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I’m excited to share my ButcherBox review! Find out how you can get high-quality beef, pork, and chicken delivered to your door. It’s just a click away!
I remember when subscription boxes first hit. Each month I looked forward to my delivery of sample sized beauty goodies. I would stalk the tracking number each day until my box arrived and then I’d dig in giddy. As time went on, subscription boxes of all kinds started popping up — beauty, apparel, paper goods, even food! I recently became aware of a subscription service offering the highest quality Grass-fed Beef, Free Range Chicken, and Heritage Breed Pork and I find myself once again stalking the postman and being absolutely giddy when my ButcherBox arrives.
I live in a semi-urban area of West Texas where cheap and easy is king. There is no Trader Joes or Whole Foods within hours (literally like eight hours) of my home. My grocery options are limited and quality comes with a very high price. For this reason, I was eager to give ButcherBox a try.
First of all, I was shocked at how quick the shipping was! It shipped on a Wednesday and arrived by Friday. It was 100 degrees that day, but I opened the box to find ground beef, New York strip, sirloin, chicken breast, pork tenderloin, and BACON all still frozen! Because no two ButcherBoxes are the same, they include recipe cards to get you comfortable preparing unfamiliar cuts of meat.
My husband and I couldn’t wait to start recipe testing, so we put New York strip on our menu the very next night. No piece of steak is a match for my husband and his grill skills, so in no time we had green chile beef staring back at us with undeniable quality we could taste. We even had leftovers for lunch the next day! It’s been so much fun recipe testing and meal planning together using the high-quality meat options ButcherBox provides us.
For $129, you get 8-11 pounds of curated cuts. Honestly, this number shocked me a little at first — but after comparing the price to receipts from some recent grocery trips, I realized I spend that much (or more) on meat each month at the grocery store anyway.
Ready for your own ButcherBox? Of course you are! Click here to get $10 off your ButcherBox and free bacon. (Who doesn’t love free bacon?!) You can subscribe to receive your box once a month, every other month, or even every three months. You can also cancel at anytime with no penalty.
Question: Have you tried ButcherBox? What are your thoughts on it?