Thank you for the work you do and the food you provide. I've been a customer for years now and we not only benefit health-wise from your meats, but we enjoy the taste and texture much more than the grain-fed stuff. One time I started making chili and realized I was out of ground beef. I was disappointed to have to go to the grocery store to buy some of theirs. I bought what seemed the best quality and grade they had, but it was a real disappointment - an icky greasy texture and inferior taste. Now I'm much more careful not to run out. Everyone who's tried my meals made with grass-fed meats raves about them. My mom is shocked that I can put my ground beef directly into the chili (without cooking and draining the grease first) and it turns out very nice, rather than greasy and disgusting.
My husband loves everything I cook with your meats, but is especially fond of the hamburgers and the minute steaks and tenderized round steaks. He was always a "well-done" type of guy, but I've got him eating rare meats now and he loves the juiciness and tenderness and flavor. And the roasts are wonderful. I took a tip you gave in an article and I cut slits in the roast and put garlic slices in them. I also add my own rub mix to the top - a seasoned salt made from real salt, chili powder, garlic powder and paprika. I add some water to the bottom of the pot and cook it low and slow, then slice it thin and it is just delicious. Then I keep the leftover sliced meat in the juices until we eat it all up. We can no longer eat any chickens but yours - I either roast with veggies or rotisserie. Always great. We love the lunch meats and wieners. I could go on, but I'll leave it at that for now.
I feed my dogs the D&C food, along with sardines and farm fresh eggs and your meaty bones. Because I have 5 big dogs, I supplement their diet with the best quality grain-free dog food I can get, and they are healthier now than they were years ago. None are fat or stinky. My 14-year-old chow mix is still quite active and runs and jumps again like she used to. My dogs don't get fleas or ticks anymore. They range in age from 7 to 14, and they all seem healthier than the neighbors' dogs who are each about 1 year old and are already overweight and stinky.
Brenda H. November 16, 2010