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About Omaha Steaks

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.

Past Sales Featuring Omaha Steaks & more

Sale Ended October 03, 2013

Tex-Mex Table

Here, we’ve got all the cooking and serving essentials you need for the perfect Tex-Mex feast: from utensils to skillets to bowls. And there’s plenty of glassware, too — shotglasses, beer mugs, and more — because you’ll need a little something to wash it all down with.

Sale Ended August 05, 2012

Last Chance of the Season: Barbecue Essentials

If you've got a great grill, you're more than halfway toward a successful summer barbecue, and we’ve got grills here for every space: from backyard to patio to your local public park. We're also offering durable accessories like stainless BBQ tools, collapsible coolers, and ingenious wine-cooling clips. And we’ve even got you covered food-wise, with everything from mahi-mahi filets to crazy-good bacon-studded hot dogs.

Sale Ended May 16, 2010

Outdoor Entertaining

Take it outside with these BBQ essentials. Start with a gas grill from Vinotemp, and then pick up some spatulas and carving sets from Eva Solo. Finish with sirloins and salmon filets from Omaha Steaks, and get ready to be known as the host with the most. P.S. There also are wine coolers and mini beer-keg dispensers if you get thirsty, and glasses and silverware for the table.

Sale Ended July 01, 2012

Pacific Merchants: Acacia Serveware

This leading kitchen goods importer made its name by carrying such storied brands as Acaciaware, which crafts serving dishes from sustainably harvested Hawaiian wood. Stock up on these caramel-hued beauties, including bowls, plates, and serving trays. Also check out the place mats, which look like natural woven fabric but are made from easy-clean, UV-resistant polypropylene.