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Haverhill Beef's Club Marinade Online
Volume 6, Issue 36: September 5, 2006

Welcome to this issue of Haverhill Beef's Club Marinade Online!

Since 1952, Haverhill Beef has been your full service old fashion butcher shop and meat market.

Our mission statement is simple:

"To provide our customers the finest quality and freshest possible products available. To charge only the fairest price possible with the personal service the customer deserves."

>> Greater Haverhill's Best Butcher Shop <<
>> 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2005 <<


Monday Through Friday: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
**** NEW ----> Sunday: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. <----NEW ****


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In this issue of Haverhill Beef's Club Marinade Online, you will find:

- E-Mail List Only Coupon
- Reminder: We Are Open Sundays 9 am to 3 pm
~~ Sunday Only Special
- HELP WANTED: Part Time Positions Available
- NEW Meat Package:
~~ Tailgating Haverhill Beef Style
~~ FREE Gas Card Promotion
- Weekly Specials
- Beer And Wine Specials
- 3 Recipes For You:
~~ Italian Style Beef Chuck Pot Roast (Made In Crock Pot)
~~ Broiled Boneless Honey-Molasses Pork Chops
~~ Honey Glazed Boneless Chicken Tenders
- Safe Food Handling Tips From The USDA/FSIS
~~ Plan A Good Defense For Safe Food At Tailgate Parties
- Links To The Haverhill Beef Web Site
- Important Food Safety Reminder


9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Never be out of our GREAT steaks, sirloin tips, chicken, ribs and sausages!


Haverhill Beef has started running a Sunday only special. Every Sunday we will have one item at a super sale price!

Stop by on Sunday and check this out -- You won't be disappointed!

~~ Remember Sundays Only!
~~ Item will not be advertised!

BE SURE TO CHECK OUR WEB SITE "This Week's Specials" page on Friday afternoons for a hint for the upcoming "Sunday Special":



Haverhill Beef has part time positions available for afternoons (3 pm to 7 pm) and Saturdays (9 am to 5 pm). Duties include waiting on Customers and clean-up.

Please apply at the Haverhill Beef store (do not e-mail).

Haverhill Beef is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Thank You,
Haverhill Beef


** NEW MEAT PACKAGE: Tailgating Haverhill Beef Style **

Haverhill Beef is pleased to introduce this week a new Meat Package just in time for the start of the football season!

~~ 5 lbs Chicken Wings
~~ 5 lbs Sirloin Tips
~~ 3 lbs Sausage
~~ 3 lbs of 4 oz Hamburger Patties
~~ 10 oz. Shrimp Ring
~~ Click to order: http://www.haverhillbeef.com/orderformfreezerpackages.html#TAILGATING

As always..... Haverhill Beef's meat packages are made from the fresh, high quality meats you would buy from our display cases. Never put up and frozen; always packed when ordered. The meat packages are suitable for freezing.

~~ Click: http://www.haverhillbeef.com/freezerpackages.html

Thank You,
Haverhill Beef



----- "WE ARE WORTH THE TRIP" -----

Haverhill Beef has again teamed up with Haffner's Service Stations to offer our valued Customers FREE GAS when you come into our store and purchase our products.

With every $100.00 purchase per visit (non-cumulative), you will receive a $10.00 Gas Card from Haffner's Service Stations.

Promotions ends 9/30/06.



Sale Prices are effective through 9/12/06 unless otherwise specified.

This Week's Haverhill Beef's Specials can be seen on our web site by clicking below:


- Chairman's Reserve Boneless Delmonico Steaks: $9.99 lb.

- Chairman's Reserve Boneless Prime Rib Roast: $9.99 lb.

- Chairman's Reserve Boneless Beef Chuck Pot Roast: $1.99 lb.

- Mediterranean Seasonings: Buy 1 Full Price --> Get 1 FREE! (While Supplies Last!)

- IONIA COFFEE FROM SICILY: 2 pkgs. for $4.00
~~ While Supplies Last!



