About this cut
These tender morsels are perfect for a quick stew or soup, as they don't need hours and hours of braising to become tender. Great in the spring and summer with tomatoes and peas.
Basic Cooking Technique
Use in soups and stews. Coat in flour and brown, cook in liquid for 30-60 minutes.
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 cut has a special place in my heart because someone made me the Lubiya recipe (from the Grow and Behold blog) when I had my first baby and it was the first real meal I had had and it tasted like the best thing I had ever eaten. I still make the same recipe (although I up the spices a bit and add both cinnamon and thyme), and it's a huge favorite with my family and everyone I serve it to.
This veal was as dark as much of the beef stew I buy, but at a premium price. I'm not sure you can legitimately call this veal. I understand the ethical reasons for rose veal, but I get kosher veal from simple neighborhood stores or from places like Fischer Brothers and Leslie in New York, and the veal is much, much lighter for less money per pound. It was a tasty stew, but so is beef. From Grow and Behold: Thanks for the review! All of our veal is Rose Veal, which is very different from the veal you are used to, or buying in other stores. Conventional veal is lighter in color since it's raised in confinement, on a special diet. Our calves are raised on pasture, with their mothers, eating nursing, naturally weaned, and eating grass. So that's why the color is darker (like in the pictures above)
Packs & Weights
Our frozen meats are packaged in vacuum-sealed packages. Most packages contain one piece (ie, one Brisket). Some packages will contain two pieces (ie, Lamb Chops). Packages of smaller items, such as Chicken Wings or Pepper Steak, will contain multiple pieces.
For red meat items and multi-pack poultry items, vacuum-sealed packages may be packed in a cardboard box. If there is an option to choose how many packages you'd like in the box, you'll make that selection under "Number of Packages". Then you'll choose the total weight of the box (that is, the combined weight of all the the packages in that box). If only one choice is showing in a green box, you do not need to make any selection.
Example: Lamb Chops
Let's say you're ordering Lamb Chops and you select the following:
You've chosen: 2 packs, ~1.1lbs, and the price shows as $39.99.
You’ll receive 1 box, with 2 packages of lamb chops inside. The whole thing will weigh approximately ~1.1lbs and will cost $39.99.
Each package will contain 2 lamb chops, and weigh approximately .65lbs.
You’ll have 4 lamb chops in total. Each will weigh approximately .35lbs (note that some may be slightly larger and some 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|