Baste steak with olive oil and one clove of crushed garlic. Place steak on either a hot frying pan or a hot grill. Grill quickly. One-inch steaks cook 3 minutes first side, 2 minutes second. Steaks that are 1 1/2 inches to 2 inches increase cooking time by 2 minutes per side.
(Such as Short Ribs, Osso Bucco, Brisket or Chuck Roasts)
Cook in either a slow cooker on low or a cast iron covered pot in oven at 250 degrees for a minimum of 4 hours. Before cooking add an inch of liquid to the container, such as Red Wine, water, or broth. Season with garlic, chopped onions and your other favorite seasonings. Vegetables may be added at the last hour.
Heat oil in a heavy oven proof pan and sear roast on all sides. Add cubed vegetables. Cover and bake at 350 degrees for 12-14 minutes per pound of meat. Cook to an internal temperature of 130 degrees.
The Colorado Meat Company is the only place where you can purchase fresh, never frozen High Wire Ranch Bison meat. They are located in Avon across from City Market and are open daily.
Vicki's Fresh Food Movement offers our bison in the Telluride area with online ordering. She offers home delivery as well restaurant sales year round.
Farm Runners offers delivery to restaurants in Crested Butte and the Roaring Fork Valley with online ordering. They have a retail store in Hotchkiss located next to City Market that is open Wednesday through Monday.
Rogers Mesa Store is located 3 miles west of Hotchkiss on Highway 92. They offer a nice selection of bison meat and are open daily 7am to 7pm.
Montrose's best dining option, The Lobby Grill is located in Montrose Memorial Hospital. The menu features local foods and offers online ordering for pick up.
PJ's Neighborhood Pub, the Hotchkiss fine dining option, is open every evening for dinner. They currently feature bison sloppy joe sliders.