- Have You Checked Out Haverhill Beef's FRESH Produce Department?
~~ Lettuce, Tomatoes, Russet Potatoes, Carrots, Summer Squash
~~ Zucchini, Broccoli, Green Peppers, Red Peppers, Corn On The Cob
~~ Onions, Watermelon, And More!

~~ Daily selection may vary.



~~ All Sliced Fresh For You!



~~ Hood Milk and Dairy Products
~~ The Pie Guy Pies
~~ Maria's Family Restaurant PITA CHIPS
~~ ANGUS Steak Sauces, Barbecue Sauces and Marinades®
~~ Byrne Dairy Ice Cream
~~ Hood Milk Products
~~ Haverhill Beef Spices
- Big Savings!
- Over 40 Varieties!


You can place your order in-store, online or via the telephone:

~~ In-Store: 117 Merrimack Street, Haverhill, MA
~~ Telephone: 978-374-4795
~~ Regular Online Order Form: http://www.haverhillbeef.com/orderform.html
~~ Freezer Package Order Form: http://www.haverhillbeef.com/orderformfreezerpackages.html
~~ Deli Platter Order Form: http://www.haverhillbeef.com/orderformdeliplatters.html



- Samuel Adams Octoberfest, 6 pack, 12 ounce bottle: $7.69 plus deposit


- Barefoot Cellars Wines, 750ml bottles: $6.99
~~ California Syrah
~~ California Merlot
~~ California Zinfandel
~~ California Chardonnay
~~ California White Zinfandel
~~ California Sauvignon Blanc
~~ California Cabernet Sauvignon


- Check out our collection of Italian Wines from the Leonardo LoCascio's Winebow Selection.

~~ 750ml bottles:

~~ Di Majo Norante: Sangiovese IGT ==> $10.99
~~ Argiolas: Vermentino di Sardegna Costamolino DOC ==> $12.99
~~ Taurino: Salice Salentino Rosso Riserva DOC ==> $12.99
~~ Morgante: Nero d'Avola IGT ==> $13.99
~~ Tiefenbrunner: Chardonnay dell'Alto Adige DOC ==> $12.99
~~ Falesco: Est! Est!! Est!!! DOC ==> $9.99
~~ Allegrini: Giovanni Allegrini Recioto della Valpolicella Classico DOC ==> $13.99
~~ Maculan: Brentino IGT ==> $16.99
~~ Falesco: Vitiano Rosso IGT ==> $10.99
~~ Zenato: Pinot Grigio delle Venezie IGT ==> $11.99
~~ Allegrini: Palazzo della Torre IGT ==> $19.99
~~ Botromagno: Gravina Bianco DOC ==> $11.99


- Be sure to check out our great selection of imported and domestic beers and wines your next trip to Haverhill Beef!

PLEASE DO NOT DRINK AND DRIVE! Always drink alcohol responsibly!



Italian Style Beef Chuck Pot Roast (Made In Crock Pot)

Prep Time: 10 Minutes
Cook Time: : about 8 Hours and 30 Minutes
Ready in: about 8 Hours and 40 Minutes
Makes about 7 servings

4 lb. boneless beef chuck pot roast
1 envelope (0.7 ounces) dry Italian dressing mix
2 large onions, each cut into eight wedges
2 cloves garlic, peeled
1/2 teaspoon oregano
1 can of diced tomatoes
1 teaspoon rosemary, dried
2 red bell peppers, cut into 1 1/2 inch pieces
1/2 cup ready-to-serve beef broth
1 summer squash, cut into 1/4 inch thick slices
1 zucchini, cut into 1/4 inch thick slices
2 1/2 tablespoons cornstarch dissolved in 2 tablespoons water
salt to taste
pepper to taste

1. Press dressing mix evenly onto all surfaces of beef pot roast. Set aside.

2. Place the onions and garlic in a large crock pot, then put the pot roast on top.

3. Add the bell peppers, oregano, diced tomatoes, rosemary and beef broth. Cover and cook on low for 8 hours.

After 8 hours:
4. Add the summer squash and zucchini. Continue cooking, covered, for 30 minutes or until pot roast is fork-tender.

