Beef Steak Drama, Bone In The Bone In Tomahawk
This is the Snake River Tomahawk, priced at $119 for 2.5 lbs of great meat eating.
Have you ever seen someone with a steak in front of them that looked like came of Flintstones Cartoon, a big cut of beef attached to the bone, a long white bone.
That is the Tomahawk, and it’s become one of the most popular cuts at steakhouses today.
Snake River Farms began offering them early in Y 2015.
The Idaho-based company raises its cows along the Snake River, and fed a diet of hay, forages, and grains from close by,
The company converts its cattle’s waste to fertilizer for local farmers, and transforming beef tallow into fuel at its bio-diesel plant.
The Snake River Ranch beef is favored by chefs around the world for its superior meat from proprietary American Wagyu, that means rich marbling and super tender.
Snake River hand-cuts each Tomahawk, so the richly marbled Rib Eye includes the prized Rib Eye Cap too.
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