You are growing up, starting families and moving into bigger spaces. Got more mouths to feed? We got what you need with our Family Pack share.
- 2 x Whole Chickens
- 1 x Box of 8 Burgers
- 2 x 250g Packs of Bacon
- 1 Dozen Packing House Eggs
- 2 x 4 Breakfast Sausage
- 1 x Beef Roast
- 2 x 1 lb Packs of Ground Beef
- 2 x 2 Boneless Butterflied Pork Loin Chops
Family Pack Articles
What's With Herbs?
The food from my childhood has had a significant influence on the food we serve at Richmond Station. We still stick to the classics but have also found new favourites: dill flowers on trout, mexican marigold in a butter sauce on zucchini, bronze fennel on fresh cheese.
Why is Kolapore Springs Trout So Special?
Kolapore Springs Trout Farm is located two hours northwest of Toronto, and the closest town is Thornbury. The location is perfect for an inland fish farm.
Why Does West Side Beef Have a Family Pack?
The WSB Family Pack is meant for families that want good, healthy, fresh proteins for their home pantry. With this option, we’ve included larger roasts, whole birds, and for the first time ever we’re mixing proteins together in one option.
Family Pack Recipes
Maple Trout Cure
This is a great preparation for the trout fillets that come in your Family Pack. I used this recipe to introduce my kids to eating fish!Learn More
You can use this spice mixture to season crispy items that come out of your oven, or you can use it as a rub for meat you’ll grill or roast later in the day.Learn More
Orecchiette are small hand made pasta shells. The term is Italian for “little ear”. Each orecchiette should be the size of a thumb nail and should the be shape of a dome. This little pasta is easy to make with kids and makes for a fun family activity. Serve the pasta with a traditional Italian sugo, or stew or alongside freshly grilled garden vegetables, especially bitter greens like rapini or broccoli.Learn More
Herbs are available year round in a grocery store but nothing compares to freshly picked. Buy herbs that are bright and not browning at all. They will keep well wrapped in a damp towel in a sealed container in the fridge, but if you can grow them yourself, just step outside and pick as much as you want when you need them!Learn More