FIRST IN CLASS

HOW TO COOK
NEW YORK STRIP

FIRST IN CLASS

HOW TO COOK
NEW YORK STRIP

FIRST IN CLASS

HOW TO COOK
NEW YORK STRIP

Pull from fridge & let sit 10 minutes.
Preheat to medium high.

Pat dry.
Salt & Oil both sides.

Cook according to chart .
Rest 7 min.

Pull from fridge & let sit 10 minutes.
Preheat to medium high.

Pat dry.
Salt and oil both sides.

Cook according to chart .
Rest 7 min.

Recognizable for the strip of fat running along the side, the Pre New York Strip is a bold and flavorful choice– with or without its famous strip.

Grass fed and finished | Pasture raised | No added hormones or antibiotics | Certified Paleo | Whole30 Approved | Keto Certified
PAIRINGS

WHERE'S THE BEEF?

New York strip is perfect for serving on its own. Pair with seasonal vegetables and a bold wine .
FEATURED NY STRIP RECIPE

THAI PEANUT STEAK WITH CAULIFLOWER RICE AND CARROT NOODLES

FEATURED NY STRIP RECIPE

CHILI RUBBED NEW YORK STRIP WITH ROASTED CORN SALSA

GET YOUR CHEF ON

GET YOUR CHEF ON

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EASY TO COOK, TASTES AMAZING, BIG ENOUGH FOR TWO

I eat steaks probably 3 or 4 days a week, and this was the best steak I've had in a while. I cook my meat in a pan on the stove top rather than grill, so normally they don't turn out too juicy. Somehow this one turned out perfect and I was excited I made a tender steak, for once. The only disappointment about my meal was in myself because I couldn't finish the whole thing. Morale of the story: it's easy to cook, tastes amazing, and big enough for two. Perfect for impressing company.
— ALEX, AMAZON FRESH

DID YOU KNOW?

We inspect each cut for fifteen points of quality including breed, class, marbling, tenderness, size, weight, no added hormones and no added antibiotics.