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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


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.

Summer can be great time for a roast...really.

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I know summer is all about burgers, steaks and many other of the more traditional grilling meats.  However, you can really change things up with a great beef or pork roast.
What did he just say?  A roast in summer?  Roasts are for winter time and only in the crock pot!  Better think again.  If you try cooking a roast in the summer, you could end up finding a new favorite.
Do you know how to cook a beef or pork roast?  It’s ok…you can be honest.  We have had a surprising number of customers tell us that they tend to avoid cooking roasts because they don’t feel like they know the “proper” way.   Happily, we can report that doing a great roast of any kind is a relatively easy process.  The most important thing is to get in there and do it.
Don't think precision.  Think low and slow and steady as you go.

Here are several basic methods you can try:

Oven Wet

  • Either marinade or season the roast.
  • Go heavy on the seasoning to create a nice coating.  Use much more than you think you need.
  • Pre-heat oven to 300 F.
  • Place in roasting pan in one inch of beef broth (You can use an oven rack, but not required).
  • Add chopped onions, carrots, potatoes, etc. to your liking.
  • Cook for approximately 20 minutes per pound.
  • Keep an eye on the internal meat temperature after the first hour so you don’t risk over-cooking.

Oven Dry

  • Either marinade or season the roast (see earlier notes).
  • Go heavy on the seasoning to create a nice coating.  Use much more than you think you need.
  • Pre-heat oven to 450 F.
  • Place in roasting pan (You can use an oven rack, but not required).
  • Cook at 450 for 1 hour.
  • Lower temperature to 250 F after first hour.
  • Cook for approximately 20 minutes per pound.
  • Keep an eye on the internal meat temperature after the first hour so you don’t risk over-cooking.
  • If you want, you can slow cook just about any roast for hours and hours at 200 F to 225 F.  While a roast basically done and ready to eat in a couple of hours, there is magic that happens when it cooks all day.

Grilled Roast on the BBQ

  • Either marinade or season the roast (see earlier notes).
  • Go heavy on the seasoning to create a nice coating.  Use much more than you think you need.
  • Get BBQ grill to as high a temperature as you can get it.
  • Sear the roast on all sides for 5 minutes per side.
  • Remove heat directly under the roast. 
  • Lower grill temperature to 250 F in summer (350 F in winter).
  • Cook for approximately 20-30 minutes per pound depending upon the grill and the weather.
  • Keep an eye on the internal meat temperature after the first hour so you don’t risk over-cooking.
  • If you want, you can slow cook just about any roast for hours and hours at 200 F to 225 F.  While a roast basically done and ready to eat in a couple of hours, there is magic that happens when it cooks all day.
Do you have any summer roast roast recipes or stories you want to share?



Great partners and great friends!

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In our travels and conversations we get to meet new and interesting people all the time.  Sometimes we connect with other local Michigan based businesses and get to know the great people running them.  We were actually referred to A Pinch of Spice and More by one of our customers and really like having them as a partner.
A Pinch of Spice and More is a MIchigan based company that provides a wide range of the very best natural and organic spices.  They also have a variety of related products you should see.
Here is a little about them from their web site.  http:/apinchofspiceandmore.com
Why All Natural or Organic Spices?
Preserve flavor!
With ‘A Pinch of Spice and More', nothing comes between you and vibrant, natural flavors. While many commercial spice manufacturers clean and process their spices with irradiation, ozone, sulfur, gas or harsh chemicals, our processing is completely natural and chemical-free.
We are committed to all natural, salt-free and additive-free products that enrich your entire cooking and dining experience.
Guarantee freshness!
Spice flavor deteriorates when exposed to light, heat, air, humidity and time. These natural enemies of spices and herbs destroy flavor and aroma by breaking down the essential oils in the seeds or leaves. Grinding releases these oils, which are volatile at room temperature and highly sensitive to air, light, heat and humidity. In commercial bulk processing, packaging, shipping, and shelving, the flavor and aromas literally evaporate into thin air.
Enhance dining experience!
Spices are the ultimate sensory experience. Compare our products with commercial spices. You’ll see, the pallid shade of store brands instead of the vibrant color of ‘A Pinch of Spice and More'. Compare their muted scent with our deep, bold aroma. You'll notice our complex, vivid flavor especially in any recipe. 
We sell everything you need
Spices, Jars, Kitchen gadgets, Custom Baskets and so much more.


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Phone: 734-812-2602