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Father’s Day Gift Guide: The Best Hearty Mail-Order Meats
By Aly Walansky June 11, 2020 Forbes.com
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A hearty steakhouse dinner is the perfect way to spend Father’s Day. This year, that meal is going to look a little bit different.
While many restaurants remain closed and social distancing is still an important concern, a virtual dinner date with dad may be the most viable option. Shipping all the components of a perfect steakhouse dinner might be the perfect way to mark the occasion.
Recently, Omaha Steaks conducted a survey in which they asked people what they thought the ideal Father’s Day gift may be. In that survey, 71% answered steak is the perfect gift. If meat is the answer, there’s lots of great ways to enjoy it, without leaving the house.
This year may look different from other years, but it can still be special. It can also still mean a delicious dinner!
Bone-In Butcher Shop Beef Tenderloin Steak Premier Choice
This beef tenderloin ($39) is wet aged 28-days, which gives it tons of juiciness and flavor. This is a cut of beef made for a gorgeous presentation, whether he’s enjoying it with the family or prepping it to show off to his fellow meat-loving buddies on Instagram. Read more on Forbes.com
The 12 Best Local Meat Markets for Your Summer Grill Needs
By Christopher Cartwright – Published in DMagazine.com FOOD & DRINK JUNE 9, 2020
As the coronavirus pandemic has forced restaurant shutdowns across Dallas, it has also caused many to cook at home more even as restaurants are open at 50 and soon 75 percent come this Friday. Luckily, local Dallas butchers have adapted to various changes—shocks in the meat supply chain, for one—and kept offering as many types of meat as possible. Even though they cannot always guarantee certain meats will be in stock, these shops continue offering a wide selection with curbside, delivery, and other pickup options. For an extra-special Father’s Day, order grill boxes now.
They remain open seven days a week, offering curbside pickup, drive-through, and delivery options. They source from family farms, which allows them to continue offering fresh meats. Call to order burgers, hot dogs, brats, or one of their famous cheesesteak sandwiches. 20 S Harwood St, 214-655-6328; Downtown
Bone-In Butcher Shop
John Sayklay and his son, Jake, are delivering custom-cut meat through their newly launched, web-based Bone-In Butcher Shop. They source beef primarily out of Texas, the bulk of which is corn-fed, corn-finished, and wet-aged 28 days. But you can also spring for wagyu or grass-fed and grass-finished beef, along with lamb, pork, and chicken, in a panoply of options that range from burger patties to combo boxes ($200–$876) with impressive tomahawk steaks. Online only
How to Have BBQ Delivered Straight to Your Door
By Daniel Vaughn – April 15, 2020
A roundup of Texas joints and meat suppliers that can send you smoked meat as well as meat for you to smoke yourself.
Securing a solid supply of barbecue can be a struggle these days. Your local barbecue joint or nearby favorite might be temporarily closed. Many of the Texas joints offering takeout will drop off your order curbside, but it’s understandable if you still feel uneasy about leaving home to get it. Or maybe you have the misfortune of not living in Texas and have a smoked brisket craving you can’t ignore. Below you can find links to the barbecue joints that ship nationwide from Texas. If you’d rather smoke it yourself, keep scrolling for a listing of meat suppliers that will deliver raw meat (a.k.a. future barbecue) to your door. Read More:
No Longer Need To Beef About Finding Quality Cuts
By David Mullen May 8th, 2020
Katy Trail Weekly
Just Found is an occasional series featuring unique people and places in Dallas.
If you have visited your local supermarket meat counter recently, the first thought that comes to mind is the advertising theme line introduced in 1984 by Wendy’s spokesperson Clara Peller and later incorporated into a debate point by Democratic presidential candidate Walter Mondale during the 1984 primaries.
“Where’s the beef?”
Since the beginning of the year, founder John Sayklay of BONE-IN Butcher Shop on Commerce Street near Interstate 30 has been providing his high-end restaurant-quality product line to consumers right at their doorstep. Little did he know that his product and personalized customer service would create such a demand and could evolve into a daily necessity, but those are the COVID-19 days we live in. Read More in KatyTrailWeekly.com