Send Us Your Recipes and Pics!

February 26, 2015

Here at The Organic Butcher of McLean we recognize that YOU, our customers, are what makes us so special. We love hearing from you and seeing your smiling faces when you come in. We are a community store and thrive on these interactions. Because of this, we thought it would be fun to see what you cook with the products you buy from us. 

We will be featuring customer submitted recipes on our blog and social media on a regular basis. If you would like to be featured, send us an email with your recipe, any pertinent notes and photos of the final dish. As always, more is better so if you have photos of the cooking process or one of yourself, please include them. Be sure to specify which products were purchased at The Organic Butcher. Send all submissions to mclean@theorganicbutcher.com.

If your recipe is chosen, you'll receive 15% off your next purchase!

  

  

Also, don't forget to tag us (@theorganicbutcherofmclean) on your Instagram photos.

We can't wait to see what you guys are cooking!




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