Pure Beef Cookbook

Recommended by The Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, and Vanity Fair, the Pure Beef cookbook is the grass-fed beef manifesto for whole animal cooking and sustainable eating.

Cover of Pure Beef, a guidebook and cookbook for everything you need to know to source and cook every cut of grassfed beef by Lynne Curry.

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Lynne Curry shares the wisdom she has gleaned from local ranchers and the practices she has polished over years of experience. The reader is quick to buy in once Curry describes how grass-fed differs from grain-fed beef…the book contains more than 125 recipes that span a vast spectrum of influences. In a chapter dedicated to steaks, variations range from chicken-fried to filet mignon in brandy sauce…While a glossary of choice steak cuts is de rigueur, Curry raises the bar with additional glossaries of choice bones (for making great soups and stocks) and choice charcuterie cuts.–Publishers Weekly

Reviews

“Pure brilliance.” Oregon Wine Press

“If you have a meat CSA and constantly find yourself at a loss for what to do with an unfamiliar cut, [Pure Beef] will be your life saver.” The Kitchn

“The focus is on grass-fed cattle, but Curry gives you permission to try her recipes with any kind of beef.” The Washington Post

“[Pure Beef] will explain clearly and in simple language what the different cuts are good for and give you recipes for using them.“ Los Angeles Times

Pure Beef by Lynne Curry is a choice cut,” Vanity Fair

“An indispensable guide to the wide world of grass-fed artisan meat, describing the author’s journey from an urban vegetarian to a student and cheerleader of ranchers and cattle of the eastern Oregon grasslands.” Portland Monthly

“In her book Pure Beef, Lynne Curry addresses with great finesse and delicacy the subject of raising, slaughtering, and preparing beef, as well as offering tips on where to buy it and how to cook it, with 140 beautifully varied recipes.” Gayot

“An insightfully written, thoroughly researched, and mouth-watering exploration that connects cooks to the animal, the farmer, the butcher, and to the versatility and depth of the meat itself.” Good Food Neighborhood

“For beef and beef lovers this book is more than a home run, think grand slam here…Page after page has beefy information you can use day in and day out.” The Cookbook Man

“If you can’t find a beef recipe you like among the 140 in this book, you’re just not trying.” Woman Around Town

“An informative look at mindful beef consumption that forgoes grisly industry exposés in favor of friendly facts and memoir.“Library Journal

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