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Welcome to
Mid-Michigan Meats!

Our mission is to improve the way people everywhere feed their families.  More and more people want to know where the food they eat is actually coming from and how it was handled.  You no longer have to buy your meat from the store as you always have.  You have a choice now to buy local Michigan beef, pork, chicken, lamb, and other meat from a supplier you can trust.  Let us provide you with the finest quality meats available and the peace of mind that comes along with knowing you can't get any better meats for your family.  
Click Here for a short introductory video or tour the site to learn more about what we can do for you!


Welcome to
Mid-Michigan Meats!

Our mission is to improve the way people everywhere feed their families.  More and more people want to know where the food they eat is actually coming from and how it was handled.  You no longer have to buy your meat from the store as you always have.  You have a choice now to buy local Michigan beef, pork, chicken, lamb, and other meat from a supplier you can trust.  Let us provide you with the finest quality meats available and the peace of mind that comes along with knowing you can't get any better meats for your family.  
Click Here for a short introductory video or tour the site to learn more about what we can do for you!


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High Quality Meat
Michigan Beef

Michigan Beef

Our locally raised Michigan beef is naturally full of vitamins, minerals, and proteins that are all important for maintaining a healthy diet.

Find out more about buying local Michigan Beef!

Michigan Pork

Michigan Pork

Our delicious local Michigan pork products are packed with all natural flavor.  We offer a vast variety of different cuts that are brought to you fresh from the farm.

Find out more about buying local Michigan Pork!

Michigan Chicken

Chicken

We offer boneless, skinless chicken breasts that are truly remarkable.  So many of our customers are just shocked by how great our chicken tastes. They are also pleased that their chicken is free of antibiotics and hormones.  It's also good to know that our chicken is not injected with water, salt and other preservatives like the vast majority of grocery store chicken is.  




Find out more about buying local Michigan Chicken!

Recent News


Half of the battle is presentation

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Half of the success in putting out a great meat dish is presentation.  Many good cooks forget that a great meal starts by having a main dish that looks amazing. 


Let's talk about grill marks.  Grill marks are one of those things that we often forget about, but they are the first things your family and guests notice.  

Here are a few quick tips:

1. Get the grill very hot before you put any meat on it.

2. Clean the grill with a brush while it is hot.  No excuses.  This takes about 15 seconds.

3. Place the meat on the grill and don't move it.  Fight the temptation to move the meat around and re-position everything.  This is what rookies do...and you are no rookie.

4. OPTIONAL: After a few minutes, you can give the meat a quarter turn if you want.  This will allow a second set of lines in the meat and will give you a nice little waffle pattern.

Once side one is complete, flip the meat and repeat step 3 (and 4).


P.S.  I hope you didn't put that grill away just because it is winter....



 

Handy Trick to avoid "freezer hands"

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There you are...looking in the freezer and thinking what a pain it is to rearrange the meat and other stuff to see what you have in there.

One trick we've learned is to keep a pair of cotton gloves right in the freezer!  The gloves are very inexpensive and won't freeze.  Your hands will be comfortable while you handle all of the frozen items.  Try it!

 

Thinking of buying a freezer?

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If you are thinking of buying a freezer, but your eyes start to glaze over whenever you to go to a store, we have you covered.
Whether you have a freezer you want to replace or this is a first time purchase, it can be confusing.  Not to worry!  We have you covered with what you need to know. There are two basic decisions you will need to make.  Style and Size.  That's it, so let's get to work.

What Type of freezer should I get?  

There are two basic styles.  Each of them has it's pros and cons:

Upright Style

  • Has the door on the front
  • Best for organizing a wider range of items
  • Easiest access for specific items

Chest Style 

  • Has the door on the top
  • Best for holding lots of the same thing.  Holds more bulk items.
  • Tends to hold more, but you have to bend over to get your items out.

How big should it be?

It is easy to go too small on a freezer.  Once you get one, you'll see how handy they are and start putting more things in it.
  • 5 to 8 cubic feet is ideal for most families.  It's not "too big" and doesn't cost that much more than the smaller models.
  • Expect to spend $200-$400.  You could spend much less if you want to search for a used one.
  • Get frost free. 
  • If you can, stick with a brand you've heard of.

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Phone: 734-812-2602