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Getting Ready for Winter

Getting Ready for Winter

September 30, 2022

Like many I pay a lot of attention to the changing seasons and enjoy the cooler days and evenings that Autumn brings to us here on Long Island. Our pastures are primarily filled with cool season perennial grasses and clovers, and this means that once September and October roll through our pastures are booming with growth again. 
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The Beauty Of Bavette

The Beauty Of Bavette

September 14, 2022

Bavette, or flap, steaks are cut from the lower abdominal area of the cattle and composed of somewhat tough but loosely textured muscle fibers. Because this is a hard-working area of the animal, the meat can be tougher than say a filet, however all this work leads to deeper flavor and a unique texture not replicated elsewhere on the cattle.
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Tenderloin Tips for Quick Meals

Tenderloin Tips for Quick Meals

September 08, 2022

Acabonac tenderloin tips may be our favorite weeknight meal go-to when we have less than 30 minutes to cook up something delicious and healthy for the family.
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All About Tip Steaks

All About Tip Steaks

September 02, 2022

When talking tip steaks there’s two big players in the game: tri tip steaks and sirloin tip steaks. As we’ll uncover, these two tip steaks share little more than a name and each in their own right offer a unique beef eating experience that steak lovers are sure to enjoy.
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A Tale Of Two Sirloins

A Tale Of Two Sirloins

August 18, 2022

Sirloin steaks are some of our favorites here at the farm. They are a fantastic value and when prepared correctly eat well above their price point.
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Unplanned Surprises

Unplanned Surprises

August 17, 2022

From time to time (actually daily) we make mistakes here at Acabonac Farms. We carefully plan, we work hard, we work smart and still, mistakes happen.
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Heat and Water

Heat and Water

August 08, 2022

As I’m sure you’re aware, the Suffolk County Water Authority has declared a stage one water emergency. Water restrictions have been put in place in parts of Suffolk and Nassau counties within the last few days. We are reading daily about dangerous drought conditions across the Western half of the US and similar conditions exist across the rest of the world.  It's all very alarming.
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Doing Our Part To Help The People Of Ukraine

Doing Our Part To Help The People Of Ukraine

April 06, 2022

Stephen here, Acabonac’s owner and chief rancher. I’d like to share a bit about my relationship to Ukraine and tell you why Acabonac has chosen to support Ukrainians by donating 50% of profits from the sale of our grass-finished Delmonico steaks for the next month.
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Students Offers Their Take on The Benefits of Grass-Fed Beef

Students Offers Their Take on The Benefits of Grass-Fed Beef

July 02, 2021 1 Comment

Acabonac Farms owner Stephen Skrenta recently had the opportunity to speak with local middle school students about how he runs a farm that provides both nutritional beef and supports a sustainable environment.
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Here’s Why You Want To Eat Nutrient-Dense Foods Like Grass-Fed Beef

Here’s Why You Want To Eat Nutrient-Dense Foods Like Grass-Fed Beef

December 06, 2020 2 Comments

Grass-fed beef is even more nutrient-dense than grain-fed beef.  Here are the details you need to know.

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    The Best Steaks and Roasts From Different Cuts of Meat

    The Best Steaks and Roasts From Different Cuts of Meat

    July 19, 2020 1 Comment

    One of the first lessons in cooking meat is finding out which steaks and roasts come from specific primal and sub primal cuts. For everyone but the most seasoned chefs, it’s an ongoing learning process. After all, there are hundreds of different meals you can make with beef.
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    Are Meatless Burgers Really Good For the Environment?

    Are Meatless Burgers Really Good For the Environment?

    July 05, 2020 1 Comment

    If you are an environmentally conscious shopper, you might want to think twice about buying fake meat.
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