Thousand Guineas T-Bone / Porterhouse Steak MB2

Thousand Guineas T-Bone / Porterhouse Steak MB2
Thousand Guineas T-Bone / Porterhouse Steak MB2

Thousand Guineas T-Bone / Porterhouse Steak MB2

Preparation
Regular price Dhs. 198.00
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Around 800-900g (due to manual cutting)

The T-bone and porterhouse are steaks of beef cut from the short loin. Both include a "T-shaped" bone with meat on each side. Porterhouse steaks are cut from the rear end of the short loin and thus include more tenderloin steak, along with (on the other side of the bone) a large strip steak. T-bone steaks are cut closer to the front, and contain a smaller section of tenderloin.

  • Producer: Thousand Guineas
  • Grain Fed Shorthorn Cattle
  • HALAL Certified

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Cooking Recommendations

HOW TO TREAT YOUR STEAK

MEAT STORAGE

- Store chilled meat up to 3 days in the fridge in consistent chilled temperature of 1 to 4 degrees Celsius.

- If you are not sure of when you can eat your meat within the chilled shelf life, you can move it to the freezer anytime during the 3 day shelf life to the freezer (0 to -18 degrees Celsius) for up to 6 months.

MEAT DEFROSTING

- Best practice: Defrost your meat in the fridge the night before you wish to cook it.

- If in a rush, you can place minced meat in a ziplock, squeeze as much air out as possible, then submerge in lukewarm water. You can also leave your frozen meat on the kitchen counter for 1 to 2 hours to accelerate defrosting, but then move it to the fridge in order to avoid any food contamination.

MEAT MARINATION

- Our beef and lamb requires little marination due to their high quality. For burgers, only a light sprinkling of salt and pepper is recommended. Even without any seasoning our burgers are amazing!

- For primary cuts like striploin, ribeye and tenderloin, no need to marinade. We also recommend a light sprinkling of salt and pepper and perhaps a basting of garlic, fresh herbs and olive oil/butter on a hot pan.

- When marinating cuts like lamb and brisket, best to marinade overnight. For other cuts like skirt and flank, we suggest up to 3 hours of marination but not longer as the muscle fibers will start to break down and the meat may get mushy.

PLEASE DO NOT WASH YOUR MEAT.

- We do not recommend washing good quality beef or lamb as water introduces more bacteria to the meat instead of cleaning it.

PLEASE AVOID COOKING MEAT WELL DONE.

- Well done means cooking until there's no pink in your meat when you slice it- this also indicates all the juices in the steak have dried out and you will probably have a very tough eating experience.

- The juices that ooze out of meat are known as myglobin and are simply proteins that ressemble blood. However all blood has already been drained out at the slaughter stage of the cattle. Therefore it's not blood!

- Cooking steak to below well done is safe, because any bacteria lives on the surface of steaks, not inside. Therefore when seared on all sides, even if the interior is not fully cooked, steak is safe to consume and delicious too!



HOW TO COOK BURGERS

COOKING BURGERS

- They key to great burgers is keeping them as cold as possible until you cook them.

- Our burgers are made with a standard 80:20 lean to fat ratio and do not have any fillers, flavoring or additives, only 100% halal beef or lamb, therefore the fat content is what binds them together. Therefore if you're cooking outdoors, keep them in a cooler or in a container over some ice. Letting burgers get warm before cooking will cause them to break apart on the grill.

- Simply heat up your pan or grill, season your burgers (optional) and sear until they're done to your preference. We don't add oil to the pan as the fat will melt. We recommend using a flat spatula to easily slip the spatula under the burger and flip them quick! You can keep flipping until you're happy with the color and doneness.

- Burgers can be cooked from frozen, just keep flipping as needed until cooked to the desired doneness. Best practice for burgers is cooking thoroughly.



HOW TO COOK STEAKS

COOKING STEAKS

- It's really easier than it looks and can be done with any cooking equipment. We have survived many years without having fancy pans or thermometers. Using your senses is a great way to get into the world of steak.

Option 1: The Tent method

- This is the method we first started using when you have a simple pan and nothing else. Simply season your steak on both sides, heat a pan to medium heat until well heated, add a knob of butter and olive oil then sear the steak until you get a nice color. Then flip and cook for half the time you cooked the first side. Transfer to a chopping board and cover with foil for half the time you cooked the whole steak. This is called resting, to allow the steak juices to redistribute. However, you can also just go straight to cutting because you can also mop up the juices as you eat it! Slice the steak against the grain (90 degrees to the muscle fibres) to maximize your eating quality.

Option 2: Traditional searing using a thermometer (best practice!)

For a thick steak, it's hard to know if the middle of the steak is cooked even if both sides look nice and caramelized. This is where thermometers come in. Probe thermometers like the Weber iGrill 2 or Meater are handy because you don't have to keep opening the oven to check the temperature (and risk burning yourself). However, using an instant read thermometer is also useful to confirm the final temperature as sometimes, probe thermometers do overheat and show a higher temperature than actual. Stick the steak in a low oven of 150C after searing on both sides until you get the internal temperature to the doneness you prefer. See chart below for temperature guide.

Option 3: Reverse searing using a thermometer (even better best practice!)

- The reverse sear method was made famous by Kenji Lopez-Alt of Serious Eats and basically reverses the above 2nd option. Traditional searing works fine, but it does cause a grey band of meat where the searing was first done, and the middle of steaks has a very ruby red fleshy look to it. Reverse sear avoids this by first cooking the meat to 10 degrees less than the desired internal temperature, resting it then searing over high heat with aromatics and butter to get a lovely caramelized color. The result is a more consistent cook because the steak is cooked in a low oven and you also don't have to rest steak after searing which is great!

- What to do: heat your oven to 95 to 135C. Insert probe thermometer into your steak. The lower the oven temp, the more consistent the cook, but the longer the steaks will take to get to your desired temperature (10 degrees less than the final cooking temp, see below chart). Once steaks are cooked internally, take out of the oven and rest for at least 10 mins in room temp. Heat a pan to medium heat, then add some olive oil, unsalted butter and your choice of aromatics like herbs and whole garlic. Sear the steaks until you get a lovely caramelized exterior. Transfer to plates and consume immediately.

- This is also a wonderful option to use when you have many guests over, as you can pre-cook the steaks to the desired doneness then simply sear for just a few minutes right before guests are actually ready to eat.

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Where this meat is from

Thousand Guineas, NSW, Australia

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Weight

About 800-900g per 1-inch steak.

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Summer hours (June to Aug 2023) 9am to 7pm on Tues to Sun. Resting on Mondays.

We deliver on the same or next day in Abu Dhabi and within 2 days for other emirates and remote areas.

For delivery on the same day in Abu Dhabi, cut-off time is 10am for delivery either at 2pm-6pm or 6pm-10pm.

For next day delivery across the UAE, cut-off time is 3pm for delivery next day either at 6am-10am, 9am-1pm, 2pm-6pm or 6pm-10pm.

Ruwais deliveries are only done on Tues/Thurs/Sat. Orders must be placed by 3pm the day before.

No delivery on Sunday for Fujairah or Umm Al Quwain. For remote areas such as al Ghadeer, please call us to confirm delivery dates and times.

Minimum order requirements

Within Abu Dhabi city from Corniche to Maqta (NOT including Saadiyat Island) - 150 dhs

Everywhere else WITHIN city limits - 300 dhs

**When below minimum order please choose standard shipping at checkout to pay 50 dhs for delivery.

Please organize your menu in advance and order for delivery on the day before you need to prepare or cook your meat, so we can deliver within enough time for you to enjoy your meat experience.

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