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On Lamb: An Allen Brothers Specialty

One of the things we look forward to most about Easter Sunday is a huge, meaty leg of lamb cooking in the oven. Does anything say family feast better, especially on holidays? We think that nothing brings people together more than a juicy, flavorful lamb brought to the table accompanied by roasted potatoes, root vegetables [...]

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Kansas City steak chef to sizzle at SoBe

Kansas City chef Craig Adcock will make his grilling debut at the Food Network’s South Beach Food and Wine (SoBe) Festival in Miami this weekend, cooking up his signature “Tomahawk Chop,” a massive 4 ½ pound USDA Prime Bone-in Ribeye Steak from Allen Brothers. The signature steak, which was inspired by the late Kansas City [...]

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2012 Super Bowl Matchup: Super Food

We’re not predicting who will win the Super Bowl this year, nor do we have any idea who will be victorious in the upcoming playoffs for that matter. But we can foresee the greatest Super Bowl gathering ever, provided you have a generous offering of Allen Brothers on hand, from the opening kickoff to the [...]

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Ultimate Holiday Cheer: Let Them Eat Steak

Tis the season for making a list and checking it twice (or even three times) as to who’s on it. Holiday shopping is never easy and rarely does there seem to be enough time (or parking) to get it all done without a certain amount of stress. We’ve all seen the movie. Shopping online does [...]

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Make Your Thanksgiving Meal Memorable

As much as we love Thanksgiving for myriad reasons, this quintessential American holiday also poses a perennial problem: what to serve, especially when entertaining guests, some of whom may not be turkey enthusiasts. Fortunately, Allen Brothers offers a wealth of mouth-watering ideas for a complete menu from start to finish, including awe-inspiring Prime roasts, Berkshire [...]

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In Praise of Pork: Berkshire is Better By Far

Recently we ordered some pork chops (not saying where) that were supposed to be the ultimate in pasture-raised, non-antibiotic, all natural pork. Guess what…they were lacking in flavor, weren’t all that juicy (despite being cooked to just medium) and were anything but tender. Overall impression, not nearly worth the money we paid. This little experiment [...]

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Soup’s On! In Praise of Potent Potages

Think of blustery fall afternoons, with crisp fallen leaves underfoot and biting wind chafing one’s cheeks and the mind, as well as the stomach, almost immediately turns to hot soup. Has there ever been a comfort food so welcome and embracing when the temperatures drop and the soul requires both warmth and nourishment? The quintessential [...]

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Building the Ultimate Steak Burger at Home

Top restaurants in cosmopolitan cities like New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and Boston these days are taking pride in their respective burgers, attempting to build one better (and often more expensive) than ever before. Whether any of these are worth the price of their embellishments, is probably subjective at best. But you don’t have to [...]

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The Art of Great Chili. Allen Brothers Style.

There’s an art to making really great chili. First and foremost, it requires patience; slow cooking is a must. Next you must start with excellent ingredients—fresh and natural whenever possible. Finally, it comes down to meat: the better the meat used, the better the chili. Then everything has to be cooked in layers, combined and [...]

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How Safe Is Your Steak?

It’s a common question these days. So isn’t it important to know that Allen Brothers is totally committed to food safety and its quality and safety standards are unparalleled in the industry. It’s all part of the company’s continual efforts to provide the safest possible food products to its customers by using state-of-the-art equipment and [...]

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