Our pasture-raised Porterhouse about as good as steak gets. Cut from the wider back end of the short loin, the t-shaped bone separates a large piece of tenderloin and generous strip steak. As beautiful to serve as it is tasty to eat, this steak feeds a crowd, but we won’t judge if you want it all to yourself.
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A Porterhouse is a single cut that incorporates a piece of the Short Loin primal (strip steak) and a piece of the front section of the tenderloin, connected by a t-shaped lumbar bone. The strip section is bold tasting and leaner while the tenderloin is more tender. Porterhouses are distinguished from the similar-looking T-Bone Steak by having a tenderloin section that is greater than 1.25” at its widest.
In the American heartland, our Black Angus cattle are pastured in large open fields and fed a 100% vegetarian diet. They’re grain-finished on high-moisture corn for 120 days, creating fantastic marbling and tender, flavorful beef. Like all of our products, it’s antibiotic, steroid, and hormone-free. Our cattle are certified by the USDA as raised and fed through operations that provide a low-stress environment, with facilities designed by world-renowned animal care experts, and prioritize delivering access to fresh, clean water, adequate shade and shelter.