Tag: nnbeef

Deal or Dud? Is Buying Grassfed Beef in Bulk Really a Deal?

Once upon a time, there was this TV news feature called Deal or Dud. The investigative reporter set out to prove a product or service one or the other. Reminds me of a question I get asked a lot: Is buying grassfed beef in bulk really that great a deal? Maybe you’ve already satisfied yourself,

How to Cook a Roast and Turn it in to 3 Family Pleasing Meals

That’s right – a THREEfer! Can you imagine NOT having to zoom through the drive thru line after soccer practice day/l o n g workday/teacher conference day/hectic any-day, because everyone’s starving and…just like that, your family’s healthy eating goals are out the window? Again. Can you imagine a stress-free dinner prep because dinner was already

Fall’s Here! Soup’s On!

As soon as the first fall cool front hits the ranch, I’m immediately craving beef veggie soup. All those warm, rich flavors meld together into a big mouthful of Fall, the most beautiful and temperate season of year here in southern Oklahoma. Our family’s favorite NNBeef soup recipe is rich in flavor, full of texture

NNB Goes to Town – for a Great Cause!

The Mystery Unfolds: Even though we’ve known each other for years, Sheri and I don’t chat on the phone very often. So when I had a couple of cryptic messages from my Oak Cliff friend, I knew something was up. Something fun and exciting, because that’s who Sheri is! But she’s also a 2 time

Meatloaf More Better

We came across the backbone for this yummy recipe on a wonderful food blog we follow, The Nourishing Home. Kelly shares lots of great recipes that fit into whole food living, especially gluten-free and/or dairy-free. This one boosts the nutritional value of this ever-so-humble, but – face it – delicious comfort food considerably. Making it

Bone Broth: Liquid Gold!

You might be one of the people who’ve heard or read about this strange sounding concoction Bone Broth, but you’re not sure how to make it. Lots of NNBeefers have discovered it’s really pretty easy and so very worth the little bit of effort it takes. Here’s how we cook up a batch here at

Asian Influenced Steak Marinade

1 or 2 NNBeef Sirloin, Flank, or Skirt Steaks 1/2 C soy sauce or coconut aminos 1/4 C olive oil 1/3 C lemon juice 1 T dried onion flakes 1 tspn dry mustard 1 tspn freshly ground pepper Pierce meat with fork generously on both sides. Whisk together til oil is well blended into other