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Grill like a champ: George Foreman comes out swinging with new butcher shop

World champ George Foreman comes out swinging with new butcher shop

Houston, George Foreman Butcher Shop, July 2015, George Foreman
Foreman’s latest venture, inspired by his ranch life in Houston suburb Marshall, Texas, delivers artisanal meats right to your doorstep. George Foreman Butcher Shop/Facebook
Houston, George Foreman Butcher Shop, July 2015, beef
Rib-eye is Foreman’s favorite cut of beef. George Foreman Butcher Shop/Facebook
Houston, George Foreman Butcher Shop, July 2015, burger
The butcher shop offers bacon cheddar burger patties. George Foreman Butcher Shop/Facebook
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The savvy businessman and marketing champ continues the grilling trend with George Foreman’s Butcher Shop. Courtesy photo
Houston, George Foreman Butcher Shop, July 2015, mashed potatoes
Dig into loaded mashed potatoes (with cheese, bacon and scallion). George Foreman Butcher Shop/Facebook
Houston, George Foreman Butcher Shop, July 2015, George Foreman
Houston, George Foreman Butcher Shop, July 2015, beef
Houston, George Foreman Butcher Shop, July 2015, burger
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Houston, George Foreman Butcher Shop, July 2015, mashed potatoes

World heavyweight champion boxer and Olympic gold medalist George Foreman is taking on a new challenge.

Building on the success of the George Foreman Grill, the savvy businessman and marketing champ now offers beef and other barbecue items made for grilling at the George Foreman’s Butcher Shop, which launched online today.

Foreman’s latest venture, inspired by his ranch life in the East Texas town of Marshall, delivers artisanal meats to your front door.

 Foreman’s latest venture, inspired by his ranch life in the East Texas town of Marshall, delivers artisanal meats to your front door. 

The online butcher shop offers such meaty options as filet mignon (hand-cut and expertly trimmed), New York strip sirloin (with rich marbling), barbeque smoked pulled pork and roasted Teriyaki chicken breasts. Prices range from $24.95 for 16 skinless beef franks to $299.95 for eight 20-oz. beef bone-in rib-eye steaks.

You can complete the meal by choosing classic side items, including mac 'n cheese, creamed spinach, loaded mashed potatoes and barbecue baked beans ($19.95 for a 32-oz. container). 

Foreman also offers a Variety Pack, which includes his favorites: peppercorn-crusted tri-tip, chicken apple sausages, bacon cheddar burger patties, rib-eye steaks, franks and pulled pork, with a side of mac 'n cheese, for $119.95.

And he shares cherished family recipes on the website, including a barbecue pizza (made with the butcher shop’s barbeque smoked pulled pork) and a watermelon and heirloom tomato salad. 

As for a brick-and-mortar butcher shop location in the Houston area, brand publicist George Foreman, IV tells CultureMap, "As of now, it's an idea. One step at a time, but that is a goal."

Nevertheless, now everyone can cook and grill like a champ.

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