Welcome to the Wild Earth Kitchen!
We created Wild Earth Kitchen Cooking Blog to widen the traditional lens of beef butchery to view the practice holistically and help bring that nose to tail philosophy into your kitchen. I come from a family of foodies! We’re the family that gathers in the kitchen and around the fire. It is what drew me to expanding our ranch to direct community sales. I wanted to produce a beef that I not only felt good about raising and eating but that also tasted amazing. The unique texture and flavor profile of grass fed beef raised in Southeast Texas really took our home cooking to an entirely new level. It’s a beef that I’m proud of and that I love to share with you. Its stands apart in all the right ways.
My dad always said we sell everything but the moo.. and we’re working on that! At Wild Earth we pride ourselves on celebrating each unique aspect of the animal and letting little go to waste by offering the lesser knowns, the old fashioned, the newfangled, and the butcher’s secrets. It’s no small task to raise an animal for food and not one we take lightly, by stepping outside the box a little we can truly honor each and every animal. Our grass fed beef comes with a story rich in tradition, transparent and traceable background, paramount humane treatment, and minimal carbon footprint.
The most rewarding aspect of having a small beef company is the ability to watch your dreams grow and move through a long, beautiful process to get the best quality beef to feed your family. So come on, let’s get a little Wild in the Kitchen.
How to Navigate the Blog:
- Browse the subcategories for inspiration. They're organized by cooking method and by course
- Have a cut you’re not sure what to do with? Just type it in! It will pull up the product page and any recipes that it’s listed as a suggested cut.
- Craving Mexican food? Recipes are tagged by cuisine.. simply type “Mexican” and relevant recipes will appear
- Dying to use your Instant Pot? You guessed it.. search “Instant Pot” or pressure cooker to pull up all the high pressure braising goodness.
- Love a recipe or did you put a twist on it? Leave a comment!