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    • ThinkMeatThinkMeatBrought to you by the James Beard FoundationMeesha Halm // Usha K // Emily Olson // Sharbani Roy
    • ThinkMeatBrought to you by the James Beard FoundationCookBuyAppreciateGrass-fed Beef
    • ThinkMeatBrought to you by the James Beard FoundationEpicuriousOpen-MindedAdventurous
    • ThinkMeatBrought to you by the James Beard FoundationEngage Users atCritical Points ofDecision Making
    • ThinkMeatBrought to you by the James Beard FoundationEncourage andEmpowerConsumption ofGrass-fed Beef
    • ThinkMeatBrought to you by the James Beard FoundationThinkMeatis not just arecipe app
    • CookEatLearnThinkMeatBrought to you by the James Beard Foundation
    • How many peopleare you cooking for?4What to Cook?
    • How much time doyou have?2hrsWhat to Cook?
    • What to Cook?What meat wouldyou like to eat?(choose all that apply)Grass-fed BeefChicken Fish LambPork Shellfish Turkey?
    • Boil BraiseGrillFryPoach RoastSauté Steam StewWhat to Cook?How would you liketo cook?(choose all that apply)
    • What Recipe?What sounds the best?Grass-fed TenderloinSteak with Mushrooms1 hrGrass-fed Top RoundRoast2 hrsGrass-fed Rib-eye withHerb Lemon Butter30 min
    • Ingredients4 grass-fed bone-in rib-eyesteaks (1 lb. each and about1 in. thick)Kosher salt and freshlyground black pepperVegetable oil2 oz Butter1 lemon1 bunch parsleyIngredients PreparationGrass-fed Rib-eye withHerb Lemon Butter30 min
    • Who has the ingredients?19 Stores Nearby
    • Get DirectionsRain Meat ButchersTake the magical pond for fivemiles in your rowboat to the whiteduck.Get out of your boat, and boardthe unicorn to candyland.Next, wake up because you mightbe dreaming. Or, you might not.
    • Safeway #42034 grass-fed bone-inrib-eye steaks (1 lb.each and about 1 in.thick)Kosher salt andfreshly groundblack pepperVegetable oil2 oz Butter1 lemon1 bunch parsleyWhich Aisle?Aisle 1Aisle 4Aisle 4Aisle 5Aisle 9Aisle 9
    • Get Cooking!Ingredients Preparation4 grass-fed bone-in rib-eyesteaks (1 lb. each and about1 in. thick)Kosher salt and freshlyground black pepperVegetable oil2 oz Butter1 lemon1 bunch parsleyGrass-fed Rib-eye withHerb Lemon Butter30 min
    • CookEatLearnThinkMeatBrought to you by the James Beard Foundation
    • How many peopleare in your party?6Find Good Eats!
    • How soon would youlike to eat?2hrsFind Good Eats!
    • How much would youlike to spend?$$Find Good Eats!
    • Find Good Eats!hrshrs?What meat wouldyou like to eat?(choose all that apply)Grass-fed BeefChicken Fish LambPork Shellfish Turkey?
    • Let’s EatWhat sounds the best?Mirch Masala8:00PMHubert Grill8:30PMRodriguez’s9:00PM
    • Description:Girasole brings the charm of the oldworld to Atlantic City. From themoment you enter this bright, airyrestaurant, you are whisked away to aMediterranean café. The aroma ofhandmade pasta dishes, fresh seafood& gourmet brick oven pizza fills the air.Let’s EatEat Here?Hubert Grill1 hrGo There Call to Reserve
    • Get DirectionsTake the magical pond for fivemiles in your rowboat.Then, turn left at the white duck.Get out of your boat, and boardthe unicorn to candyland.Next, wake up because you mightbe dreaming. Or, you might not.
    • CookEatLearnThinkMeatBrought to you by the James Beard Foundation
    • ThinkMeatUnique & DeliciousExperience the uniqueflavor of Grass-fed beef inyour own home and favoriterestaurants. Here are a fewtips to help you make themost of this delicious, sus-tainable meat.Tip 1: Lower in fat content =faster cooking timeTip 2: Don’t walk from theskillet and email....regard-less of cooking method, Forthose grillers, heat the coalsto a lower temperature
    • ThinkMeatWhy Grass-fed Beef?All meat is not created equal.Pastured animals don’t requirelarge quanities of antibioticslike animals living in CAFOS orfeedlots.Grass fed meat is lower in cal-ories, high in healthy fats, andhave nuanced flavors based onthe terrior of the pasture. Pas-tured meats are also “feelgood” because of the lowcarbon footprint, humanetreatment of animals, and sup-port of local production andfarms.
    • ThinkMeatWhy Sustainable Meat?It’s good for the earth.Large scale, industriallyraised meat is taking its tollon the environment. Thehuge resources associatedwith feeding, raising andtransporting them leaves animmense carbon footprint.Pastured farms that raisecows, pigs, chicken) prac-ticing sustainable land man-agement technique canprovide a better alternativeto conventionally farmingand decrease our carbon
    • ThinkMeatFurther ResourcesJames Beard FoundationArtisan Beef InstituteAmerican Grassfed AssociationThe Butcher’s GuildNRDC.ORG
    • ThinkMeatBrought to you by the James Beard FoundationLeverageJBF Chefs’ Insights,Parners&Following
    • ThinkMeatBrought to you by the James Beard FoundationSolves thequestion of“What’s for dinner?”