how much is roast beef

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For over 175 years, six generations of the Lobel family have offered world-class butchery and premium-quality meats. Our USDA Prime-grade and dry-aged beef roasts are now available for delivery countrywide.

Perfect for slow cooking and marinating, this boneless portion comes from the rump and hind legs. Roast, bake, braise, or pot roast Share

Please Note: Orders will be fulfilled as close as possible to the requested volume, though, due to the nature of the processing industry, it is not possible to get it exact. Sometimes the weight, and thus the total cost, will be slightly over and sometimes slightly under. If a partial refund or additional payment is needed, it will be handled at time of pickup.

$6.43 In stockBeef Bottom Round Roast (Price Per Pound). Sale price Regular price $6.43.

FAQ

How much is roast beef a pound?

ITEM
PRICE
UNIT
BONELESS ROASTS
$7.69
lb.
BONES – MARROW
$3.79
lb.
BONES -KNUCKLE
$0.99
lb.
BONES-WHOLE
$2.39

How many people does 1 pound of roast beef serve?

If beef roast is the main dish, the general rule of thumb is to get at least a half-pound of beef for every person (8 ounces). If there’s a possibility of additional unexpected guests or if you’d like leftovers, you can round up and buy about 3/4 pound per person (12 ounces) or even a pound per person (16 ounces).

How much roast beef for 4 adults?

Calculate roughly 400g per person. If cooking beef off the bone, 1kg will serve four and 1.5kg will serve about six, so 200-300g per person. Calculate your cooking time for medium-rare with 20 minutes per 500g or for medium use 25 minutes per 500g.

Why is beef roast so expensive?

“Right now, cattle numbers are the lowest that they have been in over 10 years, but beef demand has continued to remain high, so the old story of supply and demand dictates higher prices for the available product on the market.”

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