We graze our Wagyu cross steers year-round on pasture filled with nutrient-dense and diverse grass varieties. They rotate each morning to fresh fields, enjoying the nourishing elements of the outdoors rain or shine.
Careful preparation makes this nutrient-dense beef liver a comfort-food favorite. After soaking, sear on each side for a restaurant-quality experience. Caramelized onions enhance the liver's sweet flavor.
Flat iron steak is a beautifully marbled cut that is sourced rests on top of the shoulder blade. It is rich in flavor and before grilling. This is the second most tender muscle on the animal. To bring out this cut’s great flavor, pan cook or grill on high heat for a short cooking time, with a simple preparation of salt and pepper. Slice thin before serving for an elegant presentation.
Cut from the lower abdominal, this thick-grained, hearty cut easily absorbs your favorite marinade. Sauté with vibrant bell peppers for zesty fajitas, or grill and top with a traditional chimichurri salsa.
Roast our Canoe Cut bones with a little salt and the marrow can used as a flavorful alternative to butter. For a delicious side dish to accompany your eggs, consider serving the rendered marrow as a luscious buttery spread on toast.
Introduce this long-lost lover of the culinary world to your slow cooker. Beef cheeks are flavorful and gelatinous, plumping with broth as they cook. Unbeatable when paired with pureed root vegetables or polenta.
Hanger Steak, also known as hanging tender, is unique cut is often referred to as a “butcher’s steak” as butchers often took home this prized cut for themselves. Hanger steak is a balanced mix of meat and muscle that has a final product that is incredibly juicy and tender. With a loose grain structure and a robust flavor due to its proximity to the organs, this steak will provide the foundation for a delicious, memorable dining experience.
Also known as the rump cap, the picanha flaunts a beautiful layer of fat. Prepare in the traditional Brazilian way by seasoning with a finishing salt of your choice and grilling on a spit to medium-rare, or try it reverse-seared.
Approximately 1.5-2.5 lbs.
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