Pasture Raised Promise
At Bolyard's Meat & Provisions we offer pork, chicken, beef, and lamb that have been raised on the lush pastures of small Midwestern farms. Non-confinement, rotational grazing, and diets consisting of alfalfa, bluegrass, chicory, clover, and an occasional acorn and grub worm, allow our animals to thrive, without the use of hormones or antibiotics. Passion and patience fuel our farmers, and it shows in the exceptional quality of our meats. Our customers can shop with confidence, knowing that they are bringing home the very best and absolute freshest pasture raised meat Saint. Louis has to offer.
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Hog Butchering Class
Sunday January 29 12pm-3pm
Roll up your sleeves on Sunday January 29 for a hands on course in whole hog butchering. Learn the various placement and cooking techniques of pork cuts. Get a crash course in sausage making & take part in conversation regarding breeds and the importance of good animal husbandry.
This cost of this class includes three hours of hands-on training, two fresh pork cuts, 1lb of sausage, Bolyard's koozie & bumper sticker and snacks.
Beer will be available for purchase.
This class is LIMITED so call to reserve
Credit card payment is required upon reservation
One of the biggest challenges of eating local, responsibly raised meats is finding the time to prepare them! But now we've got you covered, check out our prepared meals on Tuesdays and Thursdays complete with house made biscuits and sides!
THIS WEEKS #lunch
MONDAY - SATURDAY
Served 11 AM until SOLD OUT
Lunch Of The Week:
'DIP BABY DIP'
Check Out Our Other Weekly Sandwiches!
BONE BROTH AND COOKING STOCKS AVAILABLE
Tis the season for our delicious and nutrient rich sipping broths. We offer
PORK with APPLES & CHINESE 5 Spice
BEEF with LEMONGRASS & GINGER
CHICKEN with TURMERIC and SAGE
we also offer STOCK which is unseasoned and makes the perfect base for soups, braises, cooking with grains or to create your own seasoned sipping broth at home!
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