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Ribeye Steak | Wagyu-Angus Cross

Rated 4.8 out of 5
13 Reviews
$36.99 11 - 13 Oz

Regular price $36.99

We would wager to say that the Ribeye is the most popular steak in America. Its most commonly served at restaurants.

This is a 12Oz Wagyu-Angus cross breed steak. Full of flavor and EXTREMELY tender. This product has been aged for 14+ Days to improve tenderness and flavor.

Recommended Doneness: Medium-Rate, Medium, Medium-Well

Best Cooked: Grilled, pan-seared, broiled with kosher salt and cracked black pepper. 

Suggested Reads on cooking Bone-In Ribeye:

How to Cook a Ribeye Steak using the 4-3-2 technique (Via The Spruce)

Butter-Basted, Pan Seared Rib-Eye Steak (Via The Spruce)

 

The Ribeye is cut from the rib of the animal, and has a circular shaped chunk of meat encased in a thin layer of gristle just off the bone.  

Ribeye presents excellent marbling, loaded with flavor and remains tender during most cooking processes.

Source: Australia

 

 

We would wager to say that the Ribeye is the most popular steak in America. Its most commonly served at restaurants.

This is a 12Oz Wagyu-Angus cross breed steak. Full of flavor and EXTREMELY tender. This product has been aged for 14+ Days to improve tenderness and flavor.

Recommended Doneness: Medium-Rate, Medium, Medium-Well

Best Cooked: Grilled, pan-seared, broiled with kosher salt and cracked black pepper. 

Suggested Reads on cooking Bone-In Ribeye:

How to Cook a Ribeye Steak using the 4-3-2 technique (Via The Spruce)

Butter-Basted, Pan Seared Rib-Eye Steak (Via The Spruce)

 

The Ribeye is cut from the rib of the animal, and has a circular shaped chunk of meat encased in a thin layer of gristle just off the bone.  

Ribeye presents excellent marbling, loaded with flavor and remains tender during most cooking processes.

Source: Australia

 

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Reviewed by Roberto Y.
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
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Amazing

I just can’t get enough of this

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Reviewed by Laura C.
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Juicy and tender ribeye.

This ribeye was top of the line. When cooking my husband was amazed and said he saw very little shrinkish. The steak was tender and flavorful will definitely buy again.

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Not the same amazing steak that it used to be.

I bought this steak a while back. It was from Uruguay and was truly delicious. The price used to be $28.99. Since then, they not only changed the supplier, but it's no longer from Uruguay and they increased the price for what is (to me) an inferior piece with less flavor and tenderness. It's still a decent cut of meat, but it seems like they pulled a fast one and I'm not sure if people realized it. Surprisingly, despite this change, they left the same identical photos intact. Bring back the old cut and I'll adjust my review. It was far juicer, more flavorful, more tender, and cheaper too.

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Hey Dom,

I am not sure how you could compare both steaks as we switched providers over a year ago. That said... we did not pull a "fast one". The Uruguayan meats came from the Solis farms and while they could be VERY good, the consistency in quality, marbling and flavor was not there. Some of them would have the right marbling, some would look like USDA choice. That is a result of the grading standards (or lack) in Uruguay.

This Australian wagyu comes from a higher end program, the marbling standards are defined by the government who has excellent grading system (better than the US, actually), it is much more consistent in terms of quality and it is actually BETTER. That is why it is slightly more expensive.

Beef is a commodity, you pay for what you get.