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Friday, 13 January 2012

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If price is no object and you’re looking for the ultimate experience in fine steak, there’s “Wagyu beef,” also known as “Kobe beef.” What sets this Japanese-raised beef apart from the ordinary is marbling, those slender white streaks of fat that run through the lean beef. Those streaks melt at a lower temperature than the rest of the cut, giving Kobe beef its melt-in-your-mouth flavor. This kind of flavor and texture does not come cheap, but when only the best will do, 1-800-kobebeef.com has a selection guaranteed to delight the senses—while putting a dent in the pocketbook. For starters, you can get six 14 oz. New York steaks that usually sell for $449.99, but are currently on special for $249.99. If your guests are big eaters, try the six 24 oz. Porterhouse steaks for $499.99, $299.99 if ordered online. Moving up the scale in both decadence and expense, there’s Kobe beef Chateaubriand, boneless and oven ready, starting at $3,399.99 ($2,399.99 online) for 32 oz. going up to $8,999.99 ($7,999.00) for 96 oz. Hey, you only live once.

 

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If you’re going to be spending that kind of cash on steaks, you’d better know how to cook them properly, or have a friend who does. You don’t want to waste hundreds of dollars on prime steaks only to have them come out burned or dry and flavorless. If you’re going to be cooking steaks this pricey, you really should have experience and know how long it takes to get your steaks rare, medium or well of the grill or in the broiler. Of course, if you’re spending this much cash on your party, you can always hire a chef for the evening.






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