Founded in 1917, Omaha Steaks was started by two immigrants who came to the United States in 1898. After passing though Ellis Island, the father and son duo boarded a train and hopped off when the landscape started looking like their Latvian homeland; they got off in Omaha, Nebraska. They began working in the only business they knew—the meat business—and distributed their hand-cut meats to restaurants and grocers.
Here’s what you get:
Four 6 oz top sirloin steaks
Four 4 oz boneless pork chops
Four 6 oz marinated salmon fillets
Four 5.75 oz stuffed baked potatoes
Two 12 oz packages of roasted garlic mashed potatoes
Two 8 oz packages of potato wedges
Two 7 oz packages of mixed roasted vegetables
Two 8 oz packages of sweet corn
Two 8 oz packages of glazed carrots
One seasoning packet
Keep frozen until ready to eat
Thaw steaks in the refrigerator
Heat side dishes according to package instructions
Once your order is processed, your order will be ground shipped to you packed with dry ice in a reusable, insulated cooler.
Brand: Omaha Steaks
Origin: United States
Meat through the mail actually started out as meat on the rails. Although J.J. Simon and his son, B.A., founded Omaha Steaks in 1917, the pair made the company’s reputation by supplying the Union Pacific Railroad with steaks and ribs for its dining cars. Since then, what started out as a small business in Omaha, Nebraska, has since become a globally renowned supplier of gourmet meats, seafood, desserts and gift baskets.