Experience the unparalleled taste and quality of Oregon Meat Co.'s beef shank, a standout cut in our superior range of 100% grass-fed beef. Cut Osso Buco style, this beef shank is a testament to our commitment to ethical farming practices and our dedication to bringing the best of Oregon's pastures to your plate.
Our beef shank, a cut from the lower leg of the cow, is known for its richness of flavor and dense, fibrous texture. Cooked slowly, it yields a meat that is tender and infused with the natural goodness of grass-fed beef. The marrow in the bone brings a unique depth of flavor and nutritional benefit to any dish.
The cattle at Oregon Meat Co. live as nature intended: roaming freely on open pastures, feeding on lush grass. This lifestyle, free from chemicals, antibiotics, and hormones, results in beef that's superior in taste, texture, and health benefits. We dry-age our beef, a method trusted by gourmet restaurants and high-end butcher shops, enhancing the 'beefy' flavor and ensuring a tender texture.
This cut of meat is perfect for a traditional Italian Osso Buco, slowly cooked with vegetables, white wine, and broth. It's also wonderful in a hearty beef stew, where the bone marrow enriches the dish, or in a comforting bowl of pho, the Vietnamese noodle soup.
Our grass-fed beef shank is high in protein, iron, and other essential nutrients, while being lower in total fat compared to grain-fed beef. It is also an excellent source of Omega-3 fatty acids, known for their health benefits.
Each package, averaging 3 lbs, is the perfect size for a family meal. Immerse yourself in the superior taste of our 100% grass-fed beef and embark on a culinary journey that promises satisfaction in every bite. By choosing Oregon Meat Co., you are not only indulging your taste buds but also supporting ethical, sustainable farming practices.
Osso Buco is a beef shank that has been cut into portions. When cooked low and slow, the meat becomes tender and the marrow softens, adding an extra richness to your dish. We love to use osso buco in our soups, stews, and bone broth.