News from Pure Bred Lamb
  • Fox 5 News D.C. – 10.17.2014 – Chef Duane Keller of Walker’s Grille demonstrates his braising technique using Elysian Fields’ Pure Bred Lamb.
  • Pittsburgh Magazine   – 7.25.2014 – Beautiful photographs of Elysian Fields Farm by Photographer Renee Rosensteel along with article on local sustainable farm products.
  • Ny.eater.com 7.12.2013 – Paul Liebrandt opens The Elm where Elysian Fields Farm lamb makes the menu.
  • Thebraiser.com5.13.2013 – “Keller, Achatz, Benno and The French Laundry Team stage a surprise Play At CIA”.
    Playing his daily role as purveyor is Farmer, Keith Martin.
  • CIA Press Release – 5.9.2013 – “The Culinary Institute of America to Host Thomas Keller Day : Students to Interact with Iconic Chef, Protégés, and Purveyors”, Farmer/Owner of Elysian Fields Farm, Keith Martin plays a “role” in the educational play.
  • PGPlate.com – 5.22.2013 – “Spring Lamb Dinner is tour de force”,
    Elysian Fields Farm lamb is chef’s choice for featured ingredient.
  • Pressdemocrat.com – 4.26.2013 – “Spring Feast”, Elysian Fields Farm in Waynesburg, Pennsylvania raises lamb using natural, holistic methods. “People love it because it is very mild.”
  • CBS Early Show (Video Clip) – 9.27.2010 – “Slow Cooked Lamb Dish”, Thomas Keller and Daniel Boulud prep easy one pot meal.
  • “Harvest to Heat” -9.02.2010 -One of the fall’s most beautiful cookbooks, Harvest to Heat: Cooking with America’s Best Chefs, Farmers, and Artisans<strong, celebrates not only the farmers’ increasingly high profiles but their symbiotic relationships with the chefs.
  • Restaurant-hospitality.com – 4.1.2007- “The Restaurant Connection”, Widely known author and blogger (Michael Ruhlman) describes the symbiotic relationship between successful chefs and their purveyors.
  • The New York Times (Dining & Wine) – 3.12.2008 – “Mollycoddling Lamb for Tender Eating”.
  • Post-Gazette.com – 8.27.2000 – “When his job as a stockbroker got him down, Keith Martin picked himself up and headed for the farm”, The story of how Elysian Fields Farm and philosophy came to be.

Why Holistic?

Raising our lamb holistically allows you, the consumer, to be connected with the farmer and united in this philosophy of care and respect for the animals they raise. By joining with farmers who share these beliefs, we hope to bring this quality lamb to as many consumers as possible. And those consumers who buy Pure Bred likewise share in and encourage these convictions about how livestock is raised in America. Find out more here

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Because of the stewardship and care provided each animal through the “Safe Alternative® method” online orders take a full week process, but are shipped when prepared overnight to your door.

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