Monthly Archives: September 2009

Hearst Ranch Beef Mention In Inn at Morro Bay Review

At The Inn at Morro Bay, a sublime celebration of local food

Your title here…SLO?County ingredients — from abalone to lavender to beef — star throughout Chef Anthony Reeves’ adventurous cuisine

From The San Luis Obispo Tribune
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By Katy Budge

The Inn at Morro Bay [...]

Tuesday, September 29, 2009|News|

Hearst Ranch Beef in Fast Company: Finding Faith in the Food Industry

By Christine Arena
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The recent surge of leaked undercover videos showing inhumane and unsafe food industry practices adds fuel to a growing trend. Meat companies are being forced into a state of transparency, whether they like it or not. If they have something [...]

Tuesday, September 22, 2009|News|

Eberle Winery Dinner with Cowboy Chef Jay McCarthy: Tickets Are Still Avaible

California Wine Month Celebration Dinner – Sat., Sept 19 2009

Tickets: $150.00 each

Click here to purchase tickets

Eberle Winery will be featuring Hearst Ranch Beef at its next dinner in the caves, which will be cooked by Jay McCarthy, of the Beaver Creek Chophouse in Avon, CO.

Known as the celebrity cowboy chef, Jay [...]

Thursday, September 10, 2009|News|

Hearst Ranch Beef Rave at eGullet

Hearst Ranch Beef was recently raved on eGullet by PaulRaphael. Thanks for the mention PaulRapheal.

The original post can be found here.

“I’ve had a sample of the Hearst beef. It’s excellent. Being a marbling guy, I was skeptical, but both the texture and flavor were nice. An interesting alternative to the grain [...]

Thursday, September 3, 2009|News|

Meat and Poultry News Article About the Hearst Ranch Beef, Anaheim Convention Center Partnership

Herd mentality
With a new partnership, Aramark at the Anaheim Convention Center goes into the beef business

by Steve Bjerklie
Original article from, August 28, 2009

In what is likely the first deal of its kind, the City of Anaheim has purchased a herd of 75 [...]

Tuesday, September 1, 2009|News|