The Perfect Seared Steak with Alpine’s Garlic Thyme Butter

Ingredients Two 1 ¼ inch Prime Strips or Boneless Ribeyes 1 teaspoon Sea salt 3/4 teaspoon Coarse black pepper 1 tablespoon olive oil 2 tablespoons Alpine’s Garlic Thyme butter Step 1 Let steaks stand 30 minutes at room temperature. Step 2 Preheat over to 400F. Step 3 Cover salt and pepper evenly over steaks. Step […]

Sweet Italian Chicken Sausage Stuffed Zucchini

Ingredients 1# Alpine’s Sweet Italian Chicken Sausage Meat 4 Whole Medium Sized Zucchini 3 Whole Tomatoes 1 cup Shredded Asiago Cheese 15 Crackers of choice 1teaspoon Olive Oil 1 table spoon Black Pepper. Step 1 Preheat oven to 350F Step 2 Heat a large cast-iron skillet over high heat. Add oil to the pan.  Add […]

Spicy Cherry Pepper Pork Cutlets with Roasted Red Skin Potatoes

Ingredients: Six 1/3 inch thick Boneless Pork Cutlets 1 Cup Italian Bread crumbs 1 Container of Tutto Calabria Hot Cherry Peppers 1/2 cup of Olive Oil 15 Red Bliss Potatoes Quartered Sea Salt Black Pepper Garlic Rosemary Tin Foil Roasted Red Skin Potatoes Preheat Oven to 350F. Drizzle Olive Oil over Red Bliss Potatoes and […]

Red Wine Braised Beef Short Ribs

Have the short rib rack cut into 8 pieces so it is easy to work with This is how I do my short ribs: Step one: Season meat with salt, pepper, and garlic powder. Step two: Sear on all sides in a skillet using olive oil until golden brown. Remove meat from heat and put […]

Alpine’s Fall-off-the-Bone BBQ Pork Ribs

Ingredients: 2 Racks of Baby Back or St. Louis Pork Ribs 1 Container of Alpine’s BBQ Dry Rub 1 cup of your Favorite BBQ Sauce Aluminum Foil Instructions: Preheat oven to 225F Season Ribs with Alpine’s BBQ Dry Rub Place ribs meat side down on an aluminum Foil wrapped oven pan Bake for 3.5 hours. […]

Alpine’s Smoked Brisket

Start with a well-trimmed USDA Prime Brisket from Alpine Butcher. Rub Down Brisket at least an hour before smoking with your dry rub of choice. A simple 50/50 Mixture of coarse black Pepper and Sea salt is all you need. Using your wood of choice and following your smokers directions, get your smoker steady at […]

Benefits of Bison

Many individuals have already converted to bison for all of their meat need in many areas across the country. Butchers have noticed that bison, aka Buffalo has recently found a resurgence as a significant contender to the typical red meat that one normally eats. This has come about because beef tends to be high in […]

Are you prepping your Chicken correctly?

Chicken is the most popular food prepared in American households. This makes it common at the butcher shop to be prepared constantly. One of the cheaper meats, chicken is lean, high in protein and highly versatile in its preparation. From baking, grilling, frying to soups chicken can go a long way in the household which […]

Pairing Meat and Wine

Choosing the perfect wine to complement your main dish can make the meal that much more enjoyable. Here is a look at what kinds of wine go best with meats from poultry to pork!

Go local with your meat

In today’s world there’s a lot of buzz about “buying local.” To many people, this can sometimes sound like empty, hipster etiquette where anyone can slap a label on a product that says “local” and charge you double the price plus an arm and leg… Well, maybe not your arm and leg, but you get […]