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Our Turkey Guide

Frequently asked questions about holiday turkey shopping and preparation

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Your Neighborhood Butcher Shop

Today we all want to know as much as possible about the meat we eat. At Adams Butcher Shops, we feel just the same way. It’s important to our customers that the meat be super fresh, as local as possible and that it’s pure meat, no fillers. So, that’s what we provide.

The majority of Adams meat doesn’t travel far to come to us and we select for the highest quality and excellent farming practices. Whether it is a brand name, or under the Adams Brand, it is good meat to use, freeze and trust to feed your family and friends. We feature Certified Hereford beef, grass fed beef, all natural Bell & Evans chickens, local all natural Campanelli’s chickens, Plainville turkeys and locally raised lamb. You’ll find the finest quality pork available and small game, too.

And so much more: We carry store ground hamburger (80, 85, and 90% lean) and meat loaf mix, store made sausages, a great range of Adams brand smoked sausages, bacon and pork chops, Boars Head hams and hot dogs, local game meats, Cornish hens and the list goes on.

When in Doubt, Ask an Adams Butcher

Adams butchers take pride in their work. Don’t be afraid to ring the bell or ask for something special. Be sure to pre-order your Thanksgiving Turkey, a prime rib roast for a special occasion, or lamb for Greek Easter. Every holiday, the centerpiece of the family feast comes from Adams, and they fly out of the store in amazing numbers.

local lamb

Adams lamb is raised in the Hudson Valley, grass fed and delicious on the barbecue, roasted or ground for Greek, Middle-Eastern, Indian and other dishes.

Bell & Evans Chicken

For four generations Bell & Evans have been providing excellent chicken from the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country. Bell & Evans Chickens are vegetarians, grown without antibiotics or pesticides, and humanely raised.

interactive butcher counter

A quick resource for your questions about cuts of beef and preparation methods: Click here.