In 2009, the Wall Street Journal took an investigative foray into the world of grass-fed cattle ranching. Journalists purchased steaks from five U.S. producers and fired them at a backyard barbecue outside of Phoenix. They then proceeded to rate each cut, unanimously concluding that the new york strip steak from La Cense Beef was superior to its competitors and even ?comparable to a strip at an elite steakhouse.?
The ranchers at La Cense Beef were hardly surprised by this conclusion. On 88,000 acres in western Montana, they raise healthy cows by following methods first practiced on the ranch in 1869. Through sustainable practices, the team has been able to avoid the use of pesticides, antibiotics, and hormones. They hand-cut, vacuum-seal, and immediately freeze each steak before shipping packages with instructions and cheat codes to help unlock the beef?s natural flavor.
We create herbal extracts that are all natural, with very little alcohol content. We start by selecting the finest organic herbs and ingredients from around the world and take special care to ensure the final product meets the highest of standards.
Red Rooster Café delights hungering tongue buds with belly-warming forkfuls of breakfast, lunch, and baked offerings. Owner Donna Godwin specializes in country-kitchen comforts, from old-school blue-plate lunch specials to the hearty pie slices and homemade jams. Morning munchers can start their day or day-like dream with an order of hearty buckwheat cakes ($5.29), homemade biscuits and gravy ($5.99), or the breakfast burrito, a flour tortilla teeming with scrambled eggs, hash browns, sausage, and cheddar and capped off with green chili ($8.99).
Fans of pre-dinner dining revel in Off Main Street Deli's menu of hearty breakfast and lunch fare, including homemade soups, salads, sandwiches, sack lunches, and sweets. Begin daily deliciousness quests with an order of french toast ($4.95) or a bagel loaded with eggs, ham, and cheese ($3.50). Dive into a deluge of taco soup on Wednesdays to master midweek masticating ($2.50–$4) or chomp on a chicken-caesar salad to teach teeth about Rome's most infamous dressing inventor ($5.75–$8.25). Leisurely lunchers chew each bite of the chicken-salad sandwich 20 times before swallowing ($6–$8), and busy businessmen pick portable sack lunches, which include a choice of chips, cookie, and soda, to power-eat their way through noontime meetings ($6.25–$10). Satisfy sweet teeth with a cream-cheese-frosted pumpkin bar ($2) or a homemade chocolate-chip cookie ($1.50), and wash down wayward stomach stuffers with a canned soda ($1) or juice ($2). Off Main Street Deli is open until 3 p.m. Monday through Saturday.