Highland — grassfed and grass-finished from Long Meadow Ranch — one boneless steak

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Sirloin Tip Roast
One boneless roast
Highland beef from Long Meadow Ranch

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Often braised as a roast, but can also be cut into steaks, the sirloin tip is buttery, beefy, and earthy with notes of citrus and exudes a bone broth-like jus! 

We are so excited to bring in a new beef for the first time in years. Our signature line of Wagyu is the pillar of our beef program but this Highland beef from our friends at Long Meadow Ranch in Napa Valley is exceptional and we are excited to get delivery of a few pallets of their recent harvest.

Long Meadow Ranch is proud to have one of the largest herds of this fine animal in California. Several hundred strong, these pasture-raised cattle are at home on more than 800-acres in Tomales Station. The Ranch has acquired some of the oldest bloodlines in the country, representing the very best attributes of this classic breed.

Long Meadow Ranch Highlands are grassfed and grass-finished; and are raised employing a protocol that is entirely hormone- and antibiotic-free. They rotate their “fold" to fresh pasture seasonally, allowing them to gain weight healthily while maintaining the grassland ecosystem. These are all factors that contribute to beef that has outstanding flavor.

Scottish Highland cattle are a near-perfect breed for farmers providing both great beef and high-fat milk. Originating in Scotland, Highland are hardy, self-sufficient and long-lived. Highlands have a double coat of hair — a downy undercoat and a long outercoat which is well-oiled to shed rain and snow. The hair color can be black, brindled, red, yellow, or dun.