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Learn How to Cook Grass-Fed Beef at Burgundy Pasture Beef

Saturday, January 23rd, 2010

















I want to eat more grass-fed beef but I don’t know how to cook it.  We hear that a lot.  Well, if you live in North Texas help is here.  Burgundy Pasture Beef in Grandview is offering cooking classes on selected weekends.  Their class last weekend, COOKING WITH GRASS FED BEEF & MORE, featured Chef Nick Amoriello and Burgundy Pasture co-owner Wendy Taggart demonstrating and discussing fundamental cooking techniques for braising, roasting and sautéing grass fed beef & lamb.  Chef Nick is Executive Chef of Potager in Arlington and a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park New York.  Burgundy Pasture Beef is a 100% grass-fed beef ranch with their own butcher shop, store and grill.  The Taggart’s raise and pasture their cattle on native and select cultivated grasses at their ranch south of Fort Worth.  At the Boucherie (butcher shop) they dry-age and cut their own beef for optimal flavor and tenderness.  The Boucherie is the first exclusively pastured meats butcher market in the D/FW area.  The cooking class included a cooking demonstration, tastings, lots of interaction and Q&A, and a 10% discount on all meat purchases so you can practice what you learn.  The Burgundy Boucherie is at 800 McDuff in Grandview, TX just east of I-35W about half way between Fort Worth and Hillsboro.  Information is on their web site