Delicious Dinner Options with Suzy Sirloin

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Delicious Dinner Options with Suzy Sirloin

My husband is in love with another woman. But that's OK. I'm in love with her too. Wait, before you start pointing at us and getting the creeps, just wait this out. You'll fall in love with her, too. Let's talk about delicious dinner pptions with Suzy Sirloin.

Get to Know Suzy

Her name is Suzy Sirloin. She's a fifth generation member of the Strassburger (burger--how's that for perfection) family. These beef aficionados have been delivering top quality prime and aged beef to the best steakhouses in the country, and now she's going to send some to your house if you would like. And trust me. You will love.

Suzy Sirloin has all natural products, like ground beef, ground veal and lamb. They're raised without hormones or antibiotics, so you don't have to worry about feeling guilty about feeding your family something potentially unhealthy. They also have Colorado lamb shoulder, chop, and steak. For veal, there's shoulder, cutlets, stew, osso bucca, and loin and rib chips. Don't feel like putting it all together on a busy night? Then grab some of their all natural meatball or meatloaf mix.

Our love affair began with a simple steak. When I tell you this piece of beef was so good that we actually ate it standing up in the kitchen, I'm being truthful. A simple taste test when it came off the grill snowballed into a food fest of pushing and shoving to get to the next bite. Yes, we were fighting over Suzy.

Another favorite of ours are the lamb sliders. They're so convenient for a quick grilled lunch on the George Foreman. Plop them on slider buns and our daughter has a nutritious lunch beyond the normal nuggets or PB&J. That is if I can keep my husband from grabbing her lunch out of her hands.

Sidenote: Less grease came off the 90% ground beef than the 93% I buy at the grocery store. That says something about the quality and how nice and lean Suzy's meats are. This is the true meaning of love bites.

Suzy Sirloin is available at suzysirloin.com.

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