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D’Artagnan Japanese Wagyu Boneless Ribeye Roast A-5 Grade $999.99 After $500 OFF @ Costco.com

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Last Edited by annie930ny September 6, 2016 at 11:44 PM
I have been watching the beef selection on Costco's website and this is the lowest I've seen this A-5 cut priced for some time.

http://www.costco.com/D%e2%80%99A...82950.html

Valid 9/1/16 through 9/25/16. While supplies last.

Features: Authentic Japanese Wagyu Beef, A-5 Graded, Ships Fresh Not Frozen, 11 lbs minimum weight, $90.91 per pound, Product of Japan

Price Per POUND: $90.909

Shipping & Handling Included*

Due to the perishable nature of this item orders do NOT ship over the weekend. Orders will only ship Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday for Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday Delivery.

This is the real deal: exceedingly rare Wagyu beef from Japan. More specifically, it is the Kuroge breed of Wagyu and is A-5 grade; literally the top grade of Japanese beef available in the world. There is a limited supply of this extremely rare beef secured exclusively for Costco members!

It is legendary stuff: beef marbled beyond belief, intensely satisfying and graded A-5, the highest possible ranking in the strict Japanese scoring system. There is nothing that can touch this beef for flavor and tenderness.

The Kuroge breed cattle are humanely-raised on grass when young and then finished in the traditional Japanese fashion: with incremental amounts of grain that build on the breed's natural propensity to exquisite and abundant marbling. A stress-free environment and massage for muscle stimulation are all part of the pampering that the cattle receive.

Strict protocols from birth to export ensure beef of unsurpassed quality. The unique Japanese BMS scoring system judges beef on several criteria, and guarantees that the highest standards are met with each piece of beef.

This is beef like you've never had it. Only the finest restaurants ever get Wagyu beef of this quality. A luxurious and memorable experience will be yours with this ribeye that weighs a minimum of 11 lbs and ships fresh.

Cooking tips:
Whatever you do, never overcook this Wagyu beef, or you will render out the precious fat. Cut into steaks and sear on high heat for a short time only. Season simply with salt and pepper to allow the extraordinary flavor to shine.

Authentic Japanese Wagyu beef
Product of Japan
Imported D'Artagnan
Legendary stuff: marbled beyond belief
Top-scoring A-5 graded, the highest possible Japanese beef ranking
A luxurious and memorable experience
Boneless ribeye (11 lbs minimum weight)
Ships fresh, not frozen
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Deal is back! Can't wait to ground it and put some ketchup/mayo on it for some flavors.
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Quote from milko View Post :
Deal is back! Can't wait to ground it and put some ketchup/mayo on it for some flavors.
wow you fancy pants. i was just gonna add some binders and make meat loafLMAO
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Deal is back! Can't wait to ground it and put some ketchup/mayo on it for some flavors.
Be sure to cook those burgers well done.
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Who would debone a waygu rib roast?
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wow you fancy pants. i was just gonna add some binders and make meat loafLMAO
That's crazy to dilute such great beef with binders, Manwich is the only way to go!
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I love ribeye and prime rib. Maybe once or twice a year I will splurge on this luxury. But if I were a millionaire, I would do this a few times a year. And a bigger millionaire, I would do it often. It must be very, very good! And what's money for?

Just thinking about this makes me think about buying a lottery ticket.
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Deal is back! Can't wait to ground it and put some ketchup/mayo on it for some flavors.
Quote from GoEagles997 View Post :
Be sure to cook those burgers well done.
If you forget to mix in big chunks of onions it will be a waste
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Ketchup? Have some class and use A1 sauce
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Kraft yellow slices, or melted cheddar? bounce
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My dog hasn't been enjoying his canned food lately. I heard that mixing in some cooked meat will help - is this stuff safe for dogs? German shepherd (~3 years) to be exact. Thanks!
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Should I eat this with A.1., or Heinz 57 sauce? Maybe just ketchup?
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Just received mine today... Gonna cook it with my Anova Sous Vide cooker (SD won me over; just purchased two more for family members!), but it won't fit in the Ziplock bag, so I guess I'll just put it in the boiling water.
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Wow some real hooty tooty emeril legasse's here - I'll stick with my hamburger helper, lasagna flavor thank you very much. Just add water.
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For this amount of money I'd rather go plan a hunting trip and go murder some rare African animals to eat. The great thing about capitalism is that there are always idiots willing to spend way too much money on something dumb. That's what keeps them from making more money.... being idiots.
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