The retail meat industry has changed significantly during the 50 years since John Genzler began his career.
Their high cost isn’t stopping shoppers from grilling beef and chicken for their Memorial Day holiday events, but they may not be buying all their favorite cuts.
LAKE STATION | Lake Station VFW Post 9323 holds a corned beef and cabbage dinner from noon to 7 p.m. on Saturday at the post, 2750 Central Ave.
Some recent trends on the butchering side of things are offering whole new ways to up your meat game, so to speak.
In this weeknight-friendly beef recipe, we combine the Sichuan pepper with spicy chili garlic paste for a dish that will jumpstart your mouth.
While instant coffee may not do wonders in your morning mug, it can effortlessly add tons of depth and flavor at the dinner table.
The weather may be perfect for throwing a steak or burger on the grill, but high beef prices mean consumers and retailers are the ones being burned.
May is National Beef Month! To celebrate, check out these nutrient-rich, quick-to-prepare beef entrees and convenient side dishes your whole family will enjoy.
The additive known as lean finely textured beef-notoriously nicknamed "pink slime"-is being eliminated from the ground beef sold by most local grocers including Strack & Van Til, WiseWay, Jewel, Meijer, Dominick's, Kroger, and Aldi.
The ground beef additive known as lean finely textured beef is being eliminated from the ground beef sold by most local grocers..
HAMMOND | Bill Kurtis, Chicago news anchor and businessman, will discuss his views about grass-fed beef at 5 p.m., Wednesday at Purdue University Calumet.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP | Many children spend summer days at the beach or playing video games. But not members of 4-H who participated in Wednesday morning's beef show at the Porter County Fair.
EAST CHICAGO - Once herds of cattle fed on the rich grasslands from Texas through the American Great Plains. It took 24 months to mature the bovines and driving them to market was labor-intensive.
EAST CHICAGO | Comparing obesity to homicide, Chicago newsman turned cattle baron Bill Kurtis talked about the health benefits of grass-fed cattle.
Bowl of beef borscht with sourcream and dill garnish, on bread board.
Tallgrass Beef Company owner and former Chicago journalist Bill Kurtis, front, poses with Octave Grill owners Casey and Sylvia Petro during a stop at the Chesterton restaurant. Octave Grill exclusively serves Tallgrass Beef in their hamburgers.
Tallgrass Beef Co. owner and Chicago journalist Bill Kurtis, front, poses Wednesday with Octave Grill owners Casey and Sylvia Petro during a stop at the Chesterton restaurant. Octave Grill exclusively serves Tallgrass Beef in its hamburgers.
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