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Beef: Tri-Tip


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Texturally, Tri-tip resembles a flat cut brisket, though it is a very lean cut. The price per lb is $18.99 and the average cut (1.65 lbs) is $31.33 Click on this item to see the full description.

Weight and Price: Weights are available from 1.25 - 2.04 lbs. The price per lb is $18.99 and the average cut (1.65 lbs) is $31.33 (listed in the short description). On the day of delivery, our team will select a cut of meat from the designated weight range and charge you accordingly.

Description: This cut is from the bottom sirloin, from the muscle group that controls the steers back legs (it applies its force to the steer's kneecap). It's a pretty lean cut. Texturally, it resembles a flat cut brisket, though it doesn't have nearly as much outside fat. Flavorwise, its closer to a eye round roast. It's not huge on beef flavor or fat, so it's a generally good idea to season it generously and serve it with a flavorful sauce.

Recipe: Check out this recipe for Argentine Grilled Tri-Tip!

Storage: Keep frozen until ready to prepare. Thaw overnight in the refrigerator, once thawed, keep refrigerated and use within 3-4 days.

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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