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Beef: Hanger Steak


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This cut has a full, beefy flavor and richness of ribeye or strip steak. The price per pound is $21.99 and the average cut (1.29 lbs) costs $28.36. Click on this item to see the full description.

Weight and Price: The price per pound is $21.99 and the average cut (1.29  lbs) is $28.36. On the day of delivery, our team will select a cut of meat from the designated weight range and charge you according to that weight.

Description: This is 100% grass-fed, local beef right from our friends at Honey Brook Harvest Collective. The steak is cut from the plate section of the cow (the front of the belly), it "hangs" off of the cow's diaphragm, hence the name. Hanger steak is like that indie band that hasn't quite hit top-40 mainstream status yet but is big enough that everybody and their mother's heard about it. Sometime around the late 1990s, chefs caught wind of it and it started appearing on menus of American bistros and fancy restaurants alike. They liked it because it offered the full, beefy flavor and richness of more expensive cuts of meat like ribeye or strip, without the hefty price tag.

Recipe: Check out this recipe for Marinated Grilled Hanger Steak.

Storage: Keep frozen until ready to eat. Once thawed do not refreeze. Prepare within 3-4 days of thawing.

Honey Brook Harvest Collective

Located in Honey Brook, PA the Harvest Collective is a group of farmers that all grow and contribute to our food system we're working hard to develop. Initially, we first met Reuben Riehl in the fall of 2012 and began talking about this crazy idea of him supplying the CSA. Now, two and a half years later, Reuben and eight of his neighbors are growing crops, making cheese, and raising chickens, beef, pork, duck, and lamb for the CSA. The group is only open to growers that care greatly for their land and take pride in their natural growing methods. While they are not certified organic, they do everything in their power to raise their crops and animals in the healthiest way possible.

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