WAGYU GRILL SAMPLER — Signature Wagyu Single Bone Ribeye Roast, Tri-Tip Roast, Wagyu Hot Dogs and Burgers — plus add on Heritage St. Louis ribs, 7.5-8.5lb total
Wagyu Grill Sampler 7.5-8.5lb total of Wagyu beef cuts perfect for the grill — plus optional add on a 2-2.5lb St. Louis rib slab to your package from the drop down menu above!
One 2.5-3lb Single Bone Ribeye Roast, Akaushi/Angus Wagyu One 2-2.5lb Tri-Tip Roast, Pure Akaushi Wagyu Two 8 oz Burger patties, Wagyu Eight 2-3 oz Beef Hot Dogs, Wagyu
Bone-in Ribeye Steak, Signature Wagyu This is a single chop of our most popular centerpiece, the Standing Ribeye Roast. Florence Fabricant of the The New York Times writes,"... a gorgeous block of rib-eye with only a single, massive bone from Heritage Foods can serve four, or two with leftovers. The lush, tender beef raised in Texas is a cross between Akaushi, a Japanese Wagyu breed, and American Angus."
Tri-Tip Roast, Pure Akaushi Wagyu The tri-tip is one of your butcher’s best kept secrets: cut from the bottom of the sirloin but marbled like the most delicate hanger steak, this cut boasts a supreme, toothsome texture.
Wagyu Hamburgers We first tasted this hamburger when visiting Paradise Locker Meats in Kansas City. The team told us that the creation they were most proud of was their delicious signature Wagyu burger made from a secret blend of the best cuts of the steer. Paradise sources Wagyu from a local farm that uses no growth hormones or sub-therapeutic antibiotics. After the first bite we were convinced, this was our favorite hamburger and the only one we would ever offer!
Wagyu Beef Hot Dogs These delicious beef ballpark classics are super juicy and flavorful — the highest quality hotdog on the market today! Our beef hot dogs come 8 to a pack and are fully cooked. They are made with Wagyu beef, the very same beef from our famous hamburgers! Fully cooked and ready-to-grill, these 2-3 oz dogs are juicy, tender, and flavorful with a bold beefy flavor.
Optional Add-On: St. Louis Rib, Berkshire or Red Wattle The St. Louis rib is the same as a spare rib, but with the deckle bone trimmed off making this cut a little more delicate while still yielding 11-12 meaty ribs per rack. Cooked low and slow on the grill, in a smoker, or in the oven, heritage breeds have delicious fat and marbling that becomes even more accentuated during the slow cooking process. As with all of our pork, this popular cut comes from healthy, pasture raised pigs and only need a little bit of olive oil, salt, and pepper to bring out their extraordinary flavor... but of course we understand if you want to get out a dry rub or the barbecue sauce!