Sterling Silver Premium Meats, known for premier quality beef, displayed inspired culinary creativity at the sold out FOOD & WINE Classic in Aspen, Colo., June 15-17.
“We were delighted and honored to have the opportunity to participate in this year’s FOOD & WINE Classic in Aspen, which annually serves as a premier event for premium brands and those who sample them,” said Heather George, marketing manager for Sterling Silver Premium Meats. “Having Sterling Silver represented among such a prestigious selection of epicurean talent was both humbling and proof that Sterling Silver earned a place at this marquee event.”
Located in Downtown Aspen, the Grand Tasting Pavilion commanded center stage at the Classic where, for the first time, Sterling Silver chefs impressed attendees with fresh dishes that pushed culinary boundaries to the next level.
Attendees were able to taste the quality beef attributes that make Sterling Silver the brand of choice for chefs who demand only the highest-quality ingredients. Carefully sourced from the North American Great Plains, Sterling Silver Premium Meats’ beef portfolio provides exceptional flavor, tenderness and juiciness that makes it the brand of choice for culinary masters.
Chefs Stephen Giunta, Barry Miles and Pete Geoghegan prepared Harissa-Rubbed Coulotte, a cut of boneless beef taken from the top sirloin butt, with a pearled cous-cous and roasted cauliflower salad and curried yogurt, as well as slow-cooked Sterling Silver short ribs over creamy truffled grits with crispy black garlic.
Offering exceptional experiences for 5,000 attendees, the FOOD & WINE Classic brought together renowned chefs, winemakers and spirits experts for one of the biggest and most celebrated foodie events of the year.
For more information on Sterling Silver Premium Meats, visit www.sterlingsilvermeats.com
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