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
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.
Brisket is truly flavorful and a delicious fan favourite. We recommend braising with red wine, beer and chili, or using the slow cooker. The best thing about brisket is that the large amount of meat yields plenty of leftovers. Raised without the use of added hormones or steroids and no antibiotics.
A delicious and popular steak made from the eye of the prime rib. 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. Cut approximately 1 inch thick.