How do you choose the best ways to celebrate the holidays? We look for dishes that are emblematic of the season: festive, big centerpiece meats that only come around once a year. We’re talking about the meatiest, juiciest, richest, and most delicious ways to celebrate the holidays…and also your holiday favorites.
You, our amazing customers, know your favorite ways to celebrate the holidays. So this year we're taking our cues from you and sharing our most most popular, top-selling items.
USDA Prime Rib Roast
Few cuts of meat are as quintessentially "holiday season" as a prime rib roast. The silky fat, the gorgeous marbling, the crackly crust, and the perfect pink of a rare prime rib all make it meal to remember.
USDA Prime Filet Mignon
Dense, buttery, and rich, filet mignon is a sophisticated and elegant holiday treat that everyone loves (kids included!)
Spiral Sliced Ham
There's almost nothing greater than the salty, smoky flavor of a perfectly cooked ham. Plus the spiral slicing makes it easy to serve, so you can focus on your friends and loved ones gathered around the table.
Cold weather holidays call for hearty dishes, and our venisonhas the just the right balance of meaty, earthy flavors to bring warmth to your table and your belly.
A Christmas classic! Our geese are raised with no hormones, steroids, or antibiotics—so you get the pure, savory flavor that’s unique to roast goose.
The crispy skin, the succulent dark meat, the thin layer of buttery fat...it's no wonder duck is one of our holiday bestsellers!
Crown Roast of Lamb or Pork
Can you say showstopper? A crown roast is visually stunning and—whether your family prefers pork or lamb—a time-honored crowd-pleaser.
A NOTE ON THE HOLIDAY SEASON
This is a special time of year, when we reflect back on the past 12 months and look forward to the next twelve. It's also a time to gather with family and friends, and celebrate each other and our time together.
This holiday season, I hope that you find comfort, joy, and light in your loved ones. And I hope you'll come into the shop and say hello—we'd all love to wish you a happy holiday season.
With cheer, all of us at Staubitz Market