Recipes & News Blog
August 6th, 2013
May 31st, 2013
As you probably know, Ranchline All Natural not only sells our delicious all natural lamb and beef online, but we can be found at local Farmers Markets around New Mexico. Oh you didn’t know? Well, below you will find a list of our locations around the state as well as some tips on how to shop at a Farmers Market.
Where to Find Ranchline All Natural:
Los Alamos 7 am till 12:30 pm
Eldorado/Santa Fe 3 pm till 6:30 pm
Albuquerque Downtown Growers market 8th and Copper/Robinson park 7 am till 12:00 pm
Lovington & Hobbs NM 7 am till 1:00
Socorro,NM 7 am till 12:00 pm
For More information about Ranchline All Natural at any of these markets, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is a link to an article on how to get the most out of shopping at a Farmer’s Market. The biggest tip of all that we can give you? Be sure to stop by and say “Hi” to us!
May 14th, 2013
Do you ever wonder where your food comes from?
If you buy your steak in the grocery store, who knows?
If you buy from Ranchline All Natural, your Angus Beef comes from Mission Ranch.
Cattle raised the way nature intended. Ranchline All Natural is proud of our product and proud to show you where it all begins. You won’t get that in the grocery store!
April 22nd, 2013
Do you the know difference between Grass Fed meats and organic meats? Here is an article from The Athlete’s Plate we found that helps explains the difference.
Grass Fed; Just Do It From The Athlete’s Plate
Grass Fed meats are second to none! Ranchline All Natural sells nothing but Grass Fed Lamb and Beef.
Order some today by clicking here. Sign up for our newsletter for specials and great savings; including a promo code to save 10% on your next order!
April 10th, 2013
We at Ranchline All Natural are excited to unveil our new website. New design, new features, and new products coming soon!
Ranchline All Natural now has a sign up for our newsletter! This newsletter will keep you updated on specials available for purchase and offer some great recipes for our all natural lamb and beef products.
You can see the site here: http://www.ranchlineallnatural.com/
So that we can have more interaction with our customers we are also getting more involved in social media. You can like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and Pinterest!
We hope using these tools will help us engage our customers more; bringing you more deals and recipes to enjoy, and making Ranchline All Natural the leader in both products and customer support.
April 2nd, 2013
We’re always on the lookout to bring you new ways to try our delicious all natural lamb. While searching for new recipes; we found this one from Whole Foods Market that utilizes our Ground Lamb or even our Lamb Stew Meat. Hope you enjoy!
- 8 bamboo skewers
- 1 pound All Natural Ground lamb
- 8 ounces Greek style yogurt, divided
- 1/4 cup finely chopped cilantro
- 1/4 cup finely chopped yellow onions
- 2 tablespoons finely chopped mint
- 2 teaspoons Mediterranean seasoning
- 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
- 3 tablespoons tahini
- 2 teaspoons lemon juice
- 1 teaspoon finely chopped garlic
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Pita or lavash flat bread
Soak bamboo skewers in water at least 15 minutes.
Meanwhile, put lamb, 1/2 cup of the yogurt, cilantro, onions, mint, and seasoning into a medium bowl. Combine gently but thoroughly, then divide into 8 balls. Shape each ball into a long sausage shape and slide skewers through the center, lengthwise. Flatten slightly and refrigerate for up to several hours until ready to grill.
Prepare grill. Brush lamb with oil and cook over hot coals about 10 minutes, turning to brown all sides. While skewers are grilling, mix together the remaining yogurt, tahini, lemon juice and garlic. Thin with water to make a smooth slightly thick sauce. Season with salt and pepper. Serve skewers with grilled pita or flat bread, drizzled with sauce
March 19th, 2013
Save on Beef Chop Steak! Bust your bracket, not your wallet!
Well, you’re bracket is probably busted already; why not reward yourself for the ones you did get right?
For a little while longer, order 5 pounds of chop steak (regularly $45) for only $35!
A savings of 15%!
Simply click the link below and chose the 5lb option.
And since you waited until the buzzer to take advantage of this offer:
use code “50free” at checkout to get Free Shipping!
March 11th, 2013
Roasted Leg of Lamb With Feta Vinaigrette
8 to 10 servings
1 Ranchline All Natural leg, boneless (4 to 5 pounds)
1 pint plain Greek yogurt
1 tablespoon curry powder
4 cloves minced garlic
1 teaspoon kosher salt
Mix yogurt, curry, garlic and salt; rub over lamb. Refrigerate; marinate overnight.
Place lamb on roasting rack in a roasting pan. Roast at 375°F for approximately 2 hours and 20 minutes, or until the internal temperature reaches desired doneness. Remove from oven; let rest for 15 minutes. Slice to desired thickness; top with Feta Vinaigrette. Serve with roasted fingerling potatoes and green beans.
1/2 cup juice from 2 lemons
2 ounces red wine vinegar
1/2 bunch parsley, chopped
4 ounces extra virgin olive oil
Salt and pepper to taste
1/2 pound feta cheese, coarsely crumbled
In a bowl, mix together lemon juice, vinegar, parsley, oil, salt and pepper. Add the cheese.
March 5th, 2013
“Just in time for Easter take the worry out of cooking Easter dinner for the family. Let Ranchline All Natural cooked the main course for you with our fully cooked seasoned leg of lamb. A masterpiece at any family gathering but easy enough to prepare on any weeknight! This beautiful roast is pre-seasoned and fully cooked with all the flavor you’ll crave after the very first bite. With our fully cooked leg of lamb every night is the perfect reason to serve our bone-in leg of lamb and it also makes a perfect sandwich when necessary.”
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February 26th, 2013
Roast Leg of Lamb Recipe
- Prep time:
- Cook time: 1 hour, 20 minutes
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This leg of lamb is marinated overnight with fresh rosemary, garlic, mustard, honey,and lemon zest. Be prepared for many requests for seconds!
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