7:30 a.m., Aug. 8)
Game Meats caters to backyard BBQers and gourmet grillers
By Fred Sherwin
Game Meats offers a wide variety of game meat
in several different cuts including steaks,
roasts, ground meat, sausages and chops. File
your summer barbeque from ordinary to extraordinary with
exotic burgers, sausages and steaks from Bearbrook Game
Meats in Cumberland.
Game Meats has a wide variety of exotic meat including
buffalo, elk, venison, emu and wild boar. Everything they
sell is processed on site and is totally chemical free.
The animals are all grass, hay and grain fed and raised
without the use of antibiotics, hormones or other chemicals.
Game Meat also sells a wide variety of eggs including
duck, goose, emu and peacock and pre-prepared entrees
and side dishes such as red cabbage, spetzel, and saurkraut..
of the items the Bearbrook Game Meat Store is most famous
for is their Wild-Game-To-Go takeout dinners thay you
simply have to warm up in the microwave or oven. For example
they have Buffalo Stew with Wild Currant Sauce, Venison
Stew with Juniper Berries & Red Currant Sauce, and
Emu Meat Balls with Videlia Onion Sauce.
meals are made on site and then flash frozen to ensure
they are fresh and flavourful when you serve them to your
family and friends.
you visit the Bearbrook Game Meat Store be sure to bring
the kids along and visit the many buffalo, elk, deer,
llamas and peacocks that roam around the property. Food
pellets can be purchased in the store.
Bearbrook Game Meat Store is located at 5396 Dunning Rd.,
just south of Russell Road.
get there from Orléans take Frank Kenny Road south
to Russell Road. Turn left at Russell Road and continue
until you get to Dunning. Once your at Dunning Road turn
right and the farm is on the righthand side.
store is open Tuesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For more information visit www.bearbrookfarm.com or call
can also purchase Bearbrook Game Meat at a number of farmer's
markets across Ottawa including the Cumberland Farmer's
Market held every Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the
R.J. Kennedy Community Centre in Cumberland Village.
story was made possible thanks to their generous support
of our local business
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