Vegetarians: you’ll have your day.
But tonight, we’re having steak.
Aaaand … maybe every night after that.
All thanks to ButcherBox, the new carnivore-friendly subscription service, now available for preorder.
BB is like a butcher who arrives at your door every month proffering their choicest cuts.
They certainly know their stuff: the company’s in-house “meat connoisseur” used to work at Omaha Steaks, winner of our 2013 Great Steak Debate.
What truly separates the ‘Box from other steak delivery companies — besides the subscription model — is its adherence to 100% grass-fed beef, a rarity (1%) in the meat world.
No feedlots. No hormones.
Result: meat that’s lower in fat and cholesterol. And damn tastier.
Every month, you’ll receive a cooler box curated with sirloin cuts, short ribs and ground beef, enough for roughly 15-20 meals.
Plus, recipes and grilling tips.
ButcherBox is currently on Kickstarter: order now and you’ll receive your first box later this fall.
Thanks to BB hitting their stretch goals, you’ll now also be able to ask for organic chicken, sustainably-raised pork or paleo bacon.
No word on kale.
Nota bene: Like beef? Check out the new meat tome Crafted Meats: The New Meat Culture, available soon from Gestalten.