If you love barbecue, you need to try grass fed beef brisket.
Best when smoked with wood chips or cooked low and slow, beef brisket has a bold, rich beef flavor. The key is to slow cook brisket and not dry out the meat. It might even get slightly burned on the outside, but beneath that outer layer is some of the most juicy, tender and delicious beef you will ever eat. While cooking it is best to target a beef brisket internal temp of 190 degrees Fahrenheit.
While tougher than other cuts, it’s tender when cooked properly and best when prepared with your favorite dry rub or marinade (the longer it's soaked in marinade, the more complex the taste).
While brisket is best known for being smoked, it’s also great braised with vegetables. This leads to a very popular question: is brisket corned beef? The answer is corned beef starts as a brisket and is then brined for several days before a low and slow braise.
Where does grass fed beef brisket come from?
Grass fed beef brisket is a large cut from the chest, just below the chuck primal cut. Our briskets are approximately 32oz portions, if you are looking for a whole beef brisket please send us an email to discuss.
Brisket is the perfect addition to a cookout or picnic. And you’ll taste the difference with grass fed beef from Acabonac Farms, which contains no growth-promoting hormones or antibiotics. We also never use chemicals of any kind on our Long Island farm.
When you order from us, your brisket is flash frozen and delivered directly to your door.
Each Pack of Grass Fed Beef Brisket is Approximately 32oz