Food Share Options
Create your own food security. Invest in your health and longevity. Ideal for rational eaters, families, practitioners, clubs, groups, and co-ops. Purchase for annual, semi-annual or monthly consumption and share with many. These Food Share options are based on general customer preferences and our own family’s average consumption. We find that many prefer a custom order, it’s a great way to eat what you want when you want it. If you would like assistance in determining your freezer needs or if you are shopping for a group or multiple families, please let us know! At this time we offer sales directly through select farmers markets and special events in Albuquerque, NM and Phoenix, AZ. Please contact us should you wish to schedule local delivery.
Custom orders gladly accepted. Please place orders or further inquire by phone 602.286.9233 or send email
Ground Beef – Bull Burger – by the case
New Mexico Beef, entirely grass-fed to finish. Our LEAN 90/10 ground beef. A case includes 25 packages ( 1pound each) of ground beef for your freezer.
$250 per case
Local Honey – Full Case
12 x 14 ounce jars of Fresh Local Honey. A case equals 1 gallon of honey. 1 jar per month for a year, or share with friends…honey makes a great gift!
$70 per case
Local Honey – Full Case Quarts
12 x Quart (46 ounces honey) jars of Fresh Local Honey. A case of quarts equals 3 gallons of honey. 1 jar per month for a year or share with friends…honey makes a great gift!
$180 per case
Alaska Wild Seafood
“These wild fish are caught by me, bled by me, blessed by me, filleted and frozen. Sashimi quality, or cook and serve.”
Kenny Aschbacher – Commercial Fisherman – Kodiak, Alaska
I am a harvester of sustainable resources, a professional hunter-gatherer. My summer months are spent aboard a commercial fishing boat catching wild fish to blast freeze and sell during the off-season across the southwest. Over fifteen seasons of experience and possession of a Kodiak limited entry seine permit allow me to successfully harvest and deliver sashimi grade salmon and seafood to quality conscious consumers. My best fish are specially cared for and packaged for my family and a few customers who desire the knowledge of where, how, and who is harvesting the food we eat. I am the quality control. Samurai cuts are made within minutes of careful landing. Each salmon is put to bed on shaved ice and delivered to a shore based state inspected facility to be hand filleted, portioned, vacuum-sealed and blast frozen to -20. Once frozen, the salmon are boxed, palletized and shipped via Alaska air freight and/or sea-land transport to Phoenix, AZ and Albuquerque, NM for cold storage and distribution in the southwest by me and my wife.
From ocean to table since 2001, we are your BEST CHOICE for sustainable seafood!
Keta Salmon Filet
Keta (its Latin name), known in Alaska as chum or dog salmon has become quite popular with Wild Seafood lovers across the southwest! Mild and wild, delicious and 1 gram of omega-3 oil per serving. A delicious salmon poached, baked, grilled smoked and even fried for fish and chips! Excellent for fish tacos, a great substitute for halibut and all other whitefish. Nutritionally speaking, this salmon is superior to all whitefish except sablefish.
$16 per pound
Sockeye Salmon Filet
Salmon Roe – Keta Salmon Caviar
Black Cod/Sablefish Filet
The premier fish of the Pacific Ocean! Sablefish is our favorite “special occasion” dinner! Incredibly oily and unbelievably delicious! This fish has a preferred diet of Alaska king crab. Also known as Black Cod, although not a cod at all. High oil content, delicious and juicy. This is an absolutely great fish and so tasty steamed, seared or grilled. Difficult to overcook.
The Alaskan sablefish fishery is managed through the North Pacific Fishery Management Council’s Gulf of Alaska and Bering Sea/Aleutian Islands Groundfish Fishery Management Plans. It is primarily a small boat fishery with nearly 400 vessels. The fishing season lasts from approximately March 1 – November 15. Management measures include a total allowable catch which is divided among gear types (trawl and fixed) and an individual fishing quota (IFQ) program for the majority of fixed gear. Fixed gear (longlines and pots) harvests around 85% of the sablefish quota and trawl gear about 15%. The State of Alaska manages state fisheries that harvest sablefish outside the IFQ program. (They are managed under a shared quota system – all permit holders receive an equal share of the annually determined catch quota.) Sablefish populations are near or above target levels in the North Pacific.
$40 per pound
Temporarily Out of Stock
Pacific Halibut Cheeks
Halibut management is conducted by the International Pacific Halibut Commission combining conservation and management efforts of the USA & Canada. In 1995, around the time that Kenny began his commercial fishing career, the state of Alaska put halibut on an IFQ (Individual Fishing Quota) system. This system has increased the value of the fishery, increased the quality of fish, cut back on wasted halibut and dramatically improved safety for fishermen. However, halibut can still be a dangerous fishery with a high injury rate. The IFQ system works by selling individuals the (strictly limited & regulated) rights to catch a certain amount of halibut. Halibut IFQ’s are currently (fall 2017) in the $60 per pound+ range, it’s one of the world’s most costly fisheries to enter. Since 2008, the state of Alaska has lowered quotas in order to ensure future sustainability of the fishery. However, halibut biomass has decreased by 30-50% since 2001. Halibut growth rates have been depressed to levels consistent with those of the 1920’s. The average halibut was considerably larger in the 1950’s than it is today. The main factor contributing to the unsustainability of halibut is ocean trawling (dragging) which catches a large number of halibut and other non-targeted species (by-catch) of ocean going fishes.