5. Remove the pot roast and vegetables and place on carving platter.

6. Strain the cooking liquid; skim fat.; then combine 2 cups of the cooking liquid and cornstarch mixture in medium saucepan. Bring to a boil, stirring constantly; cook and stir 1 minute or until thickened.

7. Carve the pot roast into slices; place on plates.

8. Serve with the vegetables and the gravy; season with salt and pepper, as desired.


Broiled Boneless Honey-Molasses Pork Chops

Prep Time: 5 Minutes
Cook Time: 12 Minutes
Ready in: about 12 Minutes WITHOUT marinating time
Makes 8 servings

8 boneless pork chops cut about 1 inch thick
1/3 cup chopped garlic
1/2 cup honey
1/2 cup molasses
1/2 cup real lemon juice
2 teaspoons olive oil
1/2 teaspoon oregano
2 teaspoons rosemary

1. Combine the garlic, honey, molasses, lemon juice, olive oil, oregano, and rosemary in a resealable plastic bag.

2. Add the pork chops and liberally coat the meat on all sides with the mixture and marinate them for at least 6 hours (or up to overnight) in the refrigerator.

After marinating time:
3. Preheat the oven broiler.

4. Remove the pork chops from the bag, drain chops, discarding marinade.

5. Place chops on rack in broiler pan so the chops are 4 to 5 inches from heat. Sprinkle the chops with a little paprika. Broil for 5 to 6 minutes or until brown. Turn chops and sprinkle with paprika. Broil for 5 to 6 minutes more or until chops are just done.


Honey Glazed Boneless Chicken Tenders

Prep Time: 5 Minutes
Cook Time: about 15 Minutes
Ready in: 20 Minutes
Makes 4 servings

2 lbs boneless chicken tenders
1/2 cup of honey
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon rosemary
1/2 teaspoon cracked black pepper

1. Pre-heat oven broiler.

2. In small bowl, combine honey, cinnamon, rosemary and crack black pepper until blended.

3. Place the chicken tenders on a broiler pan and broil, turning occasionally and basting with the honey glaze, 15 minutes or until meat thermometer inserted in thickest part of meat registers 180°F. Note: Do not baste during the last 5 minutes of grilling.


** SAFE FOOD HANDLING TIPS FROM THE USDA/FSIS (US Dept. Agriculture/Food Safety And Inspection Service **

~~ Plan A Good Defense For Safe Food At Tailgate Parties*

Don’t give bacteria a sporting chance at your football tailgate gathering. The U.S. Department of Agriculture reminds consumers that although tailgating is a cool weather activity in most areas of the country, it still requires the same safe food handling practices as summer picnicking. It takes a good defense to keep harmful foodborne bacteria from sending guests to the locker room.

There’s nothing more American than tailgating and football. Food and football have long been paired for fall festivities. In fact, “gridiron” -- the nickname for the football field -- comes from a grate used for grilling food. So this fall, if you’ll be grilling your “pigskin,” make sure you've got the right equipment to defeat bacteria. Keeping food safe at parties takes a team effort.

“No matter what team you're rooting for, make sure you plan a good defense for keeping food safe at tailgate parties,” said Dr. Elsa A. Murano, USDA under secretary for food safety. “Following the four food safety steps will ensure all tailgaters enjoy safe food.”

Throughout food preparation and serving, the Partnership for Food Safety Education’s Fight BAC!® campaign advises to:

Clean. Clean the food thermometer after use; and use clean serving plates, utensils, etc.
Separate. Separate raw meat and poultry from cooked foods to avoid cross-contamination.
Cook. Raw meat and poultry need to be cooked thoroughly.
Chill. Store leftovers in the cooler within 2 hours of taking food off of the grill. When the temperature is above 90 °F, store food in a cooler within 1 hour.
The Game Plan
Keeping food safe from home to stadium helps prevent foodborne illness. The game plan should include packing for a situation where a refrigerator, stove, and running water are probably not available. Include lots of clean utensils, not only for eating but also for serving the safely cooked food. In addition to a grill and fuel for cooking food, pack a food thermometer to be sure the meat, poultry, and casseroles reach a high enough temperature to destroy harmful bacteria that may be present.

