Local, Sustainable Chicken

At Market Meats in Kitsilano, we take pride in supplying expert service and the best cuts to all of our customers. As Vancouver’s best butcher, our commitment to quality products means we only sell the freshest meats, produced locally using sustainable farming...

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Sundried Tomato, Spinach, and Cheese Stuffed Chicken

This recipe by Yammie’s Noshery combines a handful of delicious ingredients for the ultimate stuffed-chicken dinner. Make sure to order your poultry from Market Meats’ selection of premium meat products! If you try out this recipe at home, let us know how it...

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Best Meat Recipes for this Christmas

Smoked standing rib roast for beef lovers While preparing this wonderful meat recipe for Christmas may take you almost half a day, the smoked standing rib roast will be a sure hit especially among beef lovers. It can yield the most flavorful and tender meat. Plus it...

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We’re Thankful It’s Almost Thanksgiving! Turkey Recipe

Ready for the perfect turkey? We know your family is! Make this Thanksgiving one to remember with a Certified Grade A, Heirloom Turkey! Not all turkey meat is prepared and raised the same. With a trusted certification, you’ll be know that the turkey is true quality without having to research what to look for. Keep it clean, keep it simple, keep it certified! At Market Meats, we carry only the highest quality turkeys, so you’ll love it every time and with every bite!

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How To Cook The Best Ribs This Summer

Summer is the best time to dine outdoors, even if it’s just in your backyard. The glazed ginger garlic ribs recipe is a good way to compliment the time you spend outdoors. This recipe is very simple and should be enough to feed a family of four. The prep time for this one is just 20 minutes and the juicy ribs should be ready in 4 hours or less.

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Grilled-Roasted Chicken

Combine the paprika, chili powder, salt, and pepper in a small bowl. Rub the mixture inside and outside the chicken, both over and under the skin. (Be careful not to tear the skin.) Let the chicken sit at room temperature for 30 minutes.
Prepare the grill for indirect cooking, making a hot fire on half the grill and leaving the other half unheated. Place an inexpensive oven thermometer (available at any kitchen supply store) on the cool half of the cooking grate. (You can’t rely on your grill’s built-in thermometer because you want to measure the temperature only on the unheated side. ) Close the grill and heat the temperature to 400°F (200°C) on the unheated side.

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Memphis Dry-Rub Ribs

Memphis Dry-Rub Ribs 2015-06-23 17:11:32 Serves 6 Write a review Save Recipe Print Ingredients 1 tablespoon whole cumin 1/4 cup fine-quality imported sweet paprika 2 tablespoons top-quality chili powder 2 tablespoons packed dark brown sugar 1 tablespoon granulated...

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