Imagine this scenario: You find yourself cooking a very important meal. Somehow committing to not only to dinner, but also to a dish you have no idea how to make. Don’t worry. We’ve all been there at some point in our lives. Fortunately, this time you have Livonia Glatt in your corner.
One way we take care of our customers is through our full-service meat department. Featuring organic Glatt kosher meats, including corn-fed brisket, grass-fed beef and specialty cuts, we can help with any dinner commitment.
Not sure what meat or cut is best for a particular dish? Our butchers can offer expert guidance in making the best choices for your needs. We gladly accept phone-in orders, and are more than happy to take special orders.
We understand how difficult it can to be to provide the best for your family. These days, there’s more to consider than whether or not a cut of beef is certified kosher or not. So many buzzwords fly around — organic, natural, grain-fed, grass-fed — just to name a few. With more options for meats than ever before, how do you know what to choose?
Come and talk to our friendly and knowledgeable butchers. They can lead you through the maze of buzzwords and trends to help you find exactly what you’re looking for.
At Livonia Glatt Market, we offer grass-fed, never grain-fed beef. With this distinction comes, some noticeable differences. The meat takes longer to develop, so it’s leaner with better marbling and less fat. This difference means there is less moisture, and therefore less cooking time required. Our butchers can help you understand these differences so you can ensure success at your next important meal.
Here are a few dish recipes you can master for your next big meal:
Garlic Prime Rib. Just the sound of those words together marks success. Sometimes simple is better, and this is one of those times.
Kosher Chicken Paprikash. Here’s another fun one that’s easy and great for a crowd. Paprikash is originally a Hungarian dish made with sour cream. However, in this version former chef and Holocaust survivor, Michael Berkowits, transforms the dish into something kosher.Herb-Roasted Trout in Grape Leaves. There are times when you want a break from meat, and look to seafood for answers. Trout is tasty, versatile and certainly good for more than Smoked Trout dip. Try this as a light entrée or fun first course. You won’t go wrong.