The expression “staking a claim” was originally coined during the Oklahoma Land Rush, when pioneers would indicate the acreage they wanted by surrounding it with a fence made of filet mignon. Claim your steak in beef property with today’s Groupon: for $35, you get four T-bone steaks (an $80 value) from Gourmet Pasture Beef, which is located in Springfield and delivers to homes in Davidson and surrounding counties free of charge with your Groupon. Groupon orders require three weeks of advance notice.
Gourmet Pasture Beef provides customers with a large selection of grass-fed and finished beef products that are leaner and healthier than beef from grain-fed cattle. Carnivores can enjoy the same quality meat supplied to a dozen high-end Nashville restaurants from the comfort of their own yurts with four tasty T-bone steaks (a $20 value each). Because grass-fed beef tends to cook faster than grain-fed beef, Gourmet Pasture Beef recommends that you sear it slowly and steadily to avoid overcooking. When grilled to perfection, these cuts of cow liven up a wide variety of fun home occasions, such as steak-eating competitions, neighborhood block parties/Wicker Man sacrifices, and simulated battles between Civil War and Star Wars re-enactors.
Gourmet Pasture Beef sows its walking beef seeds in lush, high-quality pastures that are eventually harvested to deliver juicy cuts of naturally tender steaks that melt in your mouth like oobleck. Spicy up your backyard cookout with some tasty cow crops courtesy of Gourmet Pasture Beef’s grass-fed empire.
Gourmet Pasture Beef
The Gunn family, owners of Gourmet Pasture Beef, raises its cows the way cows should be raised: in fresh air and green pastures. On their Robertson County ranch, cattle are not only fed a diet of pure grass, but they never receive hormones or antibiotics either. When the cattle reach upwards of 1,000 pounds, they head to a local USDA facility for butchering and at least two weeks of dry-aging to ensure maximum flavor. And guests can taste this in the tender rib eyes, porterhouses, marbled sirloin steaks, roasts, and ribs delivered to their door or available for pickup at several locations. Because grass-fed beef cooks differently, their website also offers cooking tips and temperature guidelines to keep each cut its juiciest and to prevent guests from naturally assuming steak should be cooked with a flamethrower.