We can help with your 4th of July plans
Whether your 4th of July tradition includes grilling burgers, smoking ribs or making your famous fried chicken, you'll want to stop by our shop for all natural Washington grown beef, pork and chicken products. Our ground beef is the freshest you'll find as we grind it daily or perhaps you want to try one of our many varieties of smoked sausages that we make in-house. With our quality products, you'll have a delicious and spectacular 4th.
Planning a graduation celebration?
Whether you have a big barbecue planned or a simple open house, we have all the quality meats to make your party a success. We've got babyback ribs for grilling, deli meats for sandwiches and all natural whole fryers we will cut up at no charge for your famous fried chicken.
For those who know exactly what they want, we do custom cuts upon request. Contact us by email, phone or stop by our store in downtown Issaquah.
Stock up and save money with our meat packages
If you like a great value then check out our meat packages. Each package comes with a variety of beef, pork and chicken items from our fresh ground beef to steaks to sausages and roasts.
We allow substitutions and will custom wrap meat into perfect sized portions for you. Stock up on quality meats and you won't have to worry about not having anything on hand for dinner.
Does your schedule leave little time for cooking?
It's hard to cook when you have a crazy work schedule but we can help you save time while feeding your family healthy meals with our ready-to-go items. We have beef, chicken and sausage kabobs, meatloaf, stuffed bell peppers, beef and chicken fajita mix and smoked chicken at our downtown Issaquah store.
Now available online
A wide variety of our fresh and smoked meat products is now available for purchase online at Amazon Fresh. From kalbi-marinated flank steak to chicken Cajun sausages to apple-stuffed pork chops, you can now shop for our high quality meats online and get them delivered directly to your home. How’s that for convenience?