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Sirloin Pita Salad Sandwich

3 Nov

The Earl of Sandwich had no idea the versatile food trend he began with the first sandwich in the 18th century. Sandwiches are usually served at our house when we don’t have time to sit around the table and enjoy a meal or when I’m just too busy to cook (my favorite excuse!). Hamburgers are […]

Girl Scout One-Pot Meal

17 Jan

Have you ever had Girl Scout Campfire Stew?  We actually made this recipe on one of our first  Troop 150 camping trips. It’s easy to make in the kitchen  and a perfect recipe when you need something easy,quick and nutritious on a cold winter night!  Add a pan of cornbread,Girl Scout Cookies for dessert and […]

Razorback Tailgate Special

29 Oct

Grilling is  considered a seasonal way of cooking for many folks but we enjoy grilling year round except for when the snow is blowing!  We’re offering a special price for beef patties and steak until Thanksgiving or we sell out. You can purchase a package of 6 beef patties (1/3lb per patty)  for $5 and your choice of […]

Labor Less on Labor Day

3 Sep

Even though we’ll be working on the dairy and beef farm as usual this Labor Day  weekend, I do look forward to preparing easy but delicous meals for the family.  I find that a good hamburger is hard to beat and of course Anglin Beef is the perfect choice for a tasty burger.  A few weeks […]

It’s Beef Month!

9 May

What do warmer weather,Mother’s Day and Memorial Day have in common? Great opportunities for enjoying beef! To celebrate the beginning of grilling season, Anglin Beef is offering a special price for ground beef and roasts for the month of May. You can purchase ground beef for $3.25/lb,chuck roast for $4/lb or Rump/Pikes Peak roast for […]

Farmers Celebrate Earth Day Everyday

22 Apr

Beginning late this afternoon we have received much needed rain to fill our ponds and replenish the moisture in the soil for our soon to be planted hay and corn crops. While God supplies the rain and sunshine, farmers work hard every day to protect the land and preserve our natural resources for future generations. […]

Cheeseburgers Redefined

27 Mar

Have you tried the Borden Singles Sensations cheese slices? If you are wanting to add a new twist to your cheeseburger, you may want to try one of the six varieties available. This past week while attending the Dairy Farmers of America annual business meeting in Kansas City, I sampled the two newest varieties-3 Cheese […]

Need a Rub?

14 Mar

Yesterday at the Arkansas Farm Bureau Women’s Conference in Little Rock, Donette Stump from the Arkansas Beef Council presented a beef workshop. She gave us great ideas to present to children and adults about beef. If you are needing an activity for a classroom or 4-H club, you can make snack packs using foods from […]

Pot Roast Cooking

6 Feb

Last week we had a customer ask Ryan about how to cook a roast. I was surprised to be asked how to cook a roast because I really never thought about the fact of how I had learned to cook a roast. When I was growing up, my Dad cooked roast,potatoes and carrots for Sunday […]

BEEFY SWEET POTATO HASH

23 Jan

Ryan and I were privileged to attend the American Farm Bureau Convention in Atlanta January 8-12. We enjoyed everything except the ice storm! Ryan came home with a bag full of goodies from the trade show. As I was sorting through the treasures, I found this recipe card from the Beef Check-Off booth. It sounds […]