TENDERLOIN SAMPLER, 6.75lb total the most tender cuts from the most tender breeds — One Wagyu tenderloin, two pork tenderloins, eight lamb chops
Tenderloin Sampler 6.75lb total of coveted tenderloin from across heritage beef, pork and lamb Each breed is clearly marked
Eight 8oz Lamb Loin Chops Navajo Churro Two 14-16oz Pork Tenderloins Berkshire One 3lb Beef Tenderloin Akaushi/Angus Wagyu
100% antibiotic free
Heritage breeds has more marbling resulting in more tender and juicy meat
For those especially passionate about their favorite cut — like the tenderloin! — this is the place to experience true heritage satisfaction from across the spectrum of our most prized meat.
The tenderloin is the most tender and delicious cut of the animal. We've combined three of our favorite tenderloins to create an unforgettable package, certain to excite any gastronome.
Lamb Porterhouse Chops These lamb chops are a pure treat, and so easy to prepare: Just rub the meat with salt and pepper and perhaps a bit of fresh rosemary, and cook in a hot pan with a small amount of olive oil for about 3-4 minutes on each side, or until the internal temperature reaches 140 degrees F for a perfect medium (the meat continues to cook even after leaving the pan). Don’t forget to let them rest for a few minutes before serving.
Pork Tenderloin The filet mignon of pork! Sexy, elegant, silky, and tender beyond words, each pig only produces two pounds of this delicacy. Simple to cook to a perfect medium, just slightly pink, and delicious whether marinated, wrapped in bacon, or prepared simply with salt, pepper and a little olive oil, our tenderloin is justly celebrated as true culinary jewel.
Beef Tenderloin The beef tenderloin, aka filet mignon, reigns supreme as the most elegant, melt-in-your-mouth steak experience — and our Wagyu tenderloin is truly exceptional. Roast the tenderloin whole, or custom cut your own filets with nothing more than a sharp knife.
The secret to great meat is to start off with great ingredients, and nothing beats our storied heritage breeds — Each breed comes from a different culinary tradition, and boasts a distinctive, nuanced flavor.