With the costs of practically everything on the rise this year, I am leaning more towards practical gifts for my friends and family. One of those practical ideas are meat gift packages. I mean, we’ve all got to eat, so this gift idea seems as practical as it comes.
I’ve recently been introduced to Snake River Farms, and boy do they have a wonderful selection of quality meats to choose from. Their entire supply chain is controlled by them, starting with the ranches that the cattle are raised on.
Their S.T.A.R. Commitment stands for Sustainability, Total Quality, Animal Well-Being, and Responsibility to our employees, partners, and customers. They have their own breeding program, feeding yard, and processing plant. The cattle have daily health checks, 24 access to water, and are fed twice a day.
It’s a true farm to table experience, without a lot of processing that you will find in other meats.
Practical gift idea – meat gift packages
Snake River Farms offers a great selection of holiday gifts, such as meat bundles, gift cards, and even subscription boxes. They have something just perfect for everyone on your gift list this holiday season. You can choose from American Wagyu Beef or Kurobuta Pork gifts, or even choose a combination of both meat options. Check out the Snake River Farms gear and seasonings too!
It may be the season for giving, but I know everyone likes to save some cash too. I’ve got a special coupon code for you to save 10% off your entire order. Just enter code Outnumbered at checkout, and your 10% discount will be applied.
How to cook a steakhouse steak
Have you ever wondered how to perfect your steak, and make it just like a steakhouse? It’s really much simpler than you might think, and I’ve got some tips for you, courtesy of Snake River Farms.
Heat a heavy skillet over medium-high heat until hot. Add a light coat of vegetable oil to the skillet. Season steaks with salt and pepper.
Place steaks in hot skillet and sear for 4 minutes, turning once. If a steak sticks to the skillet, it’s not ready to turn. Wait until it releases on its own.
Place skillet in a 350°F degree oven for 10 to 20 minutes depending on desired doneness. Turn once halfway through the cooking time. Remove from oven when preferred internal temperature is reached. See chart for suggested temperatures (click here, and scroll down).
Remove steaks from a skillet and cover loosely with aluminum foil. Let stand 5 to 10 minutes. The steaks will continue to cook and the temperature will rise about 5 degrees.
I personally tried this method of cooking steak, and let me tell you, it was so easy, super delicious, and my steak was perfectly done.
Get practical this year with meat gift packages from Snake River Farms. Who knows, maybe the recipient will even invite you to dinner! Save 10% off your entire order when you enter code Outnumbered at checkout after you are finished shopping.