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The porterhouse is the bigger, more premium brother of the "T-Bone" steak. It is much thicker and has much more of the tenderloin relative to the loin portion.
Porterhouse steaks are not often sold at Supermarkets because they are expensive and usually served at restaurants. We are selling restaurant grade steaks, these are the same steaks you will find in any high-end steakhouse.Also this is a 26 ounce monster steak.
OUR G1 CERTIFIED USDA PRIME PORTERHOUSE IS BEST IN CLASS
Our USDA Prime Porterhouse is the best Angus beef has to offer. This means you will always get beef with moderate marbling, grade "A' maturity and it is sourced specifically from a couple specific farms in the MidWest. Our Porterhouses are Dry Aged for about 15 days and then WET aged for 30+ days.
Grade:USDA Prime | BlackAngus Beef | Top 2% of USDA Prime
Average Serving Size: Male 12 Oz (1/2 steak) / Female 8 Oz (1/3 steak). We would NOT recommend this steak for more than 2 people.
The best thing about the porterhouse is that it is a forgiving steak. You can pretty much cook it any way you like. We recommend adding some butter in the center of the steak a few minutes before removing from the grill.
About our Wild Caught Australian Lobster Tail
From Western Australia, Brolos lobsters are caught wild and hand selected for quality and health. Brolos is now one of the largest rock lobster processors in the world with a delivering exceptional quality.
The Western Rock Lobster commercial fishing industry is a world leader in ecological sustainability. The Brolos fishery was the world’s first to be certified by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) for sustainable fishing practices.
Since it was established, Geraldton Fishermen’s Co‐operative has led the industry, working closely with fishermen, Western Australia’s Department of Fisheries, and other rock lobster processors and management bodies to ensure the careful, continued governance of the fishery. This governance includes operating Western Rock Lobster fishery under a quota system, minimum size requirements, and a ban on catching breeding females.
A decades-long program of monitoring the settlement of larval lobsters by fisheries scientists gives an approximate four year forecast of recruitment to the fishery and, along with other measures, provides a sensitive indicator of the health of the fishery.