The Best Burger You’ve Ever Had

Great burgers start with great ingredients. We recommend our Akaushi/Angus 8oz burger patties—a perfect combination of robust beefy flavor from the Angus and tender marbling from the Japanese Akaushi. Looking for more ways to up your burger game?  Check out our burger tips below for guaranteed juicy patties every time. The post The Best Burger You’ve Ever Had appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.
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What is Wagyu Beef?

The name Wagyu refers to any Japanese breed of beef. Kobe is a type of Wagyu, as is Mishima. For the past decade Heritage Foods has sourced Akaushi, a spectacular breed of Wagyu, arguably the most intensely marbled beef breed in the world. Akaushi is the Japanese Red Cow, a national treasure in Japan. wagyu ribeye steaks, Akaushi/Angus The first Akaushi cattle arrived to the United States in 1992. Three bulls and eight cows left Japan on a custom equipped Boeing 747, headed for the Texas hear...
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Judith’s Akaushi Short Ribs

Judith is a longtime friend, supporter of Heritage Foods USA, and serious cook. She’s shared one of her favorite preparations for Akaushi Short Ribs –     1. The ribs have arrived and are beautiful. I just vacuum sealed them and put them in the immersion circulator…I’m going to do a 72 hour 136 degrees […] The post Judith’s Akaushi Short Ribs appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.
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It’s Brisket’s time!

Available just in time for St. Patrick’s Day. March is the season for brisket! Our brisket is fresh for 1 week only and comes from 100% uncrossed purebred Akaushi. Go behind the scenes at New York City’s famous Lupa Osteria Romana! Chef Cruz Goler explains how to trim and prepare brisket. FRESH Brisket, one 6lb […] The post It’s Brisket’s time! appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.
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How to cook a steak

By Janani Lee It doesn’t seem like there should be that much mystery involved in cooking a steak, but it is not as easy as you may think…or maybe it’s way easier and you are just over thinking it. I know that until recently most steaks I cooked were either way over done or stabbed […] The post How to cook a steak appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.
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