Who knew? January is National Meat Month. And even with the meatless Mondays trend and the growing desire for meatless options, there’s still another six days of the week!
The wintery blasts of arctic air ushers in the perfect opportunity to highlight some fabulous, flavorful meat dishes on your seasonal winter menu offerings.
From freshly roasted brisket to hearty rib eyes served with classic, hand whipped mashed potatoes to a heaping plate of savory slow-braised beef short ribs; the delicious dish possibilities for celebrating meat lovers this month are infinite.
One of our all-time favorite seasonal meat dishes? Warm and plentiful dead of winter stews.
These savory meat stews are cooked low and slow. A bowl of perfect deliciousness that within the first bite, any hint of the winter doldrums is immediately lifted. From varieties such as Kentucky Burgoo (sirloin, potatoes, Kentucky bourbon) to Pork & Lentil Stew (fresh pork, green & yellow lentils, cilantro, lime, avocado, poached egg) … any (and all) varieties of seasonal meat stews are sure to satisfy guests, and bring them back for more this winter.
*Founding Farmers Kentucky Burgoo seasonal winter stew