Meyer Natural Foods
The Meyer Way


At Local Harvest we know you enjoy the superior quality, taste and freshness you can only get from local sources. So we created these delicious original recipes featuring our line of Angus beef products. Have fun preparing them, exploring new flavors and enjoying with the whole family.

Burger with Brie and Green Apple Slaw

Something about brie and apples seems right–I’ve made a super slaw here using just a touch of buttermilk in the slaw instead of mayo and a hint of lime. While my tasters loved...

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There are not a lot of times when I fry in my house, but recently in the spirit of “I can make it better than anyone,” when my daughter wanted to eat out, I said we could eat her...

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Classic Meatloaf

This version of meatloaf stays moist and gets a lovely crust to it. You can’t go wrong by adding mashed potatoes and gravy. Or you can keep it light with rice and snow peas....

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Fresh Harvest Ribeye Steaks with Balsamic Fig Glaze

Figs are great fresh and dried—since it can be difficult to find fresh, I use dried figs here, plumped up by a dose of Marsala and a splash of balsamic vinegar. This glaze is so...

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Fresh Harvest Tenderloin Steaks with Red Onion Marmalade on Crusty Rolls

Sometimes sandwiches make the best meal of all, especially if you have great beef, a homemade onion marmalade and the best crusty baguettes you can find. Add a healthy slice of...

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Grilled Ribeye Roast

This is definitely a “get to know your butcher” recipe, even if you are getting to know the men and women behind the counter at your local grocery store. There’s a nice trend back...

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Skillet Roasted Top Sirloin Steaks with Carrots and Mustard Dill Sauce

Brown the steaks in a skillet then finish in the oven. This dish comes together quickly with complex flavors. The dill adds a bright lemony note to the dish, which counterbalances...

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Surf and Turf Kebabs

When skewering kebabs, the best approach is to skewer beef and seafood separately because they cook at different rates. The sauce was inspired by a classic bernaise sauce, made...

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