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Elk Striploin

This Alberta Ranched Elk is easy to cook is terrific for either quick meals or gourmet feasts. We recommend cooking elk to a state of rare or medium-rare to ensure maximum tenderness. Our elk meat is raised without the use of hormones or antibiotics and is supplied by the Canadian Rocky Mountain Ranch.

Elk Tenderloin

Elk meat can be substituted for beef in most recipes with a few changes. Since elk is so low in fat use care to ensure the meat is not overcooked. We recommend cooking elk to a state of rare or medium-rare to ensure maximum tenderness. Our elk meat is raised without the use of hormones or antibiotics and is supplied by the Canadian Rocky Mountain Ranch.

Elk Top Sirloin

Elk meat is lean, tender and flavorful, which means that it requires minimal fuss and seasonings to prepare it. Lower in fat and cholesterol than beef and even chicken, elk top sirloin should be cooked to a state of rare or medium-rare to ensure maximum tenderness. Our elk meat is raised without the use of hormones or antibiotics and is supplied by the Canadian Rocky Mountain Ranch.

Eye of round

Eye of Round

This lean Eye of Round cut is best when cooked to medium rare and sliced thinly against the grain. Our beef is raised without the use of hormones or antibiotics and is supplied by Baretta Farms.

Fois Gras

The ideal addition to any party or event, place fois gras on your charcuterie board and serve with crusty bread or crackers.

Free Range Eggs

These free range chickens are raised naturally without the use of hormones or antibiotics, ensuring a dark orange yolk filled with delicious nutrients.

Goose

Urban Butcher is proud to offer whole goose naturally & locally raised in Pincher Creek. The meat of a goose is dark and succulent, and when cooked to perfection, will fall off the bone at the touch of your fork. It’s high in fat, meaning it will melt in your mouth. When roasted the meat will release juices, which is essential for basting the bird and roasting other vegetables. There is nothing that excites us more than the ‘crisp as a cracker’ golden skin that coats the goose when cooked!

Ground Bison

Ground Bison is a healthy option, low in fat, calories and cholesterol and high in protein and iron. Some options for cooking include burgers, pizza, chili, lasagna and meatballs. We recommend cooking bison to a state of rare or medium-rare to ensure maximum tenderness. Our bison is raised without the use of hormones or antibiotics and is supplied by the Canadian Rocky Mountain Ranch.

Ground Elk

Substitute this ground elk meat for any Beef recipes. Our elk meat is low in cholesterol, high in protein, and is raised without the use of hormones or antibiotics. Supplied by the Canadian Rocky Mountain Ranch.

Ground Lamb

If you’ve never cooked with ground lamb before, it will change your food game for good. It’s the perfect easy-to-use substitute when you’re feeling bored of ground beef or turkey, and can be used in tons of ways—in Mediterranean dishes like gyros or quick, easy dinners like a lamb and eggplant skillet.

Ground Veal

Why not try ground veal in your favorite recipes? It has less fat and cholesterol than beef, and is an even better source of nutrients like protein, riboflavin and B6. Pasture-raised veal has much of the flavor of beef but is leaner and moister.

Ground Wild Boar

Wild boar tastes like a cross between pork and beef, with a unique juicy succulence. The meat is a bit darker, perhaps due to the healthy iron content. With a rich and nutty flavour wild boar offers something unique