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Surf & Turf | Porterhouse + Lobster

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This is what a Surf & Turf is supposed to look like. One massive 26oz USDA Prime Porterhouse (wet aged for 30 days) and 2x lobster tails.

A meal fit for Royalty. 

Our Porterhouses are sourced from the US Midwest. It 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 very good restaurants. 

Our Lobsters are sourced from the beautiful waters of the Caribbean (Brasil, Venezuela, Bahamas), frozen and brought to the US

This is what a Surf & Turf is supposed to look like. One massive 26oz USDA Prime Porterhouse (wet aged for 30 days) and 2x lobster tails.

A meal fit for Royalty. 

Our Porterhouses are sourced from the US Midwest. It 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 very good restaurants. 

Our Lobsters are sourced from the beautiful waters of the Caribbean (Brasil, Venezuela, Bahamas), frozen and brought to the US

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Reviewed by Marie R.
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Best meal ever!

My husband and I are celebrating 36 years of marriage and going on 42 years together. This was one of the best meals we’ve ever had! Grilled porter house steak and lobster talis galore with bok choy and baked potatoes. You guys supply the best quality products! Thank you! Oh and all was cooked in my Power XL air fryer,toaster oven, griller, etc!

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Surf and Turf Birthday Dinner

I was the sole chef for a birthday dinner for my wife, joined by two close friends of ours. I butterflied the four lobster tails with a shearing knife to cook them in the shell on a 600 degree fire on my Kamado Joe cooker, for about 7 or 8 minutes (I didn't time it, as I could tell when they were done). I didn't want to take any chance of messing up the dry aged porterhouse steaks, so I took them from the vacuum sealed package they were delivered in, seasoned with kosher salt and black pepper, and transferred them to my own vacuum sealed bags for several hours before cooking them. I cooked the steaks sous vide to a temperature of 122 degrees, and then transferred them to the Kamado Joe to sear and bring them up to medium rare -- timed to finish at the same time with the lobster tails. Here is a direct quote from the wife of the other couple: "Steak was better than any I can remember at a restaurant." The lobster tails were so enormous that the four of us could only eat two and a half tails. (We had lobster rolls the next couple of days). The total cost of the double order was worth every penny. P.S: there are supposed to be two pictures with this review: the steaks after I put them in my own vacuum sealed bags, and the four butterflied lobster tails before grilling.

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Porterhouse and Lobster

First, I must say we did not eat the steak and lobster at one specific meal. There's only two of us and we don't eat much, but we like to eat good. We cooked one of the lobster tails first. I know a lot has to do with how you yourself prepare the food, so "good Job" goes to the hubby here.

With that said, quality makes a big difference too. He did the whole pull-the-tail-meat-out-and-rest-it-on-top-of-the-shell thing and then broiled it with just a tiny amount of char for a little texture. Freaking fantastic.

A few days later when the Midwest snow slowed down a bit, it was time to grill the massive steak. My husband braved the cold weather and with a thermometer in one hand and a beer in the other, he presented me with a steak like he's never cooked before. The meat was tender and juicy and actually had some nice chunks of fat in some of the outer edges. I don't know about you, but I love that part when it's charred up. All I know is my local grocery store doesn't give me any of that deliciousness and I totally forgot I really missed that part about a good steak. Thank you Meat N' Bone.

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