Meat originating from factory farms is highly likely to be contaminated. These huge operations have such a prevalence of crowding and unsanitary conditions that there’s a high probability for bacteria to get introduced to the meat. Our meat comes from local butchers who work by hand on one animal at a time in small facilities. It’s not uncommon for five people to work on one animal at a time. So much care and attention is taken during this process that impeccable quality standards are constantly maintained.
Tartare & Carpaccio: Luxurious Dishes You Need To Try
Eating raw meat can be a little intimidating for many people. While most of us have eaten sushi or sashimi, it feels more taboo to eat red meat without cooking it first. Just like eating raw fish, you want meat that’s used for tartare or carpaccio to be of impeccable quality and sourcing. Our tenderloin filets are perfect for making both of these dishes, and we highly recommend trying them out if you’ve never tasted these delicacies before. This meat has incredible flavor and texture, and is the perfect choice to impress guests or celebrate a special evening.
The modern practice of eating raw meat is thought to have originated in Germany. It could be served either chopped or as raw ground meat on toast. This preparation was often accompanied by a raw egg. When European settlers came to America, they brought their culinary customs with them. It’s uncertain when this menu item first became popular in restaurants. In modern times, raw meat dishes have experienced a decrease in popularity except for in the fanciest of dining establishments. This is due to health concerns over the contamination of raw meat that can occur when it is produced in mass quantities. Order quality meat online from Beck & Bulow and experience the joy of cooking with the best ingredients on the market.