Low and Slow

At Omak Meats we stock a wide range of cuts suitable for slow cooking. Talk to our butchers for expert advice whether in the oven or over coals. We deliver throughout New Zealand to all mainland destinations — even those hard-to-reach rural addresses too!

Beef Brisket

Beef Brisket (Boneless)

Sizeable yet elegant, the beef brisket is a sweet and sensuous cut of meat. Beloved by barbecue enthusiasts for taking on smoky flavours with a tender texture when pulled or chopped, this former roughneck now finds its place in the best smokehouse restaurants worldwide. Famed in old Western lore as…

Beef Tripe (Honeycomb)

Beef Tripe (Honeycomb)

For millennia cultures around the world have become wise and appreciated this humble protein-rich food. Tripe is necessary for fastidious prodigies like Europeans and South Americans who know what's up when it comes to tripe being a reliable source of quality protein as well as packed with…

Beef Blade Steak

Beef Blade Steak

Blade steak is the perfect cut for making hearty winter stews and casseroles. It's not hard to see why this cut's tender goodness, versatility, flavour and value are so loved by many chefs. Add onions, garlic, herbs, vegetables and seasonings of your choice to make a warming winter meal. Blade…

Beef Short Ribs

Beef Short Ribs

You’ve never eaten a rib this exquisite! These ribs will melt in your mouth with goodness, made up of rib bone and generous layers of meat. Simmering the ribs before cooking helps ensure a tender, moist result. Rich and full-flavoured, short ribs also take on additional flavour incredibly well.…

Gravy Beef

Gravy Beef

With spoonfuls of extraordinary comfort, gravy beef is a favourite in pies, curries and hot pots. This treasure of bite-size pieces of beef is perfectly portioned for when you need to quickly throw together a batch of homemade goodness. Enjoy the texture of slow-cooked meat that adds a special…

Beef Cheeks

Beef Cheeks

An amazing cut for slow-cooking. They say good things take time and this flavoursome beef is certainly worth the wait. Beef cheeks respond well to moist, slow, extended cooking methods and produce a tender and flavoursome result. Cheek is perfect diced in curries, braises and stews, but also holds…