Cooking Black Creek Ranch Beef

Due to the lean nature of grass fed beef over conventional fatty grain fed beef, here are some simple cooking tips to help you get the most delicious results from our beef.

Overall grass fed beef needs 30% less cooking time... so don't be tempted to overcook!

When grilling, first sear the meat over high heat, then move it to a cooler part of the grill to finish cooking. Avoid piercing the meat when turning or moving it, or the beef will loose some moisture

Grass fed beef is ideal for slower cooking methods, as there is less fat to add moisture.

Grass fed beef is best served medium, or medium-rare.

If you prefer your beef "well done" utlize a slower cooking method.

With all meat and particularly beef, let the meat rest before serving to allow the juices to redistribute.

Avoid turning your grass fed beef with a fork - delicious juices will be lost if you poke the meat, so use tongs where possible.