Australian Wagyu BM 8-9 Boneless Ribeye
BEHIND THE PRODUCT: When comparing Australian Wagyu with Japanese Wagyu, Australian Wagyu is favored by many for its deep beefy flavor. Because of a feeding cycle that is 150 days longer than Australian Wagyu, the Japanese Wagyu tends to be larger, and more marbled than Australian Wagyu. But, when it comes to rich and juicy flavor that is more affordable, the Australian Wagyu BM 8-9 ribeye certainly will not disappoint. The ribeye cut comes from the rib section of the cow and can be served boneless or with one rib attached.
SERVING SUGGESTIONS: For medium rare, salt and pepper to taste then grill or pan sear in a cast iron skillet until the internal temperature of the Australian Ribeye is 125ºF to 130ºF.
QUANTITY: Available as 6 oz. steak and 6 lb. whole loin
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: Australia