About this cut
This roast has a ton of beefy flavor, and does best with a long slow roast to bring out the flavor. Cook slowly with onions, carrots and potatoes. This roast can also be hot-roasted to rare or medium rare or hand-cut into boneless chuck steaks!
Other names for this cut: Delmonico Roast
Basic Cooking Technique:
Braise or roast low and slow. Can also be hot roasted to rare or medium-rare.
Low-Roasted Chuck Eye Roast (try this as a Prime Rib replacement!)
Mississippi Roast (sliced or shred)
This product is shipped frozen and will arrive frozen or refrigerated.
*Price per pound is an estimate for comparison purposes only. Click on the "Details" tab to learn more.
This is my favorite cut of beef! I usually crust it with spices and sear the outside, then roast it until it's on the rare side of medium rare. We slice it thinly and eat it plain or on sandwiches and it absolutely melts in your mouth. The taste is incredibly flavorful and a roast feeds our family for several meals.
We cooked this at 225F Convection Roast until interior was 125F -- the results were incredible. Beefier flavor than a rib roast, but so delightful. Nicely marbled.
We slow roasted this at 225 after searing and it was better than any prime rib roast we've ever had!
After browning, cooked in crockpot w/2 lbs onions, mushrooms, baby potatoes, garlic, salt & pepper, fresh rosemary & thyme. Came out delishious! A new favorite!
What meat should actually taste like. Will leave you amazed. This is completely divine slow roasted in a crockpot. Once you have had this roast no other chuck roast compares. Thank you G&B!
I used the recipe on the website. half a cup of soy sauce and 10 hours in the crock pot. I also put on onions, carrots, and mushrooms. It was delicious!
Packs & Weights
Our frozen meats are packaged in vacuum-sealed packs. Most packs contain one piece (ie, one Brisket). Some packs will contain two pieces (ie, Lamb Chops). Packs of smaller items, such as Chicken Wings or Pepper Steak, will contain multiple pieces.
These vacuum-sealed packs are generally packed in a cardboard box. If there is an option to choose how many packs you'd like in the box, you'll make that choice under "Number of Packs". Then you'll choose the total weight of the box (that is, the combined weight of all the the packs in that box).
Example: Lamb Chops
Let's say you're ordering Lamb Chops and you select the following:
You've chosen: 2 packs, ~1.9lbs, and the price shows as $60.78.
You’ll receive 1 box, with 2 packs of lamb chops inside. The whole thing will weigh approximately ~1.9lbs and will cost $60.78.
Each pack will contain 2 lamb chops, and weigh approximately .95lbs.
You’ll have 4 lamb chops in total. Each will weigh approximately .475lbs (note that one may be slightly larger and one slightly smaller).
Weight Ranges & Prices
To keep our fulfillment system practical and manageable, products with variable weights are sold in a weight range (this includes most frozen meats, with the exception of deli meats, sausages and beef jerky). We keep the ranges as small as practically possible to minimize the variation you might receive. If a price/lb is shown with a *, it is an estimate for comparison purposes only, since the price associated with each weight is the price for all items within that weight range.
This chart shows the weight ranges for all our products:
|less than 0.99lb||0.05lb|
|1lb - 2.19lb||0.1lb|
|2.2lb - 2.74lb||0.30lb|
|2.75lb - 10.24lb||0.25lb|
|10.25lb - 19.99lb||0.5lb|