Modeled after the old fashion English butcher shops, The Organic Butcher is a full-service, traditional butcher shop with over 80 years' experience behind the counter. Walk into our quaint setting and you'll be engulfed by vibrant colors of fresh meat, seafood just 24 hours out of the water, and an accompaniment of boutique wines, artisan cheese, local produce and unique grocery items. Enjoy the old world-influenced, traditional butcher-shop atmosphere while knowing that the goods you take home are free of antibiotics and hormones; most meat and poultry are sourced from local farms.
An experienced butcher is always behind the counter to provide you with your favorite cuts and special requests and to offer you help in selecting the perfect cut of meat, game or poultry as well as provide you information on our farms and cooking tips on how to best prepare your purchases in your own kitchen.
Julia Child's Beef Bourguinon is a classic recipe and here at the Organic Butcher we count down the days each year until the weather turns just cool enough to make this dish! It's hearty, delicious and would impress just about anyone. Ingredients: 1 (3 Pound) filet of beef, trimmed Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper, for seasoning plus 1 teaspoon salt and 1/2 teaspoon pepper 3 to 4 tablespoons good olive oil 1/4 Pound bacon, diced 2 Garlic cloves, minced 1 1/2 Cups good dry red wine, such as Burgundy or Chianti 2 Cups beef stock 1 tablespoon tomato paste 1 Sprig fresh thyme 1/2 Pound pearl onions, peeled 8 to 10 carrots, cut diagonally into 1-inch thick... Continue Reading →
When the weather is cool all we want is warm and hearty food! We decided to do a cool-weather take on the classic pulled pork by braising it in apple cider. This is a very simple recipe that can feed a lot of people and tastes delicious! Ingredients: 1 4-8 LB Pork Shoulder Dizzy Pig's All-Purpose BBQ Seasoning Salt & Pepper EVOO 4-6 C. Apple Cider Old Mule BBQ Sauce Step 1 - Pick up a 4-8 LB pork shoulder. Step 2 - Pre-heat oven to 325 degrees. Step 3 - Liberally rub the entire pork shoulder with a dry rub and a bit of salt & pepper. We prefer the Dizzy Pig's All Purpose BBQ Seasoning for the dry... Continue Reading →