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Scott Creek Steak Sampler

Scott Creek Steak Sampler

Regular price $115.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $115.00 USD
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 Get a taste of our top steak options! The Scott Creek Sampler includes an assortment of cowboy cut steaks including the flank steak, skirt steak, rib steak, filet mignon, and sirloin. Impress your guests with a full steak board, or work through them yourself to develop your taste for your own favorite cut.

  • 2- 8oz Sirloin Steaks
  • 1- 12oz Skirt Steak
  • 1- 32oz Flank Steak
  • 2-  6oz Filet Steaks
  • 1- 12oz Ribeye Steak    

Montana-Born. Pasture-Raised. No added hormones. 

Around the campfire: 

One time Jim and fellow S Ranch cowboy Bill Lang were gathering cattle down at Horse Coulee, about five miles east of Scott Creek. It was a muddy, rainy spring day and Jim was riding a broncy ranch horse. Jim’s horse started bucking and slipped and fell in the mud, injuring a leg in the process. It was a long walk back to the pickup, so Bill hauled Jim up behind the saddle to give him a ride back to where they had parked that morning.

The S Ranch was shorthanded that spring, and Jim was badly in need of another guy to hire. That morning, a cowboy had rolled into headquarters looking for work, and Marcie sent him out to find Jim and inquire about employment.

The timing was perfect. Jim and Bill, two grown men wearing their slickers, were riding double when a Cadillac came bouncing out along the muddy, two-track road. The cowboy stepped out and asked whether one of the cowboys was Jim Scott and was he hiring.

The answer to both was yes, of course, but Jim had been struck by a gleeful opportunity. Glancing at Bill sitting ahead of him and scowling at the absurd situation, the whole thing was just too good to pass up.

Jim said, “Sure thing, and we could sure use you, but I have to be straight with you, pard—we’re a little short of horses lately so we’re having to work doubled-up.”

It was a good joke, maybe a little too good Jim realized, as he watched the potential cowboy get back in his Cadillac and drive away without another word.

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