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New York Strip steaks are easily one of the most popular cuts in America, but have you ever tried a 100% grass-fed and finished Bison New York Strip Steak? Bison is known to have a more mild flavor compared to beef with a slightly sweeter finish.

Cooking Instructions
Cooking methods
Grill, Broil, Pan-Sear
Wine pairings
Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir
Bison New York Strip is a thick, tender cut of meat that's perfect for grilling. Preheat your grill to medium-high heat, then season the steak with salt and pepper. Grill for about 8 minutes per side, or until the steak is cooked to your liking. One simple way to elevate this dish is to top it with a compound butter made with herbs and garlic. Simply melt some butter in a microwave-safe bowl, then stir in your favorite herbs and garlic. Season with salt and pepper to taste, then brush the butter over the cooked steak. Quality cooking starts with quality ingredients, and that's what Crowd Cow is all about. We offer sustainably-raised bison from small, family-owned ranches across the country, so you can be sure your steak is delicious and ethically-sourced.
Flavor Profile
Bison is a red meat that is healthy and delicious. The Bison New York Strip Steak has a robust flavor and a firm, juicy texture. The steak is perfect for a quick and easy meal that will leave you feeling full and satisfied.
Chef's Serving Suggestions
When it comes to pairing sauces and side dishes with your Bison New York Strip Steak, think about complementary flavors that will enhance the beefs natural flavor. For example, a bold and spicy sauce like Chimichurri would be a great match for the steaks smoky, earthy notes. Alternatively, a creamy side dish like mashed potatoes would be a great accompaniment to the tender beef. Whatever you choose, be sure to keep it simple so as not to overpower the beefs delicate flavor.
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Durham Ranch

Naturally tender, rich in flavor, with a hint of sweetness, Durham Ranch Bison offers more protein, vitamins and minerals with fewer calories, less cholesterol and less fat – making it both a healthy and delicious choice to add to your diet.

Nature’s Perfect Protein

Durham Ranch is known for its use of holistic management practices, and strongly believes that good animal and land husbandry are not just the right thing to do but make for a better end product. Their Bison spend the majority of their life grazing on prairie grasses in their native landscape, and are finished on a free-choice grain/hay mixture to ensure consistent, top-quality meat year-round. Bison tastes very similar to beef with just a hint of sweetness and richer flavor profile and has a naturally tender texture. Nutritionally, it offers more protein, vitamins and minerals with fewer calories, less cholesterol and less fat — making it both a healthy and delicious choice to add to your diet.

Durham Ranch Bison

A Slow & Quiet Life

Durham Ranch’s herds originate from Yellowstone National Park and live a slow and quiet life on a sprawling 55,000 acres in Wright, WY. Their herds are handled as little as possible due to the breed’s independent nature, and develop naturally on pasture without the use of growth hormones or unnecessary antibiotics. Bison also help cultivate the land naturally: their split hooves break up the soil as they roam and their diet of mostly broadleaf plants means they naturally fertilize the land through their waste. These facts, along with other conscientious husbandry practices, help to maintain the vitality of the meat.

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Family-Owned and Operated

Durham Ranch is a third-generation family-owned business founded by their patriarch, Armando Flocchini Sr, who bought the ranch in 1965 after successfully running Durham Meat Company in San Francisco working as a butcher. At the time, raising Bison was a niche market, but Armando’s entrepreneurial spirit led him on the right path. Today, the same ranch is run by the Flocchini family and remains one the largest bison operations in North America. As members of the National Bison Association, Durham Ranch continues to advocate for good animal and land husbandry as well as educate consumers about this special animal to ensure that their family and other ranchers can enjoy this way of life for generations to come.

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