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How to pick the right roast for Christmas
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roast with cranberries

The holidays means it's time to get impressive. That's why we're throwing a party with some amazing cuts of meat perfect for your holiday feast. 

Not sure which one is the best for you, or how to prepare it? Well we've got that too. 

Grand Rib Roast

Our Grand Rib Roast is perfectly seasoned with Festival exclusive herbs and spices; choose from roasted garlic, roasted herb or the unseasoned version. Packed with flavor, this cut makes the ideal Christmas Roast. Roast or grill on indirect heat to your liking.

 

Boneless Beef Rib Roast

Love ribeye steaks? The try a boneless ribeye roast. It’s loaded with marbling which means it’s packed with flavor. For roasting in the oven, make sure the meat does not touch the bottom of the pan to prevent sticking. Side note: A roasting pan with a bottom rack makes this job easier.

 

Boneless New York Strip Roasts

You know New York strips as a great steak, but it also makes a great roast. This well-marbled boneless roast is tender, juicy and full of flavor. Prior to cooking, season the fat side with garlic powder, pepper and coarse ground salt for a unique eating experience.

 

Boneless Beef Chuck Roast

This cut of meat is best in a pot roast with vegetables and stock all around it.  This roast has a rich, beefy flavor and is ideal for slow cooking to tenderize.

 

spoon roast on a plate

Burgundy Pepper Spoon Roast

The Burgundy Pepper Spoon Roast comes from the sirloin and is marinated in our burgundy pepper marinade that flavors and tenderizes. The result is the leanness of a sirloin but so tender you can cut it with a spoon. Many say it tastes like prime rib but without the prime rib price! Best grilled or baked yet it can be prepared in a crock pot with all your favorite vegetables. Each Spoon Roast, which can be 2 to 4 pounds, is tumbled in our marinade for 30 minutes and then dusted with a sprinkling of vegetable pepper medley topical seasoning. This cut is also available plain.

 

Other holiday favorites: 

 

Trimmed Beef Tenderloin Roast

Beef tenderloin is a quality cut of meat and very versatile in cooking. It's great at absorbing seasonings, it’s very tender and buttery to cut into; hence the name tenderloin. This cut is perfect for a special occasion or a large gathering.

 

Boneless Pork Tender Roast

Festival Foods' delicious marinated Pork Tender Roasts are easy to prepare in the oven, and they're packed with delicious flavoring.

 

Pork tender roast

 

Pork Crown Roast

Want to really dazzle your guest with something special, try a pork crown roast. Stuff with your favorite stuffing, cook and serve with the bone ends up creating a “crown”. Cover the bones as with individual pieces of foil to maintain the color when cooking. The safe internal pork cooking temperature is 145 degrees F followed by a 3 minute rest to provide a juicy, medium rare pork roast.

 

Whole Boneless Turkey Breasts  

Classic and favorite around the holidays; versatile in any recipe. Pairs nicely with cranberries - just ask our friends at Serve Turkey.

 

Honeysuckle White Fresh Turkey 

This fresh turkey is a classic Christmas favorite. This holiday season, we invite you to taste the difference fresh makes. 

 

Plainville Farms Natural Classic Pre-Brined Turkey

Pre-brined for an extra moist and flavor filled turkey. Plainville Farms turkeys are never ever given antibiotics and they're fed a vegetarian diet. 

 

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