This west coast favorite is making its way into the hearts of beef lovers across the country, delivering big flavor at a small price. Named for its triangular shape, this lean, tender cut can be served as a roast or cut into steaks. Let the rich Wagyu flavor speak for itself or spice things up with a tasty rub. Then grill or roast low and slow and thinly slice across the grain. Your dinner guests are guaranteed to leave happy!


Chuck roast is the secret to creating the perfectly tender chunks or shreds of beef found in all of your hearty favorites. We’re talking pot roast, stew, stroganoff, French dip, gyros, and more. Cook your roast low and slow. With Wagyu, it’s comfort food elevated! Your home will fill with irresistible aroma as the meat’s natural collagen transforms your roast into a moist, fork-tender feast. A Dutch oven or slow cooker always does the trick. You can also have some fun with smoking, rotisserie, or even sous vide.


Ah, brisket. It graces the grills of many a barbeque competition. It’s perfected with a pit and a mop at meat shacks across the south. It stars in many a Shabbat dinner. But many home cooks find this legendary cut more than a little intimidating. The secret is to cook it long and slow – we’re talking hours. Marinate it overnight, slather it with your favorite sauce, then choose your cooking weapon. A grill, smoker, oven , or slow cooker will give you the crispy-on-the-outside, moist-in-the-middle perfection you’re looking for. And because it’s Wagyu, you’ll get blue ribbon perfection every time.


Consider yourself warned: the amount of marbling in this cut will make you weak in the knees. And because it’s our signature American Wagyu marbling, you know you’re in for some outrageously good meat. All that marbling infuses the entire roast with formidable flavor, tenderness, and juiciness. Striploins are often cut into the steakhouse favorite, New York strip steak. New York strip is also one half of the legendary porterhouse and T-bone steaks. As you can see, it’s worth every penny. 

Short Ribs

The tender, fall-off-the-bone beef short ribs add rich, meaty flavor to your favorite dishes. Cook them low and slow and you’ll be rewarded with moist, melt-in-your-mouth morsels steeped in the deliciousness of American Wagyu marbling. Braise them in your oven, slow cooker, stovetop, pressure cooker, or Instant Pot. Short ribs are popular in international cuisine, including French and Korean fare, so start experimenting!



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If you are interested in adding our beef to your menu, please contact Dustin at (209) 535-5398 or for information on our tasting kit.

The tasting kit includes a variety of samples for you to cook up in your own kitchen. We hope it inspires some delicious new menu items!