Porter Road

When you are ready to keep grilling after this Fourth of July At the weekend, think about what a meat delivery service has to offer that your local grocery store can't offer. It is obviously too late to get anything for this Independence Day, but it might still be time to take advantage of a good vacation deal that you can enjoy later this week.

We checked before the best meat delivery servicesif you are considering a meat subscription box that extends beyond the holiday. Services like this offer the delivery of high-quality grass-fed, organic, sustainably grown meat and meat specialties like Wagyu to your home with just a few clicks. This saves you an additional trip to the shop or to the butcher's shop for fresh cuts. In addition, most of these online butchers offer both a monthly subscription and a one-time order option to meet your specific needs – whether filet mignon or chicken breast. At the moment, many of them have great deals on the delivery of meat for the holiday weekend. From large burger boxes to sirloin, ribs and roast with three tips, these are the best meat delivery offers for your barbecue.

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Note that most of these companies offer express deliveries so you can cook in the next few days (which is a good thing, you probably still have a lot of cooking leftovers to do), but please check with each seller to ensure on-time delivery.

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D & # 39; artagnan

The deal:

The gourmet online butcher and retailer offered a 25% discount on selected meat clips from July 4th, including Wagyu strip steak, Andouille sausage and organic chicken tenders. The discount ended on July 2nd at 9:00 a.m. (12:00 p.m. ET), but the online store is still worth a visit.

About D & # 39; Artagnan:

D & # 39; Artagnan has been delivering quality meat to restaurants and home cooks for over 30 years. It offers a large selection of rare and classic butcher cuts, sausages, poultry and meat next to the pantry. If you're looking for a showstopper rack with lamb ribs or a hard-to-find piece of beef, D & # 39; is a good choice. It also offers a 100% satisfaction guarantee with every purchase.

Holy Grail Steak Co.

The deal:

Do you really want to get in the mood? When you order Wagyu steaks worth $ 199 from Holy Grail, a free double pack of Wagyu burgers worth $ 18 will be added to your order.

About Holy Grail Steak Co .:

If you're looking for the best beef and want to spend a few more pennies on good meat, we'll introduce Holy Grail Streak Co. The newcomer to the high-end meat delivery game sells the best American Wagyu products with a comprehensive portfolio of leading Japanese Wagyu producers in the A5 class on the planet. These include ultra-rare Hokkaido Snow Beef and the popular Kobe Beef. On the website you can browse meat collections such as Japanese Wagyu, American Wagyu, USDA Prime Black Angus, Akaushi, Steak Flights and Wagyu burgers.

Crowd cow

The deal:

Crowd Cow has a range of meat boxes from July 4th that match the meat taste of your crew. Poultry lovers can buy three free-range chickens for $ 44, or get big with the Ready, Set, Grill Box with New York striped steaks, hot dogs, a tri-tip roast, and rib-eye.

About Crowd Cow:

Crowd Cow wants to "create an alternative to the current meat products system" by connecting consumers with a carefully selected selection of small farms and independent ranches around the world. The menu ranges from grass-fed beef to Japanese and American Wagyu to pork, chicken and American lamb (bison will be added shortly). There is even a selection of sustainable seafood for everyone who craves surf and lawn. You can search for specific cuts or meats, or for farms.

Snake River Farms

The deal::

If you spend more than $ 249 at Snake River Farms, you should grab 2 pounds of American Wagyu ground beef and 1 pound of premium deli hot dogs. Use code SPARKS20 to get this July 4th deal.

About Snake River Farms:

Snake River Farms isn't a meat subscription service, but it does offer exceptionally dry-aged USDA Prime Beef and American Wagyu (think Kobe), which is known for its marbling, tenderness, and great taste. Cows are reared sustainably and humanly in the northwest. Snake River also offers traditional Kurobuta Berkshire pork – a favorite among chefs.

Porter Road

The deal:

Porter Road has a few special offers and special meat boxes for July 4th, including the Summer Box ($ 35). It contains 2 pounds of ground beef in dry ages, six hot dogs in dry ages and three sausages – all made from willow meat and free of fillers or flavor additives. It is too late to order in time for a shipment that is guaranteed to arrive on Saturday, but who counts?

About Porter Road:

Nashville-based Porter Road offers cuts of beef, pork, chicken, and lamb. All of the beef is kept in the pasture without hormones or antibiotics, and Porter Road uses humane practices to give the animals room to roam. The packaging is also made of corn-based foam, so you can use it as fuel for your grill (genius!). Most of the company's meat is shipped fresh, but some are frozen depending on the cut. You can order as much or as little as you like. Options include New York striped steaks, rib-eyes, and ground beef, but also hard-to-find cuts like lamb t-bone. You can also choose from various boxing options, including beef, pork, and beef that are delivered every two, four, or eight weeks, and customize them as needed.

Omaha steaks

The deal:

Omaha Steaks & # 39; Summer Greatest Grilling Pack ($ 159) should be more than covered for a July 4th celebration. The massive meat box contains four 6-ounce sirloin, four boneless pork chops, four boneless chicken breast fillets, four burgers, 2 pounds of ground beef, 1 pound fillet tips, four Kielbasa sausages, four jumbo franks and a glass of spice.

About Omaha steaks:

The OG Omaha steaks have been in the meat delivery business since my memory. Grass is fed, although both grain and grass are fed. Omaha does not promote organic meat like others or provide much information about how animals are raised, but with an almost "100-year tradition of premium, aged and hand-cut beef and satisfaction guarantee" there is much to brag about.

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