Palmer Westbrook Ranch now offers their Oat Hill Grass-fed Organic Beef Brisket in packages of 2.5-3.0 pounds each.
Brisket is a beef cut taken from the breast section of the cow beneath the first five ribs, behind the foreshank. It’s one of the least tender cuts of beef, but braised, smoked, or slowly roasted, it’s rendered soft and satisfying with incredible flavor.
Brisket is the primary cut for barbecue, corned beef, and Jewish pot roast. It’s also the main ingredient in some other classic dishes like Romanian pastrami and Italian bollito misto, and in England, brisket is a classic cut for a braised beef or pot roast.
The best methods for cooking a Brisket are those that cook at lower temperatures for a longer period of time, such as braising and smoking. Brining is also an option, which will turn the piece of brisket into a corned beef; after the meat is cured in a brine, it is slowly simmered until tender. A crockpot is an ideal vessel for cooking brisket: try this recipe for tender results, Slow Cooker Brisket Recipe with Carmelized Onions.
Oat Hill Grass-fed Organic Beef is certified organic by CCOF, grass fed AND grass finished, and locally raised in Smith River, CA with no antibiotics and no added hormones.