Wooster, Ohio with Certified Angus Beef

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Wooster, OH in the fall - photos by Barefeet In The KitchenWelcome to the first week of November, my friends! Are you getting excited about the holidays yet? I spent last weekend in Wooster, Ohio with Certified Angus Beef and ten other food bloggers. We had a blast in the Certified Angus Beef test kitchen learning more than I ever could have imagined there was to know about beef.

In addition to all the beef talking, learning, cooking, and eating; I had a great time wandering through the small town and soaking up all of the gorgeous autumn leaves, cool weather, and small town window shopping.

I learned the best ways to choose your meats, how the beef is graded by the USDA, great tips for tying a roast, flavor profiles, and so much more! I was lucky enough to work with Chef Michael Ollier for three days of cooking and playing in the test kitchen.

All four of the chefs were great and I couldn’t have asked for more generous and fun hosts. I’ve never tasted such amazing food in one place in my life. By the end of the weekend, there were at least a dozen dishes that I want to make again.

Cooking Class with Certified Angus Beef in Wooster, OH

 

This sworn non-video-blogger, had a heck of a lot of fun shooting a handful of quick videos to make your beef buying, cooking, and serving work easier. I have a whole lot of fun things planned to share with you! (I can’t keep all this knowledge to myself, can I?)

You know what else I learned? Certified Angus Beef doesn’t represent a type of cow or certain ranches or cuts of beef. Certified Angus Beef represents a set of guidelines that were developed to guarantee that when you purchase a product with their label, it is the highest quality possible.

Independent ranchers apply to be graded by those standards through the USDA. Certified Angus Beef doesn’t farm or butcher or do anything else directly related to the animals.

Certified Angus Beef is simply THE standard. Their job is to train professionals in order to get the best results possible from the best quality of beef.

Working in the kitchen with Certified Angus Beef in Wooster, OH!

To say that I brought home a plethora of knowledge doesn’t begin to describe how much I learned. I’m looking forward to sharing all of it with you over the coming year!

GIVEAWAY CLOSED
Certified Angus Beef, together with Le Creuset, gifted me with this beautiful roasting pan to celebrate #roastingseason, and they’ve also given me one to give to you. 
All you need to do to enter the giveaway is tell me what you will be cooking for the holidays. 
Don’t forget to check the box for the giveaway as well, so that I’ll be able to contact you! Giveaway ends on Monday, November 10 at 11:59pm EST. No purchase necessary. Must be 18 years of age or older and a resident of the U.S to enter. Good Luck! GIVEAWAY CLOSED

(1) 7 Qt Le Creuset Signature Roaster

Disclosure: This giveaway is sponsored by Certified Angus Beef ® and Le Creuset. All opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands I love that help make this site possible!

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Mary Younkin

Mary Younkin

Hi, I’m Mary. I’m the author, cook, photographer, and travel lover behind the scenes here at Barefeet In The Kitchen. I'm also the author of three cookbooks dedicated to making cooking from scratch as simple as possible.

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  1. Martha Christian says

    The menu is Herb Roasted Turkey, Sourdough Almond Stuffing, Baked Sweet Potatoes, Green Bean Casserole with Caramelized Onions, Parmesan and Creme Fraiche. Dessert is Mini Black Forest Tartlets, and the traditional pumpkin and apple pies. The menu also calls for making memories with family near and far.

  2. Gail Marie H says

    I will bring side dishes to Thanksgiving dinner at my daughter's house. They have me bring their favorites from when they were younger like green beans & bacon, my stuffing and I try something new to bring along.

  3. Melissa Cantrell says

    I will be cooking the Southern Cornbread Dressing, Green Bean Casserole, Sweet Potato Casserole, Hashbrown Casserole, Deviled Eggs, Homemade Dinner Rolls, Grandmother's Lime Jello, Sweet & Unsweet Tea

  4. Anonymous says

    There will be several but my favorites will be roasted garlic mashed potatoes and turkey sausage cornbread stuffing

    • Mary Younkin says

      It’s hard to believe it’s been nearly six years since that first trip. I never would’ve believed that we’d eventually live here. I’m so in love with Ohio. Hurry up and move closer, Christi.

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