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Introducing: The Bison Prime Rib Roast!

It's All Natural, Dry Aged & Boneless - and it's going to make your special dinners even better! Our Bison Prime Rib is the perfect meal to share with loved ones. It's rich in flavor, tender & juicy! This roast will serve 6-8 people.

Suggested Prep: Cook Prime Rib at 400 for 1 hr. Turn oven off, but keep door closed - do not open! Leave door closed for 4-5 hours. Cook at 375 for 1 more hr. Remove from roaster. Cover with foil. Let rest 10-15 min.

Cooking Bison Meat Indoors

I don't know about where you're at, but I know here in the Midwest we have been having a HOT summer with no end in sight! So, I thought this might be a good opportunity to offer up some tips for cooking bison indoors, if it's just too hot to fire up that grill outside. So here's some tips for cooking your bison indoors:

This method will work out whether it's a bison steak or a bison burger you are craving. All you need to do, is take out your favorite non-stick skillet or frying pan and add a little bit of olive oil or butter, about a tablespoon would be great. Be sure to keep your heat at medium or medium low - any higher and your tender bison meat will cook too fast and run the risk of becoming tough and chewy.

Season your meat your favorite way - with garlic, pepper, rosemary or, may I suggest our specially created Bison Steak & Burger Seasoning with Sea Salt? Once your oil or butter has had a chance to eat up a little bit, ad…

Ranch & Owners featured on 'Pure Nebraska'

A few weeks back, Brad Anderson and John Vanderford from 10/11 News took a visit to our ranch in Adams, NE. We talked about bison, our business model and the benefits of bison meat.

And now, you can catch us in this segment of 'Pure Nebraska', as Randy (our owner) talks about and his ranch (click the link entitled 'The Good Life: Nebraska Bison").

Bison Enchiladas - Recipe

Last night for dinner we had some company over, so I went to one of my favorite fail-proof dishes - Enchiladas! This is such an easy meal to make and it is always so delicious - it is a perfect use for ground bison meat. All you need for the enchiladas is Ground Bison, 1 small onion (diced), shredded cheese (can be your preference, I like to use cheddar jack), tortilla shells, taco seasoning (I prefer Old El Paso brand) and 1 small can of enchilada sauce (again, I prefer Old El Paso brand).  1 lb. of ground bison makes 6 enchiladas. Plan to garnish them with lettuce, sour cream (or plain greek yogurt like we do), pico de gallo, and/or green onions.

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