Cut from the sirloin, this is one of those steaks that you dream about. Nicely portioned for an elegant presentation and packed with flavor, the top sirloin will be your new go-to steak.
Sometimes called a baseball steak, the top sirloin is one of the best-kept secrets of the butcher and the chef. Until today … now it belongs to all of us.
Cut in an almost perfectly round shape, this steak looks most like a baseball after cooking, when the meat plumps up. At 6 ounces and 1 ¼ inches thick, it makes a perfect portion. While it may be one of the most flavorful steaks, it is an underappreciated cut of beef.
Embrace the rich beefy flavor, and sear a few of these for your next dinner party. Or light the coals and put some grill marks on these tasty steaks.
Just the facts
- 100% natural beef from Angus cattle
- No growth hormones, steroids or antibiotics
- Raised on pasture
- 100% vegetarian diet of barley, corn and hay
- Equivalent to Choice-Plus graded beef
- Wet aged a minimum of 21 days
- Ships in an uncooked state
- Product of USA
- For best taste on fresh products, use or freeze within 3-5 days of receipt; for frozen products, use within 1-2 days after thawing
Just imagine if you could raise a steer from birth on the grass in your own back yard, and then feed it locally-grown alfalfa hay, barley and corn for a few months. You could guarantee it never got any animal by-products in the feed, nor any hormones or antibiotics. Well, that’s exactly what our ranchers do –but in a 10,000-acre backyard in the Northwest.
This group of conscientious cattle ranchers formed a cooperative to focus on humane care for the animals, and the highest quality finished product.
Their Black Angus cattle range over pasture land for most of their lives, and are then rounded up and fed a supplement of alfalfa hay, barley and corn for a few months in a spacious, dry, low-stress feeding facility, before processing (usually at about 2 years of age). The 100% vegetarian feed is supplemented with vitamin E and A which helps strengthen natural immunities.
To the ranchers, humane treatment is of paramount importance, so every care is taken, even in transporting the cattle short distances. They know exactly where each animal comes from, and can track them from birth to processing, all of which takes place in the great Northwest. Each animal comes with an affidavit that proves that the rancher followed the strict natural protocols of the cooperative.