You have come to this blog post because you want to be known for having the best meat for BBQ in Philadelphia. You want to be the envy of the all the neighbors. Maybe even be the envy of those steakhouse that battle each other to be the best.
Today, we will tell you where you can buy a great sirloin or a juicy filet mignon in Philadelphia. I know that each of you has your favorite store already. I, as a father and as Chef, advise you to buy at Reading Terminal Market. It is hard to park and full of tourists but it is the best in Philadelphia. The Reading Terminal Market is full of family businesses and the freshest products. Those same businesses that serve the retail customers also supply wholesale customers all over the Philadelphia region. Meats, vegetables, delicious desserts, fruits, and everything else you might want from spices to skillets. The products sold in the Reading Market are of very good quality,fresh, and a care to keep out GMO products. Most products are organic and home made.
L. Halteman Family (Country Foods)
If I had to choose just one, I would pick the L. Halteman Family (Country Foods). They are excellent. They are Amish. Their refusal to adopt new technologies and do everything in the old fashion ways. They feed the cattle without hormones. When you speak to them, they care about their quality and sustainability.
When you eat a steak bought in L. Halteman Family(Country Foods) and grill it on a Churrasco barbecue kit and dress it in our recipe of Chimichurri you will think that you are in the south of Brazil eating in a Churrasqueria. If you are in Philadelphia, for business or pleasure, try it and let us knowI am right or not. I can guarantee you that you guys are gonna love it. Nothing in life is better then a juicy filet mignon cook on a skewer. When you have the best meat for BBQ in Philadelphia it will melt in your mouth and the flavor will fill all of your senses. It is awesome. Trust me guys. Don’t forget to always buy your meat with a little bit of fat. Your Churrasco will be more juicy and more tender.
Head Chef At Fogo De Chao Philadelphia