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Steak and Eggs Recipe

Steak and eggs is one of those dishes that straddles the categories of refined and rugged. It’s a dish you can cook over a campfire or serve with a glass of Champagne at a family brunch. We love this recipe because it’s simple, delicious and high in protein (so it’ll help counteract all the milk…

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Sous Vide Beef Tenderloin Recipe

French for “under vacuum,” sous vide (pronounced “soo veed”) is a method of cooking that relies on precision temperature control to create the perfect doneness every time. When it comes to cooking steak, cooking sous vide is a game-changer. Cooking sous vide helps ensure that your meat is cooked to a safe temperature without ever…

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5 Tips for enjoying Frontière Natural Meats this holiday season

By: Monica Stockbridge, Frontière Natural Meats For many of us, December is a time of food, family and tradition. This month, we’re balancing year-end errands, family visits and the joy (and stress) of gift-giving. Whether you’re looking to stock up on holiday vittles to feed family and friends, or getting your freezer ready for the…

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Why We’re Grateful for Sous Vide Cooking

A Home Cook’s Greatest Meat-Cooking Secret By: Monica Stockbridge, Frontière Natural Meats For many of us, cooking for friends and family is a favorite pastime. It’s about gathering together, and, if we’re lucky, enjoying memorable meals that nurture the soul and the belly. And hey, if we’re being honest, we’re grateful for anything that makes…

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Buffalo vs Bison What’s the Difference?

Food Safety Information from the United States Department of Agriculture Download the PDF: Bison from Farm to Table Bison from Farm to Table One of our most enduring American images is that of the great American buffalo, or species Bison bison. These huge, shaggy animals once roamed from Canada to Mexico, grazing the Great Plains…

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Elk Shepherd’s Pie Recipe

Shepherd’s pie originated as a sort of mince meat pie common in the UK and Ireland. Today, it makes a great choice for a hearty, satisfying family meal — whether you live in a country cottage, city condo or a suburban home. That’s because shepherd’s pie can be prepared using minimal pots and pans. The…

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Mushroom & Onion Blended Burgers

Ah, the burger. It’s the sign of summer, the star of the barbecue, and a palate-pleaser for carnivores the world over. When it comes to recipes, you can go super simple with meat, salt and pepper, or dress it up by mixing in everything from eggs and breadcrumbs to chopped bacon into the patties. While…

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All About Elk Meat

By Monica Stockbridge, Frontière Natural Meats. Everything you need to know about cooking (and eating!) elk meat. If you’re reading this blog, chances are good that you like to cook (and eat) meat. From burgers on the grill to slow-cooked roasts to perfectly seasoned steaks, incorporating different meats into your kitchen routine can be a…

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Bison Burger Recipe

Ingredients 1 lb. ground bison -or- 3 to 4 (1/3 lb.) bison burger patties Olive oil spray 1 tsp. Flavor Crust Seasoning Instructions If frozen, thaw ground bison in the refrigerator for two days before making the patties. Preheat griddle to 550° before cooking. We suggest using a laser thermometer to test the temperature. Form…

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Grilling Tips for Burgers and Steaks

By Monica Stockbridge, Frontière Natural Meats. Keep summer grilling season going strong with our grilling tips. There’s something about cooking food on an outdoor grill that just screams summer. For many of us, grilling is steeped in tradition. Cooking over a hot flame might stir memories of family members grilling on the patio during summer…

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