Welcome to Hickory Chance Farms

Monday, September 28, 2015

Pairings Bistro

Pairings Bistro is using Hickory Chance Beef in their menu items.

Thank You John for using local products.

Monday, March 2, 2015


Getting our meat to a new processor so we will have top quality beef

Saturday, February 14, 2015

Cook steak in doors and reverse process

Instead of searing first, you would cook in oven at 275 degrees until internal temp is 125 degrees.  This takes about 45 minutes.  Then let steak rest for 15 minutes.  Then sear in dry cast iron pan.

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Cook steaks indoors

Steaks can be successfully cooked indoors by following 
Alton Browns YouTube video on cooking delmonico, ribeye or any other quality steak

1.  Use cast iron frying pan about 10 inch.
2.  Get oven to 500 degrees and cast iron frying pan to 500 degrees.
3.  Rub olive or canola oil on both sides of steak
4.  Rub kosher salt and pepper on both sides of steak
5.  Using tongs place steak on frying pan and seer for 90 seconds
6.  Using tongs flip steak for another 90 seconds
7.  Place frying pan in hot oven for 75 to 90 seconds
8.  Using tongs flip steak and back in oven for 75 to 90 seconds.

Recipe for cooking roasts and brisket

1.  Put beef in pan double lined with foil
2. Place meat on foil and salt and pepper top and place sliced onions on top
3. Mix one bottle of beer with 3 tbs brown sugar and 2tbs chili powder
4. Pour mixture over meat and take foil sides and seal the meat in foil
5. Bake at 180 degrees for five to six hours

Vagabonds serving HC beef burgers

vagabonds on office street in Bel Air is now serving Hickory Chance Beef burgers as one of their menu items.
It will be the best burger you have ever eaten since the meat is a combination of ground chuck, round and sirloin.  All Hickory Chance beef is dry aged.

No pink slime or water solution added.

Sunday, June 1, 2014

Hickory chance farms

Our web site hickorychance.com click on primer on beef and left side of page has grass fed vs grain fed. The article under chart discusses ALA and canola oil benefits. 
Hickory chance kettle corn uses canola oil