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Hearst Ranch Beef Mention At Momcentral.com

This article appeared on Momcentral.com. Pepsi has been cross-promoting Hearst Ranch Beef with its new Pepsi Natural product. That is a Hearst Ranch Free-range, Grass-fed New York Steak in the image below.

The original post can be found here.

Pepsi Natural: Recipe and Giveaway

In my house, summer brings with it one barbecue after another. [...]

Monday, November 2, 2009|News|

Village Voice Article About Emma Hearst And Hearst Ranch Beef

At Sorella, the Beef Comes From the Family Ranch. The Hearst Family Ranch.
By Pervaiz Shallwani
From the Village Voice. Original story can be found here

Chef Emma Hearst

Being the great, great, great granddaughter of media baron William Randolph Hearst has its perks, even when you’re a chef. [...]

Monday, November 2, 2009|News|

Hearst Ranch Beef Mention in Fortune

Behind the scenes at Disney’s first fan convention
At the D23 Expo, ‘Mickey Mouse Club’ takes on a whole new meaning.
By Richard Siklos, editor at large
September 14, 2009: 11:55 AM ET

The original story can be found here.

ANAHEIM, Calif. (Fortune) — Last Friday, Johnny Depp came onto a stage at [...]

Sunday, November 1, 2009|News|

Hearst Ranch Featured On HeritageShared.Org

Virtual Tours – Living on the Land Tour

Historic Agricultural Sites Throughout
San Luis Obispo County

The original article can be found here.

Coastal Cattle Country

San Simeon: From Cambria, take Hwy 1 northwest 11 miles to the marked Vista Point just beyond Oak Knoll/Arroyo Laguna Creek.

Rancho Piedra Blanca 1

Sunday, November 1, 2009|News|

Hearst Ranch Beef – Recent Rave Customer Reviews From Williams-Sonoma.com

Hearst Ranch Beef is the authentic flavor of the American West; distinctive, robust, and sublime. Who better to explain our product than our customers?

Yum, Yum and Yum

  • out of 5
    ACityGirl, San Francisco, CA
    Would You Recommend? Yes*

Grass-fed beef is not only delicious, it’s actually healthier, and for those who are interested, the natural way of eating beef. No hormones, [...]

Saturday, October 31, 2009|News|

Hearst Ranch Beef Recipe From Alexandracooks.com

There was a great post from Alexandracooks.com on 4/26/09 featuring adinner built around Hearst Ranch Beef Ribeyes. Thanks for the mention Alexandra!

The original post can be found here.

Delicious, Free-range, Grass-fed Hearst Ranch Beef
Photo Courtesy of Alexandracooks.com

“But my mother is so thoughtful, too. And a [...]

Saturday, October 31, 2009|News|

Nice Hearst Ranch Beef Mention at Foodforthoughtmiami.com

A recent review of Artisan in Paso Robles at foodforthoughtmiami.com featured a nice mention of Hearst Ranch Beef:

The whole post can be found here.

Here is the Hearst mention:

“A steak from the specials list was also very good: a richly flavored grass-fed Hearst Ranch filet mignon (yes, that Hearst [...]

Saturday, October 24, 2009|News|

Edible Manhattan Article About The Hearst Tower And Hearst Ranch Beef

The New Power Lunch
Corporate cafeterias go green.
By Lisa McLaughlin

The original article can be found here.

Urbane and glittering Hearst Tower, the publishing empire’s 46-story glass and steel headquarters on West 57th Street, might seem an unlikely setting for a farm stand, but every Wednesday employees can [...]

Friday, October 23, 2009|News|

Hearst Ranch Beef Mention From Chefsblade.com

A recent post on the Slow Food forum at Chefsblade was entitled:

Tell us about the best “Slow” meal you’ve cooked?

This excellent answer was written by Chefsblade member kmarquez. Thanks kmarquez for the mention, the original post can be found here:

“I can’t say I’ve actually had a true slow food meal. I’d like to [...]

Thursday, October 15, 2009|News|

MIchael Pollan Speaks At Cal Poly

Poly takes heat as Pollan speaks

From The Cal Poly Mustang Daily

The Sustainable Agriculture Research Consortium (SARC) has been getting a lot of unanticipated attention for its annual fundraiser featuring noted author and journalism professor Michael Pollan, but not for the right reasons. Cal Poly has been criticized by members of the agricultural community for hosting Pollan, who they say [...]

Monday, October 12, 2009|News|