It’s fall, and even though we may miss the long, warm summer days, now we can enjoy meals that are just perfect for cooler weather. We may do less grilling, but more stewing. Drink less Lemon Shandies, but more Pumpkin Ale. Fall is the ideal time to experiment with new recipes and new ingredients. One of the best places to find both is at The Butcher’s Market.
Stews or chili make a warm and hearty meal—perfect for football tailgating or to come home to after a Saturday of kid activities. If you want to use traditional meat, our ground beef is ground fresh daily, from chuck and inside top sirloin round. You’ll get a lean (15%) fat ratio that is just enough to give your meal flavor, without being heavy. Or try a mixture of ground beef and pork for more flavor depth–we can grind different combinations of meats to most specifications.
If you want to try something different, use exotic meat in your stew or chili, like camel or venison. Because these meats are so lean, they’re not ideal to grill like a burger, but when slow cooked until tender, with other vegetables, beans and gravies, they shine.
Pair a stew, soup or chili with some warm, crusty bread. We offer handcrafted goods by local bakery, Stick Boy Bread Co., so it’s easy to grab a loaf while you’re hear.
Fire up the oven to roast a chicken, turkey or duck. Our chicken is raised cage free, with plenty of space, fresh air, water and sunlight, and is, of course, antibiotic and hormone free. Or, broil up a dinner of the other white meat! Our all-natural Heritage Breed Pork is juicy and flavorful.
Pastas are also warm and filling comfort food to enjoy as the days get shorter. For an easy, yet elegant meal, cook some egg noodles while you broil our delicious marinated beef tips. Add one of our simple to prepare vegetable selections and you’ll have everything you need for a quick weeknight treat.
No matter what the season, The Butcher’s Market is always stocked with a variety of fresh meats, poultry, and fish that will tempt your taste buds in cold weather or warm. For new ideas on what to fix this fall, check out our website for great recipes, or come by our North Raleigh or Cary locations.