Lean Ground Beef
Our friends at Springvale Fine Foods raise their cattle in Rockyford, Alberta. And don't worry, the only ingredient in this lean ground beef is ground beef. Just like it should be. When it's local and gluten-free, you can feel good about eating ground beef throughout the week.
COOKING TIP: There is no cut of meat more versatile than ground beef. From hamburgers and meatballs to Bolognese and taco meat. Looking to mix things up? Make a "smash-burger" at home. Form a 4-ounce ball of ground meat, season it all over with kosher salt and black pepper, then place it on a hot cast iron or stainless steel pan. Smash them down with a spatula and cook them for 2-3 minutes on each side for medium-rare. You'll want to scrape the crunchy, jagged edge off the pan when you flip it. Serve on a potato roll with lettuce, sliced tomato, and pickles.