Keep hot food hot. If bringing hot take-out food, eat it within 2 hours of purchase. Or plan ahead and chill the food in your refrigerator before packing for your tailgate. To keep food like soup, chili, and stew hot, use an insulated container. Fill the container with boiling water, let it stand for a few minutes, empty, and then put in the piping hot food. Keep the insulated container closed to keep the food hot (140 ° F or above) for several hours.

Carry cold perishable food like raw hamburger patties, sausages, and chicken in an insulated cooler packed with several inches of ice, frozen gel packs, or containers of frozen water. Perishable cooked food such as luncheon meat, cooked meat, chicken, and potato or pasta salads must be kept refrigerator cold, too. When packing the cooler for an outing, be sure raw meat and poultry are wrapped securely to prevent their juices from cross-contaminating ready-to-eat food.

Find out if there's a source of potable (drinkable) water. If not, bring water for cleaning. Pack clean, wet, disposable cloths or moist towelettes and paper towels for cleaning hands and surfaces.

The Play-by-Play
At the tailgate party, it’s important to keep hot food hot and cold food cold. Bacteria multiply rapidly between 40 °F and 140 °F. Never leave food in this “danger zone” more than 2 hours (1 hour when the outside temperature is above 90 °F). Cook meat and poultry completely. Partial cooking of food ahead of time allows bacteria to multiply to the point that subsequent cooking cannot destroy them.

Meat and poultry cooked on a grill often browns very fast on the outside, so check using a food thermometer to be sure they are cooked thoroughly. Cook hamburgers, sausage, and other ground meats (veal, lamb, and pork) to an internal temperature of 160 °F and ground poultry to 165 °F. Beef, veal and lamb steaks and roasts may be cooked to 145 °F for medium rare. Poultry breast meat should be cooked to 170 °F and dark meat to 180 °F. All cuts of pork should reach 160 °F.

The Wrap-Up
Some people have so much fun at tailgate gatherings, they never actually make it into the stadium to see the football game. But that doesn’t mean it’s safe for the food to stay unrefrigerated before, during, and after the game. Store food in the cooler except for brief times when serving. Cook only the amount of food that will be eaten to avoid the challenge of keeping leftovers at a safe temperature. Discard any leftovers that are not ice cold after the game. Food should not be left out of the cooler or off the grill more than 2 hours (1 hour when the outside temperature is above 90 °F). Holding food at an unsafe temperature is a prime cause of foodborne illness

*SOURCE: USDA/FSIS WEB SITE: http://www.fsis.usda.gov/






Please take a few minutes and explore our web site. . . .

Main Page: http://www.haverhillbeef.com/
This Week's Specials: http://www.haverhillbeef.com/thisweeksspecials.html
Beef: http://www.haverhillbeef.com/beef.html
Pork: http://www.haverhillbeef.com/pork.html
Poultry: http://www.haverhillbeef.com/poultry.html
Club Marinade: http://www.haverhillbeef.com/clubmarinade.html
Deli Platters: http://www.haverhillbeef.com/deliplatters.html
Freezer Packages: http://www.haverhillbeef.com/freezerpackages.html
Recipes: http://www.haverhillbeef.com/recipes.html
Coupons: http://www.haverhillbeef.com/coupon.html
Online Ordering - Pick-up At Store:
- Regular Retail: http://www.haverhillbeef.com/orderform.html
- Freezer Packages: http://www.haverhillbeef.com/orderformfreezerpackages.html
- Deli Platters: http://www.haverhillbeef.com/orderformdeliplatters.html
Cooking Instructions: http://www.haverhillbeef.com/cookinginstructions.html
Holiday Suggestions: http://www.haverhillbeef.com/holidaysuggestions.html
Past Newsletters: http://www.haverhillbeef.com/online.html
Map and Directions: http://www.haverhillbeef.com/map.html
Contact Us: http://www.haverhillbeef.com/contact.html



All cooking temperatures and times indicated on our web site and this newsletter are suggestions only. Cooking temperatures and times may vary for your oven, broiler, stove top or grill. Please use an appropriate meat thermometer for accuracy



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