Chuck Roast

Chuck Roast

Our boneless Chuck Roast exhibits outstanding marbling, yet is much leaner than its grain-fed counterpart. Cut from the beef shoulder just above the short rib, it becomes increasingly tender when braised or roasted, and makes an excellent choice for one-pot recipes. Get the most out of your chuck by using a rich and flavorful broth as your cooking liquid, and use the leftovers for a terrific open-faced sandwich!

Chef Tips

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  • DEFROST your meat properly – overnight in the fridge or under cold, running water for 30 min.

  • Dry your meat completely and bring to ROOM TEMP before cooking.

  • Our grass-beef is best enjoyed MEDIUM-RARE (125°F). Beef continues to cook 5 - 10°F after being removed from heat, so when cooking on high heat, remove it from the heat source 5°F “early” (120°F).

  • REST your meat. Slicing and serving it too soon means losing those delicious juices. If covering meat with foil to keep warm, cover it loosely so it doesn’t lose moisture.