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Good Chop Meat Subscription Service

Good Chop is a new monthly meat subscription service that ships boxes of meat that you can fully customize. This means that you can choose the exact cuts of meat and seafood that you want in your box. For instance: in the medium box plan you get to choose 6 cuts of meat and seafood. If you want to choose to only have 6 packages of filet mignon in you box, then you can do so, and the price of the box would be no different than if you chose to select all 6 packages as pacific cod. 
 
As it is a monthly subscription, customers need to remember to select their cuts each month - if they forget to make their selections in a given month, they'll receive a default selection box. 
 
The menu options from which customers choose their meats change, but mostly Good Chop says that they are mostly adding new products, and not taking products off very often. Some additions coming soon include:
  • Wild-caught MSC certified sea scallops
  • Free-range organic turkey sourced directly from Koch’s farm, a 4 generation family farm located right at the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch country 
  • Two USDA Prime beef options: a thick-cut ribeye steak of 12 oz and a tender and juicy 8 oz filet mignon
  • A rare pork t-loin chop, which is a long bone-in chop

Good Chop also says that they tend to keep of their most demanded products all year round, such as USDA Choice Top Sirloin Steaks, Angus Ribeyes, Wild-Caught Alaskan Sockeye Salmon, Thick-Cut Uncured Bacon, Chicken Breasts... and more. 

At the time of this post, you can can get $80 off of your first three boxes by heading to the this page: https://www.goodchop.com/plans,
 
Good Chop sent a sample box for me to review.  Check out the video for my thoughts and for a quick recipe for the pork chops that were included in my box. 
 
Video Published on 9/17/21


Fish Tacos On The Camp Chef Flattop Griddle

I've owned my Camp Chef flattop griddle for one year and it has been part of my regular cooking rotation. Although it can be used to cook just about anything, I've almost exclusively used it to cook breakfast foods i.e. pancakes, eggs/omelets, bacon, sausage, etc.

I've made it a personal goal to expand my cooking on the griddle starting with fish tacos using perfectly portioned Pollack fish from the Wild Alaskan Company.  One of the keys to having a good cooking experience on a flattop is to have all of the ingredients that you need at the ready because things happen fast! 

I was well prepared and the fish tacos (and burgers) turned out great!

Video Published on 4/4/2020