2-4 lb. Wagyu Beef Brisket

2-4 lb. Wagyu Beef Brisket

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How do you pronounce Wagyu? 和牛? However pronounced, several things are guaranteed: 1. Perfect Marbling, 2. Naturally Enhanced Flavor, 3. Better Value and 4. Satisfaction. Arguably it's the finest beef in the world, but why are you arguing anyway? Shouldn't you just order it and try for yourself?

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Wagyu may have a funny name, but there’s nothing funny about this cut of meat. Wagyu is known for its superiority over other meats. In fact, when you order a 2 or 4 lbs. cut from Harter House, you’re guaranteed four things:

1. Perfect marbling
2. Naturally enhanced flavor
3. Amazing value
4. Satisfaction guaranteed!

Wagyu you may have already heard of, since it’s referred to by other names including Kobe and Mishima. The Wagyu sold here at Harter House is a classic breed of Japanese Wagyu and Angus Cattle – two of the most premier breeds in the world. We ensure the Wagyu we sell comes from corn, barley and alfalfa-fed cows for superior flavor and marbling. Our Wagyu beef brisket is ideal for the barbecue. While you could certainly use it for other applications, this meat was made to grill. The way it gently pulls apart and becomes a perfect tender, juicy strand of beef cannot be beat. Our briskets are boneless, which means you’re serving 2 to 4 lbs. of straight Wagyu beef. As the finest beef in the world, you can’t go wrong with an order of Wagyu beef brisket for your next event or even just a Saturday night grilling session.

Special: $12.49 Per Pound

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Tips From Your Butcher Oven-roasting Kobe Beef Brisket is an excellent way to cook this extremely marbled and tender meat. I keep the prep for my Kobe Brisket pretty simple. I lightly season it with salt and pepper, and I’m done. You won’t need anything more than that. This is a slow and low cooked meat; you’ll want to heat your oven to 200-250℉ and bake the covered brisket for 1 hour per pound. During the last hour of cooking, uncover and let the meat brown. Don’t rush the cooking of your Kobe Brisket, otherwise you might ruin the distinct flavor and tenderness this cut of beef provides.”
Cutting Tips Harter House uses the point cut which has more flavor due to a bit of extra fat called the deckel.
Nutritional Facts Calories 1252 Total Fat 100g Saturated Fat 40g Cholesterol 366mg Sodium 267mg Carbohydrates 0 Protein 81g
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