Behind-the-scenes on our House Made Beer Brats

Our Blog Behind-the-scenes on our House Made Beer Brats Check out our sausage making process for our Octoberfest beer brats. In this video, we walk you through start to finish on making one of our popular house made sausages. These sausages are great for the coming fall weather, and an easy meal to slap on […]

Andrew vs the Tenderloin

Our Blog Andrew vs the Tenderloin For all those interested in how we process meat, here is a video of Andrew cleaning up a tenderloin to make filets. This actually him in real time, the guy is a speed demon with serious accuracy! Let us know what else you would like to see us do. […]

What’s your beef?

Our Blog What’s your beef? Have you ever found yourself looking at a beef case, wondering, “What’s the difference between these steaks?” Are you unsure of the best choice for the grill vs a hit for taco Tuesday? At Lake Norman Butchery, we have nearly 50 beef options in house daily and can custom cut […]

Best Grilled Chicken? Hold my Beer!

Our Blog Best Grilled Chicken? Hold my Beer! Beer can chicken is a fun, delicious way to grill your bird this weekend. At Lake Norman Butchery, we’ve done the hard part for you. Whole chickens are ready to go for the grill, beer included! Pick up yours today, check out the recipe below, and get […]

Soft Shell Crabs are in this weekend!

Our Blog Soft Shell Crabs are in this weekend! We just received some beautiful South Carolina Soft Shell Crabs. Memories come back from my time in culinary school in Charleston and eating fired soft shell crab sandwiches on Market Street. Here is a great simple recipe! For the tartar sauce 1/2 cup mayonnaise 1 Tbs. […]

Tired of chicken? We got Philly meat!

Our Blog Tired of chicken? We got Philly meat! Now available at Lake Norman Butchery – 8 oz packs of thin-sliced ribeye for the most delicious cheesesteak around. Packs are 8 oz for $8.50, and don’t forget your provolone!

The California Secret is out in NC!

Our Blog The California Secret is out in NC! Searching for an amazing steak to roast or grill? Look no further than the Tri Tip, this cut from the bottom sirloin is a crowd pleaser. The California classic is the Santa Maria style. The recipe starts with a base of salt, pepper, onion powder and […]

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