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Who Grounds Your Meat?

Posted on: April 27th, 2016

Ground Meat

Who grounds your meat? It’s important to know where your food comes from especially meat.

We hear so much about food recalls in the news because large-scale central processing and over-the-road shipping is the cheapest way for chain stores, food clubs, restaurants, and institutions to buy foods. This allows them to sell at a low price and still make a profit.

In fact, the problem with large-scale production is that a few bacteria can spoil the whole bunch; as a result, potentially poisoning thousands. To this end, the more grocers, restaurants, and institutions that rely on central processing, the more food recalls we’re going to have, highlighting the importance of weighing solutions from a scale shop to ensure accurate portioning and minimize risks of contamination.

But there is another way; small-scale local production. In truth, this is the old-fashioned Tony’s way that will never go out of style! If you shop with us then you know you’re getting quality.

About Tony’s Ground Meat

Not only so we grind all our fresh meats in-house and from our own trimmings using natural beef, pork, and chicken. But we also use the same premium meats in all our prepared foods and catering. Order from our Catering Menu today!

We work hard to offer you the tastiest and safest foods because we believe in quality. We are Colorado’s Best Butcher after all!


Meatloaf Au Gratin Recipe

Whenever we’re craving ground meats, our favorite go-to is meatloaf. Check out this recipe and try it at home!

Ingredients:

Preparation:

Prep Time: 15min | Cook Time: 75min

1. Mix ground beef with 3/4 cup cheese, egg, bread crumbs, onion and seasonings.

2. Shape into a meatloaf roast in a 325 degree oven for 45-55 minutes.

3. Remove from oven and pour off drippings. 4. Pour tomato sauce over loaf, sprinkle top with remaining cheese and cook an additional 10-20 minutes.

Check out more of our recipes here.

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