-Tip Roast, Pure Akaushi Wagyu
The tri-tip is one of your butcher’s best kept secrets: cut from the bottom of the sirloin but marbled like the most delicate hanger steak, this cut boasts a supreme, toothsome texture.
This beef grades three levels above prime! Akaushi Beef is the Japanese Red Cow, a national treasure in Japan. Through a loophole in the Trade Act of 1992, three bulls and eight cows left Japan in a custom equipped Boeing 747 for the Texas heartland where they are still treated like a treasure to this day. Our Akaushi are sourced from the very same family of farms that first brought the breed to the States, Akaushi being perhaps the most marbled beef in the world.