Friday, July 24, 2015

35 Restaurants participate in the first Australian Grassfed Beef Promotion

Australian Trade Commission (Austrade), Victoria Government, Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA), and Qantas Airways has collaborated with top Manila restaurants with a special dining promotion that showcases Australian grass-fed beef.

"The promotion reinforces Australia's position as the best place to raise beef cattle as its climate and environment provides the perfect growing conditions to raise premium beef", according to Mr. Paul Perez, MLA Country Manager.



Score a Healthier You with Grass-Fed Beef

Pastured beef meat from cows that eat only grass and other foraged foods throughout their lives is rated superior over those finished on a concentrated diet mix of corn, soy, grains, antibiotics and supplements for rapid weight gain. Grass-fed beef is naturally leaner than grain-fed beef. It is more nutrient dense and has heart-health benefits that other types of beef don't have.

Grass-fed Beef is a healthy source of many nutrients. Letting cows roam the fields to graze at will makes their meat healthier. Hence, the meat from the pastured cattle is higher in omega-3s, beta-carotene, plus conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) and other healthy fats. It is four times higher in vitamin E than the meat from the feedlot cattle. The high vitamin E content in fresh grass accounts for the equally high vitamin E content in the meat of grass-fed cattle.

Furthermore, the reasons to switch go beyond nutrition. By switching to Australian Grassfed Beef, you make a difference in the health and lives of other people, you help sustain the ecosystem and help improve the cattle herds' quality of life.



Australian Grass-fed Beef is a healthy food of the highest order

In Australia, grass-fed beef tends to be the rule rather than the exception. This makes Australian Grass-fed Beef nutritionally superior to feedlot meats. The numerous health benefits it provides makes Australian Grass-fed Beef an important part of a healthy balanced diet.

Grass fat beef is best when the cattle have been on fresh grass rather than hay. There's grass year-round in Australia, making the grasslands plentiful, inexpensive and less costly to the planet. With lots of it for grazing animals, it can certainly make a bunch of cows happy. And what makes herds happy also makes their meat healthier.



Australian Grass-fed Beef Culinary Trail

I was invited to join in the Australian Grass-fed Beef Culinary Trail along with media friends and I was surprised at how fulfilling and far reaching the Australian Grass-fed Beef can go in satisfying one’s nutritional needs and palette.

I find that Australian Grassfed Beef tasted better. Here are some of the fares served to us using Australian Grass-fed Beef---


The Wholesome Table


Meat Balls / Beef Tenderloin Fillet with a Light Demi Glaze Sauce and served with Roasted Potatoes
Australian Beef Sliders 


Sala

Seared Carpaccio of Australian Grass-fed Mulwarra Beef Tenderloin rocket, Radish and Truffled Pecorino Salad
Tortelletti of Australian Grass-fed Mulwarra Beef Short Rib Ragout Sweet Onion and Sage Soubise


CYMA

Steak and Egg Salad
Steak Gyro - Australian Angus Onglet



Carpaccio Ristorante Italliano

Carpaccio

Grilled Tenderlion with Garlic herb butter, red wine glace, green asparagus,
Tomato and Fontina mash




Prime 101


Braised Grassfed Sirloin in Iberico Chorizo and Saffron
Grassfed Beef Tartar 101

Pinnacle Grassfed Ribeye cooked in #Prime101 Signature Way


Top of the Citi

Australian Grassfed Top Blade Salpicao
Australian Grassfed Top Blade  Slider

Roast Australian Grassfed Beef Sandwich with Homemade Country Fries


A Steakhouse at Acacia Hotel

 Australian Grass-fed Tenderloin 150g served with Honey Marjoram Roasted Pumpkin, Sauteed Brussel Sprouts and Roasted Fig-Dolcetto with Sherry Vinegar Steak Sauce
Australian Grass-fed Rib-Eye 160g with Grilled Asparagus, Roasted Potatoes and Chianti Sauce


Win roundtrip tickets for 2 Australia or P 5000 Dining Privileges


Guests availing any of the featured Australian Grass-fed Beef Dish from partner restaurants during the promotion will be entitled to one Promo Code coupon. A total of 40 Dining Privileges (5 weekly winners per cut off) in participating restaurants will be raffled off. Promotion runs from June 23 to August 23, 2015.

All non-winning weekly entries qualify for the August 25, 2015 Grand Draw where one (1) winner of two (2) roundtrip tickets to Australia via Qantas Airways will be drawn.

Make the switch from grain-fed to Australian Grass-fed Beef now!

The other participating restaurants include: 100, Arya, Blackbird, Casa Roces, Chef Jessie Rockwell Club, Chef Jessie, Chesa Bianca, Cravings, Epicurious, Ilustrado, Kitchen 1B, Lucia Ristorante, One Way, People’s Palace, Sala Bistro, The Blackboard, The Breakfast Table, The True Grill, and The Urban Farm

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