Recipe adapted for kosher cooking from Food52 Ingredients: 1lb Grow and Behold Ground Lamb 2 tablespoons canola oil 1 teaspoon cumin seeds 2 red onions, sliced 4 garlic cloves, minced 1 cup diced tomatoes 1 cup dried kidney beans (soaked for around 6 hours but uncooked) 2 cups Grow and Behold Chicken Bone Broth 3 teaspoons garam masala 4 teaspoons coriander powder 1 teaspoon…
Tomatoes, Leeks and a slow simmer in broth result in succulent and tender Veal Short Ribs
Cook on the stove or in a crockpot, this simple soup comes together with very little prep time and delivers delicious results. A little Beef Bacon adds smokiness and depth.
With this delicious recipe, cook your lamb shanks overnight — without heating up your kitchen. The flavorful sauce is great on noodles, potatoes or polenta.
There’s no shabbat lunch like a hot cholent with flavorful Grow and Behold Kishka and flanken.
This filling lamb broth stew is a great dinner or lunch served with a salad and grilled chicken.
This simple broth is perfect for matzo balls, noodles, and a cold night.
from Nancy Messer 3 lbs Turkey Gizzards (frozen solid ok — see note below about salt) 1 cup white wine 1 cup water 1/3 cup dried appricots, sliced 1/2 onion, thinly sliced 1 tsp. ground dried rosemary Cook in crock pot on low for 8 hours or overnight. Will cook into a thick brown gravy,…
This super simple recipe melds the sweetness of sweet potatoes and spicy kick of Chorizo sausage for a satisfying slurp.
This classic recipe from the Silver Palate works with Short Ribs as well as Flanken (Short Ribs are just a bit leaner and meatier). The meat is simmered low and slow, bathing the kitchen in a delicious aroma and yielding tender meat that practically falls apart at the touch.
A rich, umami-filled preparation for one of our most tender crock-pot cuts, with red wine and three kinds of mushrooms.
The nice thing about using a crockpot in the summer is that it doesn’t heat up your kitchen!!!
Not sure the difference between Back, Spare and Short? We break down the different rib cuts for you to help you choose the right rib for you!
The short-grain brown rice, chicken stock and tomatoes combine to make an unctuous delicious base for these tender, flavorful chicken thighs.
Nothing is more warming than a steaming bowl of beef stew. These two recipes — one more “classic,” one slightly fancier — will do the trick on a cold wintry night.
Rich, sweet and inviting, this slow-cooker recipe has a secret ingredient: gingersnaps!
Slow cooked with red wine and herbs, these succulent morsels take very little time to prepare and are positively delicious!
Whether it’s winter or summer, a crock pot let’s you assemble all the ingredients in the morning and come home to delicious smells and dinner that’s ready to put on the table. This simple recipe for Chuck Roast (one of our more economical roasts) can also be made with French Roast or Minute Roast. …
Use our kosher beef bacon to add that special umami flavor to split pea soup.