Australian Wagyu Beef from Jack's Creek

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Jack's Creek Wagyu Beef (Australian) MBS 6 - 7

Jack's Creek Wagyu Beef (Australian) MBS 6 - 7

After much research, we have decided to offer you Australian Wagyu from Jack's Creek. This family owned and operated Australian business is run by the Warmoll family, who emigrated from Ireland in 1852. Today, led by Phillip Warmoll’s son Patrick, Jack’s Creek is at the forefront of Australian premium beef production, proudly holding the current title of ‘World’s Best Steak Producer’ for two consecutive years, as well as ‘World’s Best Fillet Steak’ 2017.Our choice for you is the Marble Score 6 - 7, which is an above average marble score and will, we hope, give you an amazing eating experience.

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  • Jack's Creek (Australian) Wagyu Beef Short Ribs - MBS 6 -7 - Min. 300g

    One of the most requested cuts from the Welsh Wagyu Beef selection, Short Ribs are a real favourite with most Wagyu Beef fans! So it followed that when we looked at the Jack's Creek range we asked immediately if we could get hold of the much-sought-after short ribs ! Here they are, complete with that wonderful marbling that we always pursue.

    A long slow cook is all that is required, although there are lots of recipes available for various marinades and glazes which will all add to the joy of a slow braised rib ... full of flavour and as tender as you like.  This cut comes highly recommended and features heavily on many of our Chef's menus, including Ynyshir Restaurant (Wales), 36 on the Quay (Southampton) and Folium (Birmingham).

     

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    £16.75

  • Jack's Creek (Australian) Wagyu Beef Sirloin Steak - Min. 300g

    Wagyu Beef, as described above, is one of the most intense eating experiences that you can enjoy - the unctuous, buttery, marbled steak will provide a real treat for any special occasion.  Wagyu Beef fat will melt at room temperature, so it is even more important to bring these steaks to room temperature prior to cooking, although we know that you know, this is best practice with any meat.    The second most important point is that the steak is rested prior to serving, which again is of course considered the best advice for a great result.    Please rest for as long as you have cooked !   

    We would recommend  pre-heating the pan and searing the steak for two – three minutes per side, followed by two or three minutes at a lower heat.  This will produce a lovely medium-rare result.   If you can, use a griddle pan, which will help to hold the steak above the melted marbling fat, and prevents a "poached" effect.    The fat should caramelise beautifully with a sprinkling of sea salt prior to cooking .... and there is no need to add any extra oil or butter, which would only serve to mask the wonderful taste of the beef.   

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    £34.95

  • Jack's Creek (Australian) Wagyu Beef Rib Eye Steak - Min. 300g

    Whether you are intending to suprise a loved one with a special treat, having guests around for a celebration meal or simply spoiling yourself, take a little time to get the cooking of this wonderful steak just right - you have to do it justice !   

    Cooking a Wagyu steak is not a perfect science, but there are a few pointers that are worth taking into account.  We would recommend pre-heating the pan and searing the steak for two – three minutes per side, followed by two or three minutes at a lower heat.  This will produce a lovely medium-rare result.   If you can, use a griddle pan, which will help to hold the steak above the melted marbling fat, and prevents a "poached" effect.    The fat should caramelise beautifully with a sprinkling of sea salt prior to cooking .... and there is no need to add any extra oil or butter, which would only serve to mask the wonderful taste of the beef.    

    Please don't forget to rest your steak prior to serving, which again is of course considered the best advice for a great result.     

     

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    £34.95

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