The USDA Choice Natural Tri-Tip is well-known and loved in the Pacific Northwest!
What is the natural tri-tip and how do you cook it?
First, the tri-tip is a triangular cut of beef from the bottom sirloin subprimal cut. Cook a tri-tip for you and your family using this recipe.
Second, the Tri-Tip is referred to as the California cut because the Santa Maria Market first introduced the tri-tip to locals in the 1950s. Before this, the tri-tip was mainly used for ground beef and stew meat.
A little about our beef:
Ranchers of Painted Hills Natural Beef are in Wheeler County, Central Oregon, and raise cattle while stewarding the land in the shadow of the state’s famed Painted Hills. So, while times have changed in 25 years, ranching the way nature intended has not.
Above all, we are proud to pasture-raise cattle without added hormones and no antibiotics. We raise a beef product as striking as the natural wonders it’s named after.
Again, we thank you for trusting us to feed you, your friends, and your family. Please share the finished product with us at Painted Hills Natural Beef on Facebook and Instagram.
Each Natural Tri-Tip is packaged and sold individually. Each roast is between 2-4 lbs.