Beef-100% Grassfed & Pasture Finished
Our herd is raised and finished on native and irrigated grasses near the Kiowa National Grasslands on the high plains of northeastern New Mexico. Our goal is to produce the finest beef in the world! We are setting a standard for grassFAT beef: our cattle are born and raised on the same ranch their entire lives, about 3 years eating all grass all the time, truly grassfed to finish. Our beef is processed at a small USDA plant owned and operated by one family. Our beef is dry aged 21 days and stores well in the freezer (0 degrees or colder) for at least 1 year.
Grassfed Beef Bones & Organs
Soup bones for broth, marrow bones for roasting and broth. 2.5 pound packages are average size. In our experience, 1 pound of bones will yield approximately 1 quart of broth.
Beef Organs: May include liver, heart and kidneys. Limited quantity.
$8 per pound – Order in Advance
Grassfed Beef Ground
Our finest steakhouse GrassFAT (80/20) grind, incredibly delicious 5 star burger! This top notch ground beef contains all healthy CLA-rich grassfat! Great for burgers, tacos, meatloaf, beef sausage and more.
$12 per pound
Grassfed Beef Roasts & Savory Cuts
Beef Short Ribs: Delicious combo of meat, fat and bone. Works great for slow cooking, broth, grill and more. Super tasty and tender with a slow and low cooking method. $8 per pound
Beef Cross-Cut Shanks: Super tasty meat, excellent in broth/stock. We typically oven roast the shanks then cover in water and boil several hours, add veggies and boil even longer. The traditional cut for osso bucco. $8 per pound
Chuck Roast: Bone-in and great for a Sunday dinner! Slow roast in the oven, crock pot or even on the grill! Typically about 4 pounds each. $12 per pound
Oxtail: only a few available, great for broth or roasted. $12 per pound
$8 – $12 per pound – Order in Advance
Grassfed Beef Steaks
Steaks are individually vacuum sealed. We love these! Although our beef is dry aged 21 days, we age these steaks in the fridge 1-2 days before cooking. Remove steaks from fridge/packaging, pat dry and sprinkle Kenny’s Original or NM Spice Rub on each side. Let stand about 20 minutes before cooking.
Tenderized Round Steak – great for steak fingers or making easy beef jerky. $16 per pound
Top Sirloin Steaks – incredibly delicious and grill friendly. $20 per pound
NY Strip Steaks – boneless and delicious, perfect for grilling. $28 per pound
Ribeye Steaks – bone in and amazing on the grill or seared on the stovetop. $28 per pound
Tenderloin/Filet Mignon Steaks – thick cut and incredibly tender. $36 per pound
$16 – $36 per pound – Order in Advance
New Mexico Pork
100% Locally raised in Albuquerque’s south valley. Fed fresh grazed farm forage and finished on a ration of peanuts, pecans and hemp seeds. Absolutely THE BEST pork you will ever taste. We offer a few standard traditional cuts for convenience, pork bones and pork lard may also be available upon request.
All our favorites! We offer these fine products for your cooking convenience and dining pleasure. ENJOY!
Bariani EARLY HARVEST Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Olives harvested early in the season before they have a chance to ripen, yield a small percentage of oil, giving this oil a robust and intense flavor. Sometimes knows as green olive oil. Enjoy this olive oil on your favorite dishes and try it on vanilla ice cream! Currently available in 500ml ($20) and 1.0L ($30) bottles.
Bariani Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Registered organic, grown, cold pressed and bottled by the Bariani family on their estate near Sacramento, CA. Pure and flavorful, delicious. Available in 500ml ($15) and 1.0L ($25) bottles. This is the freshest, best olive oil we’ve ever tasted and has remained our favorite for over 15 years! The early harvest for green olives begins each fall in early October and continues as the olives ripen through December.
Raw, local and unfiltered! We offer 10+ varieties of USA floral source honey. Deep dark and medicinal to mild and mellow. Local and regional, we’ve got it all.
Varietals *may* include: Mesquite, Alfalfa, Catclaw Acacia, Desert Wildflower, Bosque Wildflower, Mountain Wildflower, Strawberry-Raspberry, Oak Leaf Honeydew, and SO MUCH MORE! Bee Pollen and Bee’s wax may also be available.
Large Quart Jar (46oz): $20-$60 depending on variety
Regular Table Jar (14oz): $10-$25 depending on variety
Small Gift Jar (2oz): $5-$18 depending on variety
We offer stock-up discounts when you purchase a case of honey. Large Quart or Regular Table Jars/12 jars per case. Small Gift Jars/24-30 jars per case.
Kenny’s New Mexico Spice Rub
Sprinkle on Kenny’s Pasture-Finished Beef & Pork, Wild Seafood, any egg dish and even popcorn! 3oz packages
Ingredients: Ground kosher sea salt, white pepper, black pepper, New Mexico red chile, New Mexico green chile, rosemary, parsley, sage, dehydrated lemon peel.
Kenny’s Original Spice Rub
Sprinkle on Kenny’s Pasture-Finished Beef & Pork, Wild Seafood, any egg dish and even popcorn! 3oz packages
Ingredients: ground kosher sea salt, white pepper, black pepper, granulated garlic, onion powder, rosemary, parsley, sage, dehydrated lemon peel.
Sweet Lavender Soap
OK, this isn’t exactly for the pantry, but your skin needs healthy fats too! This soap is made by Little Mama at her family-owned microsoapery nestled in the foothills of the North Phoenix Mountain Preserve. Using our free range beef tallow, shea butter & lavender essential oil. 4oz bars
Ingredients: goat’s milk, saponified oils of olive, free-range beef tallow, palm kernel, coconut, naturally-raised lard, shea butter, castor, sunflower, babassu; essential oils of lavender, palma rosa, copaiba balsam; raw unfiltered eucalyptus honey, sodium lactate, kaolin and pink Australian clays, vitamin E.