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Connecticut

See how Connecticut beef farmers and ranchers are rethinking the ranch to raise sustainable beef through land-saving, wildlife-preserving, and award-winning environmental efforts.

Meet Connecticut farmer: kelley babbin

Kelley Babbin operates Howling Flats Farm, a small family farm located in the northwest corner of Connecticut. They proudly raise A Greener World Certified Humane Angus cattle along with pasture raised pork.  She's been raising livestock for 10 years and loves having the opportunity to share this lifestyle with her grandsons. You can find their food online or at local farmers markets and grocery stores throughout Litchfield County.

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popular connecticut-inspired recipes

Grilled Steak and Fresh Mozzarella Flatbread

GRILLED STEAK AND FRESH MOZZARELLA FLATBREAD

Top Sirloin Filets are perfectly tender for this Italian-style flatbread. Check out this recipe.

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Classic Beef Cheeseburgers

Classic Beef Cheeseburgers

Master this classic burger recipe and you'll be the king (or queen) of the grill from here on out!

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Discover more great beef Recipes

Autumn Pot Roast with Root Vegetables

favorite fall recipes

As the days get shorter and the weather turns colder, it’s time to fall in love with these Fall recipes. With Chili, Pot Roasts and much more, you’ll find the perfect autumn meal.

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tailgating treasures

The biggest games of the year deserve the best recipes. Whether the tailgate is in the parking lot, backyard, or home kitchen you'll be the MVP with these great tailgating recipes.

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Cowboy Beef and Black Bean Chili

Gotta Try Beef Chilis

It’s hard to deny that a warm, savory bowl of chili brings a certain nostalgia to the table. Whether it’s a weekly tradition or a special occasion dish, chili is one of our favorite ways to warm the soul. Discover a few of our tastiest, coziest beef chili recipes.

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connecticut fact

Louis Lassen of Louis' Lunch, a small lunch wagon in New Haven, Connecticut, is said to have sold to the first hamburger and steak sandwich in the U.S. in 1900.