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Dear Heritage Foods USA Supporter,

It is with great pride that we include a picture of the expedition about to travel to Maine for our first ever Lobster shipment.

Delivered live the Friday before Memorial Day weekend, these LOBSTAHS are fresh off the boat from Portland, Maine harvested by fisherman Mike Libby. These are world famous Maine Lobsters!

These Lobsters come packed 6 to a box with a total weight of between 6.75 and 7.5lbs.
All Lobsters are delivered Friday, May 27th!
Six 1.125lb-1.25lb Lobsters - $135 including shipping ($22.5 per person)

We recommend: Refrigerate immediately. Cook that night or the next day at the latest. Lobsters should be put into a pot of boiling water for 10 minutes after the water returns to a boil. Take them out, drain them and dip into delicious melted butter and lemon.

We don’t often think about rabbits, but breeds of rabbit face extinction just like breeds of pig and turkey. Rare Hare Barn in Leon, Kansas takes care in raising their rabbits, and work hard to preserve the endangered rabbit breeds while treating their animals humanely.

These value added meats are some of the best rabbit we have ever tasted. Rabbit Brats and Ground Rabbit Sausage allow you to taste rabbit without having to deal with the whole animal. A delicate, flavorful, and lean sausage, the Brats can be grilled or sautéed and sauced with sweet or savory flavors. The Ground Rabbit is a great base for a ragu sauce, or shaped into patties and cooked up for a quick breakfast or lunch.

However you serve it, rabbit is a low fat, low calorie, tasty meat that should be better known in the USA.

$66 - 2lbs Ground Rabbit Sausage and 2lbs Rabbit Brats
(With $19 delivery charge, 4lbs comes to about $8.25 per portion)

Stay tuned next week for a great special on our Boneless Cured Hams.

May 4, 2011

For Immediate Release: This Wednesday, fourteen major restaurants will be receiving shipments of a side of 100% pure black Angus beef raised on pasture by Craig Good of the Good Farm in Olsburg, Kansas. Craig can see his cows grazing outside his kitchen window, and has worked on the genetics of his animals with his family for the last 50 years. We applaud the Goods for maintaining 100% Angus genetics on their farm and we applaud these fourteen restaurants for taking on the challenge of butchering a side of beef. This beef has been dry aged for three weeks, for a truly superb eating experience.

This is a unique opportunity to taste some of the best grass fed beef in the country, prepared by an exceptional roster of restaurants:

  • Ma Peche - 15 W 56th Street, New York
  • Maialino - 2 Lexington Ave, New York
  • Bobo - 181 West 10th Street, New York
  • Union Square Café - 21 E 16th St, New York
  • Mwells - 21-17 49th Ave at 21st St, Queens
  • The Breslin - 16 West 29th, New York
  • Community Food and Juice - 2893 Broadway, New York
  • Eli’s - 1411 3rd Ave, New York
  • Macao - 311 Church Street, New York
  • Employees Only - 510 Hudson, New York
  • Palo Santo - 652 Union Street, Brooklyn
  • The Universal Café - 2814 19th St, San Francisco
  • The Fatted Calf 320 Fell Street, San Francisco
  • Carne Vino, The Venetian Hotel, Las Vegas
  • Hominy Grill, 207 Rutledge Ave, Charleston

Buying a side of beef offers chefs an opportunity to explore new and different cuts of beef, and thus gives consumers an education in alternatives to the typical grocery store fare. There is a lot more to a cow than just a steak, and buying whole animals inspires creativity. This is also a great way to support family farms like the Good Farm, and encourages them to keep this supply chain going.

Call your favorite of these restaurants and ask how they will be preparing their beef. The supply is limited, and orders will go fast.

For more information (718) 389-0985

Heritage Foods USA
The Source for Authentic American Heritage Foods

Heritage Foods USA has been featured as a Company of the Year in Bon Appetit, House & Garden, Newsweek, Saveur Magazine and The New York Times Magazine.

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