Eat Fish… Be Healthy!

Omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D, and calcium are just some of the qualities that make fish one of the healthiest foods on the planet. The American Heart Association recommends eating fish at least two times per week as part of a healthy diet. It’s packed with protein, vitamins, and nutrients that help to lower blood … Read More

Jacksonville Welcomes Revere Meat Co.

The Jacksonville metropolitan area and beaches can now access protein distribution from Revere Meat Co.  The top quality food supplier opened in Jacksonville this April. “Jacksonville is a great location with a very diverse restaurant scene,” said Will Eipper, who has worked on the Revere sales team for six years. “North Florida is a great … Read More

What’s Your Grade? A Revere Report Card

There are eight beef grades based on two main criteria: the degree of marbling in a piece of beef along with its maturity. These grades reflect the beef’s eating quality. The USDA grading system breaks down the quality grades of beef by the following criteria:  U.S. Prime – Highest in quality and intramuscular fat, limited … Read More

Summer Dishes Done Right 

We take great pride in the proteins we source and love nothing more than to see how the talented chefs we serve prepare the meat and seafood we supply.  Eric Fulkerson is the executive chef at the Cliffs at Keowee Springs, a private community that features a golf course and lakeside beach club located in … Read More

What’s Your Cut? Your Guide to Beef

Have you ever been confused by a cut of beef? Well, you’re not alone… and we’re here to make it easier for you to understand!  The USDA divides a cow into eight regions – the eight main cuts of beef. These are referred to as the primal or main cuts. These are the eight primal … Read More

Chicken: To Wash or Not to Wash?

It’s an age-old debate that prompts a different answer depending on who you ask – should one wash raw chicken before cooking? Americans consume more chicken every year than any other meat. The verdict is in and according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention the answer is no. Raw chicken is often contaminated … Read More

Not Your Average Fishmonger: Meet Revere’s Chris Lazicki

For the last 27 years, Chris Lazicki has dedicated his life to the fish.  “I’m like the rain man of fish,” joked Lazicki. “When I’m not working in fish I go fishing – catch and release!” Lazicki grew up in New Jersey and found himself frequenting the well-known Fulton Fish Market in South Manhattan, where … Read More

Looking Sharp: The Importance of Good Knives 

A good knife goes a long way in the kitchen. Whether you’re just starting out on your culinary adventure or a pro at the craft, you’ll know right off the bat that a dull knife doesn’t do you much good. The purpose of a knife is to easily cut your ingredients so you can incorporate … Read More