Do You Know the Alternate Names for these Steaks?

Love a good steak? We know the feeling.  And in order to meet your steak expectations, we just added new cuts to our website. Until recently, these were only offered to our chef clients, so it’s a good day for the home cook.

Did we mention that these are fresh steaks – not frozen? That is pretty unusual in the world wide web of steaks.

Grass-Fed Filet Mignon AKA The Barrel Cut

Eight ounces of tender beef, barrel cut from the meatiest part of the tenderloin.  That’s why we only get 3 filets from every tenderloin.

Two inches thick and ready for a hot pan. But don’t cook it too long; this steak is better on the rare side. Available fresh, individually sealed, in packs of 10. Your grass-fed steak dreams come true.

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Filet Mignon

New York Strip Steak AKA Kansas City Steak

Enter the controversy: NYC vs. Kansas City. There is only one winner, and it’s you, with 16 ounces of tender and marbled steak. Available fresh, in packs of 10, and perfect for the busy summer grilling season.

Pasture-Raised Beef NY Strip Steak, Bone-In
NY Strip Steak, Bone-In

Top Sirloin Steak AKA Baseball Steak

Small in stature, mighty in flavor. The Top Sirloin Steak is sometimes called a baseball steak because of its size, shape, and propensity to puff up when cooked.

A meaty six ounces each, available fresh, in packs of 10. This grill game is going to extra innings.

Top sirloin steak
Top Sirloin Steak

We have also added 10-packs of our boneless New York Strip Steak. Sold fresh, these steaks are 12 ounces each and perfect for your backyard parties.

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Boneless NY Strip Steak

And our popular Ribeye Steak – AKA Beauty Steak – is also now available fresh, 20-22 ounces in size and in a 10-pack …  AKA the party pack.

Bone-in Ribeye Steak
Bone-in Ribeye Steak

What does it all mean for you? Looks like it’s going to be a fantastically tasty summer, and you are going to rule the grill.

Check our recipes at dartagnan.com for fresh ideas for cooking steaks and much more.

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