Sous-vide and vacuum-sealing are superior techniques for producing precisely cooked steaks and chops, but also, for completely different reasons, a great way to slow-cook tough cuts and to craft preserved meats.
- We use the sous-vide technique to produce melt-in-your-mouth tender cuts like ribs, shoulder and brisket that you can heat and serve in minutes instead of hours.
- We use vacuum-cure to produce real cured bacon, hams and confit that are both more flavorful than commercial meats and are truly preserved, and will last for months in your refrigerator, even after being opened.
Generally speaking, our sous-vide products are fully cooked and ready to heat and serve. Some, like the duck confit, will benefit from browning off in a pan. Our smoked brisket is perfect when finished off in the oven. Our vacuum-cured products are just like traditional ones; hams are fully cooked, bacon will need to be cooked in a pan or oven. All our products come with complete instructions on the label. Enjoy!
All of our reverse-sear items are shipped flash-frozen in dry ice. We ship once a week on Wednesdays. We ship 2nd day so that packages will arrive no later than Friday afternoon. Because of restrictions for shipping with dry ice, orders shipped by air may have to be broken up into multiple packages. If your order includes refrigerated items, they will be shipped with the meat. If you order unrefrigerated items, they will be shipped separately by ground. Orders received after noon on Tuesday will ship the following week. When your order has been placed, you will receive an email notification from us which will include your shipping date. When your order ships, you will receive an email with a tracking number you can use to check its status. Please allow 24 hours for the tracking information to become available. Shipping rates are a tiered flat rate based on order total:
Order Total (pre-tax) Shipping
$0.00 – $124.99 $20.00
$125.00 – $250.00 $30.00
Over $250.00 FREE!!!
*NOTE: Because our product is perishable, we will not ship to P.O. Boxes or other drop boxes.
When you receive your shipment, please exercise caution when opening it. Dry ice can cause severe burns. If there is dry ice remaining in the box, carefully remove your items without handling the dry ice. If there is no dry ice left, please confirm that the goods inside the box are at 40F or lower. If they are not, please contact us at email@example.com
We cannot accept returns on perishable goods, but in the event that your order arrives damaged or over temperature (40F), please contact us as soon as possible at firstname.lastname@example.org with your order number, tracking number and a photo of the item’s condition. We must address these issues on a case-by-case basis, but we will do our best to make it right.