Wagyu Beef Ribeye Steak, Bone-In image number 0
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Wagyu Beef Ribeye Steak, Bone-In

Price $79.99
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The popular ribeye steak is cut from the center of the rib primal and is known for its rich flavor and generous marbling. And fittingly, our bone-in Wagyu ribeye is an exceptionally juicy and tender steak, with the perfect amount of creamy fat. For accomplished and beginner chefs pan-searing and grilling a ribeye over high heat is easy and rewarding – and the presentation on the plate is impressive.
  • Humanely raised
  • From authentic Wagyu stock
  • No antibiotics or hormones - ever
  • No animal by-products in feed
  • Graded by third party auditor using Japanese BMS scoring system
  • Ships in an uncooked state; frozen items may thaw in transit
  • 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
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Cooking Methods: Pan-Sear, Pan-Roast, Grill, Sous Vide, Reverse Sear, Broil

Cooking Tips: Our wagyu ribeye steaks have so much flavor, they don’t need much more than coarse salt, freshly cracked pepper, and, if you like, a little compound butter - either basted while cooking or on top of the steak while resting. It’s best to cook these steaks hot and fast so the marbling softens but doesn’t render out. A finished temperature of medium-rare is preferred. Always rest steaks before serving.

At D'Artagnan, we work with ranchers who raise Wagyu cattle in the Midwest, combining Western ranching know-how with traditional Japanese techniques. The emphasis of the program is humane treatment and a low-stress environment for the cattle throughout their lives.

Our cattle begin on pasture and are then introduced to a gradual feeding system in the Japanese style, with seven different feed variations, which include grain, rice plant, and corn, free-choice minerals and fresh water.

And, like their Japanese cousins, the strictly-followed diet rotation is the secret to the development of the characteristic marbling, delicate texture and superb flavor. Raised until the age of 30 months, the cattle are fully monitored at every stage of their growth.