The New York Strip Steak is lightly marbled, tender and flavorful, and perfect for grilling. Cut from the short loin, this part of the muscle does very little work so it's tender and lean, though not as tender as the Filet Mignon or Beef Tenderloin. The New York Strip, like the Ribeye Steak, is sometimes referred to as a Delmonico Steak, made famous in New York. When the New York Strip is still attached to the bone it's referred to as a T-Bone Steak. With the bone and a small portion of tenderloin still attached it's known as the Porterhouse Steak.
Each package contains 1 steak, cut at approximately 1 inch thick, approximately .50 - 1.25 lbs per steak.
The advertised price is an estimate and based on exactly .85 lbs. The exact price will vary based on the actual weight of your package.
All of our beef here at John Henry's is grass fed and finished, locally raised, no hormones and no antibiotics. Our fields and feed are never exposed to harsh chemicals or pesticides.
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