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  • wrgilb
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    I've ordered from them 5 times now. I've had to get credit for something not right on every order. Something missing, size no where close to what was advertised etc. They have great customer service and are quick to credit what was wrong. But it seems they are having some growing pains.


    Here's a FB page of some of the problems others are having. https://www.facebook.com/groups/wild...notif_id=16332 6725 6720874&ref=notif&notif_t=group_co mment_re ply

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  • 58limited
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    OK, I placed my Wild Fork order. When I asked the question above I was trying to pay via PayPal. I decided to use my credit card because I was afraid that PayPal would actually go ahead and debit my bank account for the double price (they might not but I didn't want to mess with it). I know they would refund the difference once the order was finished but its a hassle to have to manually transfer the money back to my account.

    I was very impressed with the prices, probably the best I've found online so far: a 1.5 lb rack of lamb for $18.00? Hell yes I bought one. Two actually. The 1/2 lb I bought last year locally cost more than that at almost $25.00 (HEB here only carries it during the holidays). Berkshire pork prices are fair too: got some chops and ribs coming. They also carry some game and veal - no one here carries veal. I don't use it much but I love veal marsala so I ordered a pack too. I refrained from ordering the rack of venison simply because I have over 50 lbs of vacuum sealed venison from last year that still needs to be ground or cubed for stew meat - already have the roasts and backstraps processed.
    Last edited by 58limited; October 10, 2021, 07:25 AM.

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  • rwalters
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    Yep, that’s how they do it. Scared me the first time but I figured worse case I’d learn the hard way… lol. The final price was very close to what I originally saw.

  • rwalters
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    Of course! Here ya go

    Mojo marinade:

    4 garlic cloves, minced
    1 jalapeno, minced
    1 large handful fresh cilantro leaves, finely chopped
    1/2 tsp Kosher salt
    1/2 tsp freshly ground black pepper
    1/2 tsp cumin
    2 limes, juiced
    1 orange, juiced
    2 tablespoons white vinegar
    1/2 cup olive oil

    Mix everything and put it in a large ziploc or container. Let meat marinate for at least 8-24 hours.

  • Jfrosty27
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    Yes that’s what happens when I order too. However, that’s just a place holder for lack of a better term. When they pull your order you are charged only the per pound rate for the actual weight of each item.

  • jpietrantone
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    No, that hasn't been my experience.

  • 58limited
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    Ok I have a question: I looked at Wild Fork's website and yes the prices are good. They say that when an order is placed the your card might be charged slightly more due to weight differences between the individual cuts of meat. I get that. I had $160 in my cart and when I went to check out the charge was going to be $315. That is not a slightly more, that is double the price. Is this normal?

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  • Hulagn1971
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    I order from Wild Fork quite often as well. Excellent selection and quality.

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  • ofelles
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    ditto

  • rickgregory
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    "... Soaked for 24 hours in a homemade Mojo marinade..."

    Ahem.. .recipe?

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  • jpietrantone
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    I order from them quite often. Been very pleased so far.

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  • rwalters
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    Loving Wild Fork Foods!

    Placed my first order a few weeks ago and have been slowly working my way through the various cuts of meats we ordered. Tonight’s dinner was yummers!

    Started with a Prime 4.5 lb flap steak from Wild Fork foods. Soaked for 24 hours in a homemade Mojo marinade. Roasted over a semi-direct flame at 325° for about an hour… flipping once… til it was probing 142-145°. Sliced thin and used the meat to make a tangy Philly Cheesesteak bake. Turned out soooooooo darn tasty!

    At this point, I highly recommend Wild Fork for high quality, reasonable pricing and quick to your door delivery.

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