The Food: A juicy cut of beef marbled to perfection is a true work of art. There’s no rub waiting on the other end of that rhetoric — aside from whatever you’re slapping on the next cut from MilkRun. The succulent beef and steaks in this rotating meat selection were raised in the emerald fields of Lyle, Washington. Meat sweats, we surrender to you.
The Farm: The old-breed Highland cattle that roam Little Seven Seven Ranch are a truly majestic herd. Though these high-brow beasts are most often found in Europe, they’re just as well suited to the Pacific Northwest, enjoying a bio-diverse diet of native grasses, Oregon White Oak and other native brush, and their favorite, alfalfa. The herd is happy, healthy, and cared for by responsible stewards of the land.