If cooking lobster seems intimidating, our easy butter-poached lobster recipe has got you covered. All you need is a pack of ButcherBox lobster claw and knuckle meat and your choice of fat.
It’s 7 am on a cold Sunday in January, and my father, Tom Littauer, is already up. I hear him loading the bed of his pickup with wire baskets, rubber wading boots, and blunt, beat-up kitchen knives. I roll out of bed, bleary-eyed, and stumble downstairs. He hands me a […]
Since early March, the ButcherBox team has been called on as a crucial player in the food supply industry to continue to do what we’ve always done: Deliver protein directly to consumers’ homes. While that may seem like a simple task, in a time of crisis and uncertainty, it’s anything […]
Everyone loves to rank things. College sports rely on rankings to decide which teams will compete for yearly championships—with millions of dollars at stake for the country’s sports-driven universities. Billboard has been telling us which songs are most popular across the country with its weekly charts—in particular, its pop-culture meter […]
Last January, we started selling a limited supply of wild-caught sockeye salmon for the first time to ButcherBox members. Since, we have expanded our seafood offerings to include Georges Bank scallops.
UPDATE: In November 2020, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers denied the proposed Pebble mine. From The Washington Post: “U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Alaska Commander Col. Damon Delarosa said that a plan to deal with waste from the Pebble Mine ‘does not comply with Clean Water Act guidelines,’ and […]
Motivated to find a better, cleaner way to feed his family, ButcherBox founder Mike Salguero connected with a local cattle farmer through his church in 2015. The experience that followed, picking a share of the 100 percent grass-fed beef spread across the farmer’s living room, led to two revelations: Grass-fed, grass-finished beef tastes amazing. Especially the […]
At ButcherBox, our mission is to bring high-quality meat to our members while ensuring the humane and sustainable treatment of our animals. To us, there is no way to substitute quality standards which is why we always pay special attention to every detail of how an animal is raised — Did […]
Toss chicken tenders with a simple spice mix and pop them in the oven for this easy dish. If you need cooked chicken prepped for the week, this may be the simplest way to get it!
This post was first featured, as the first of two blog posts on Heather Armstrong’s blog, Dooce, in September 2017 about being a former vegan. It has been edited somewhat, but the story of farmer John Arbuckle and what Dooce learned about animal well-being, sustainable farming, and American family farms. You […]
Mark Sisson is not only a leading voice on how to eat healthy foods and maintain peak athletic performance, but he is the embodiment of what better living is really all about. At age 63, Mark is able to balance family, business (the ever-growing Primal Kitchen empire), pleasure, and an active […]