meatAs a service to the Santa Fe Jewish Community, Kol BeRamah stocks frozen glatt kosher meat and refrigerated and frozen kosher cheese (chalav yisroel available). We have a variety of cuts, all under strict kosher supervision, at the Beit Midrash. Available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

We also help members of the northern New Mexico community with Passover items, including shemura matza. Look for announcements of the upcoming year’s Passover order deadline.

Call 216-6136 for details or to arrange a purchase.

(Markup reflects our costs for transporting, storing, and paying Gross Receipts tax. Additional donations to support our freezer program are graciously accepted — but please notate the actual meat total on the memo line of your check, so we don’t pay taxes on a donation!)

Kosher Meat List

Lamb Chops, Shoulder Cut – as marked, plus 10%
Ground Lamb – as marked, plus 10%
Lamb Stew Meat – as marked, plus 10%
Lamb Shanks – as marked, plus 10%
Lamb Riblets – as marked, plus 10%

Beef Flanken – $11.50/lb
Ribeye Steak, Boneless – $14.65/lb
Prime Roast – $14/lb
Ground Beef – $6/lb
Beef Mini Ribs – as marked, plus 10%
Whole Beef Brisket – $12.70/lb
Beef Liver, Chopped – $7/pkg
“Facon” (Beef Bacon) – $7/pkg

Ground Turkey, Dark Meat – $6.75
Empire Turkey Breast (Smoked or Roasted) Deli Meat – $6
Empire Turkey Salami – $4.50

Chicken Liver, Chopped – $8
Chicken Liver, Sauteed – $8

Beef Franks – $11
Assorted Sausage from Wasserman & Lemberger in Baltimore – $11
Salami & Liverwurst – $11


Rich’s Whip – $1.50
Dyna-Sea Imitation Crab Flakes and Sticks – $9/pkg

Kosher Cheese List

Grated Mozzarella, 2lb – $12
Assorted Sliced Cheeses, 2lb – $12
Sliced Swiss – $5.50
Dill Havarti, Havarti, String Cheese – $4.5
Herb Yogurt Cheese, Grated Cheddar or Mozzarella (8oz), Migdal Sliced Munster and Mozzarella – $4

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