Longhorn Meat Co. has been providing artisan meats, hard-to-find exotic meats, and humane meat processing since 1976. Auburn’s favorite boutique butcher shop offers all-natural, sustainably raised meats from local and regional sources, unique cuts of meats, and specialty cuts to order.
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You know the layer of fat on your hand after making hamburger patties from hamburger purchased at the grocery store? With longhorn meat, there is NO layer of fat to be scraped off your hands. However, they do have enough fat in them to stick together and not fall apart in the pan. Longhorn burgers also stay about the same size as they were when you put them in the pan. Very little shrinkage!
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In another study, longhorn meat was found to be lower in fat and cholestrol than white meat chicken. Even though it is as lean as deer meat, our beef tastes like beef and not deer, elk, buffalo or any other lean animal. "You can have your steak and eat it too!"
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Longhorn Meat Co. has been the butcher shop of choice for Auburn and the surrounding areas for decades. A family owned and operated artisan shop, Longhorn has a carefully chosen selection of only the highest quality natural meats that are sourced locally, sustainably raised, and humanely processed by hand on location.Longhorn Meat Co. is a family owned and operated business founded in 1976 in Newcastle, CA. Owner-operator Phil Kattenhorn grew up working alongside his father, the original owner of Longhorn Meat Co. Phil took over the family business when his father retired, moving the shop to the Auburn location where it has serviced the local community for over ten years.Longhorn Meat Co. has been serving Auburn and its surrounding areas since 1976. Over the years, we’ve found the best suppliers for local, . We are dedicated to providing the highest quality artisan meats, processed in the most compassionate way possible."Lean beef is good for you - and the key word is lean. A heart patient can eat steak every meal if it is in the right proportions. Longhorn meat on the average, contains 10 percent less saturated fat than that of other cattle. That puts lean Longhorn beef on par with skinned boneless white meat of chicken and that fact may come as a surprise to many dieticians." Longhorn Meat Co. continues to use the same artisan butchering methods that have delighted customers for over four decades. Combining a time-honored art of hand-cutting meat with state-of-the-art equipment, Longhorn has become the go-to destination for meat processing. Local residents know there is only one place to go for the best quality, best tasting, and most skillfully cut meats: Longhorn. Is Certified Texas Longhorn meat tough? Meat tenderness comes from cell multiplication. Healthy cattle multiply meat cells from one, to two, to four, to eight, etc. That is how tenderness is created. Healthy, nutritious, comfortable management creates tender enjoyable eating experiences. CTLB-LHT Longhorn is tender.