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Local beef on sale at McCall in Cutchogue

Russ McCall is the owner of McCall Ranch

Russ McCall is the owner of McCall Ranch on Long Island's East End, where he raises grass-fed cattle. “The idea of grass-fed beef has become common knowledge, and that’s created the movement to know what you’re eating,” he said. (July 1, 2012) (Credit: Newsday / Alejandra Villa)

You've got a beef in Cutchogue.

On the eve of summer, McCall Ranch starts selling its own organic, grass-fed beef at the McCall Wines tasting room on June 20.

The meat, from prized Charolais cattle, is $20 per pound for steak and $10 per pound for ground. There's a limit of two pieces per customer, and orders cannot be placed by phone or online.

The North Fork Food Truck, from The North Fork Table & Inn in Southold, will be serving McCall beef burgers on Fridays from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. through July.

McCall's 2009 merlot complements the burgers. It's $5 per glass.

McCall Wines, 22600 Main Rd. (Route 25), Cutchogue; 631-734-5764.

 

Tags: Cutchogue , McCall Wines

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