Our lean, flavorful deckel makes an amazing Corned Beef. We sell it already cooked (and even sliced!) but for those looking for a very easy roast to cook at home, it’s also available raw. This is a delicious, easy cut to prepare, especially if you have an electric pressure cooker such as an Instant Pot. If you don’t, we’ve included additional directions for oven cooking.
Our favorite Passover breakfast mashup: smoky beef bacon, creamy eggs, soft matzah…definitely a once-a-year treat!
Recipe adapted for kosher cooking from Bon Appetit. Serves 8 (as an appetizer) Ingredients: 6oz Grow and Behold Thick-Cut Beef Bacon, sliced into 1/2-inch pieces 3 tablespoons pure maple syrup 8 ripe, fresh figs, halved lengthwise 2 tablespoons of sherry vinegar or red wine vinegar ½ teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes (adjust based on desired…
Recipe by Levana Kirschenbaum. Ingredients: 3.5-4lbs Grow and Behold Beef Tongue 2 bunches Swiss chard, leaves and ribs, sliced thin 3 cups canned crushed tomatoes 6 cloves garlic, minced 2 good pinches saffron 4 bay leaves 2 teaspoons turmeric 1/2 cup raisins, dark or golden 1/4 cup dark brown sugar 1/4 cup unfiltered apple cider vinegar…
Recipe by Adam Sher and Naftali Hanau Serves 6-8 1 pkg Thin-Cut Grow and Behold Beef Bacon 12 Medjool dates, pitted and halved 1/2 cup Simple Techina (recipe below) Fill date boats with Techina. Wrap half a piece of bacon around and secure with toothpick. Cover baking sheet with foil and arrange dates on top….
This classic Danish dish makes for a delicious and indulgent Rosh Hashanah side.
We sell Corned Beef slices, which are ready for your sandwich and great to take on the go. We also offer our Corned Beef in whole pieces, which you can steam gently, with vegetables if you like, and serve as a main course. Our Corned Beef is fully cooked and seasoned, so you don’t need…
Why go with prune when you can go with pastrami? Try a hamantaschen more savory this Purim.
Smoky bacon meets sweet maple syrup meets earthy brussels sprouts to create a dreamy and decadent side dish!
Our marbled and flavorful pastrami blends seamlessly with potatoes and eggs, for a fleishig breakfast you won’t forget!
A decadent spin on a Thanksgiving classic
Latkes need not be relegated to the realm of side dish. After all, they do take some time to grate, and fry, and drain…who has time to also make a main dish as well? We’ve gone and added a little Pastrami to the mix, and all of a sudden, your run-of-the-mill latkes have become a one-dish meal. The question is just whether you’ll eat them with deli mustard or applesauce (or both!)
You’re getting out your frying pan. You’re in the mood for something crispy. Skip the sour cream and go fleishig for these amazing Chanukah treats.
Beef Bacon promises countless delights: crumbled into salads or on top of donuts, served in long strips alongside eggs, wrapped around a turkey breast, chicken or meatloaf. Because it is slightly sweet and very rich, the key is to cook it over low heat initially to encourage the fat to render out without burning the…
Enjoy the pure taste of NY Deli and great sense of accomplishment from making your own pastrami at home! All you need is time, delicious meat and a smoker.
Soak beans overnight, then simmer gently with beef bacon and onions for a creamy, one-pot meal.
Use rendered beef fat instead of butter or margarine in your baking!
Step-by-step instructions for making bacon & eggs. Asparagus is delicious, but optional!
Bacon, onion, parsley and paprika pack a lot of flavor into these mini-meatballs, which are broiled quickly in your oven — no long simmering required!