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Merry Craft Meat Tasting! - A5 Wagyu Dinner Party

Merry Craft Meat Tasting! - A5 Wagyu Dinner Party

It's a beautiful time of year to gather with friends, have a dinner party, and try something decadent. A5 Wagyu Steak is an experience you won't soon forget. And your friends will thank you! Crowd Cow helps connect you with the best meat you can find and you'll always know what farm it came from. Buy some A5 Japanese Wagyu today: https://www.crowdcow.com/a5wagyu And here's to your merry craft meat...
Arturo Ramon II  talks A5 Wagyu Brisket at Kreuz Market

Arturo Ramon II talks A5 Wagyu Brisket at Kreuz Market

We took A5 Wagyu brisket from Kagoshima Japan to Kreuz Market in Lockhart, TX. Arturo Ramon II (@texasgrillmaster) tells what it was like to watch legendary pitmaster Roy Perez smoke one up. Get some of your own A5 brisket: https://www.crowdcow.com/holiday-wagyu-roasts And next time your in Lockhart, Texas, get some barbeque at Kreuz! Market.
How to use a whetstone to sharpen a knife

How to use a whetstone to sharpen a knife

One of Japan's oldest and best top craft knife-makers, Sugimoto-hamano (they began making steel swords), demonstrates how to use a whetstone to hand-sharpen a steel-bladed knife. The technique is surprisingly easy to perform and results in an extremely sharp and effective blade edge. Purchase the world's-best A5 Wagyu from hand-selected farms in Japan via Crowd Cow: https://www.crowdcow.com/wagyu
Japanese Knives: Learn the basic shapes

Japanese Knives: Learn the basic shapes

You can identify Japanese knives by the shape and length of their blades. The usuba, or “thin blade,” is a traditional Japanese knife used for cutting vegetables. It's identified by it's overall rectangular shape and flat tip. The usuba is a sharp blade that is excellent for thinly slicing carrots, daikon radish and other vegetables. The yanagi is a very long and thin bladed sashimi knife used b...
A5 Wagyu - Brisket, Tenderloin, Striploin, and Rib Roasts

A5 Wagyu - Brisket, Tenderloin, Striploin, and Rib Roasts

This is the first time you can get A5 Wagyu Brisket in the USA. We’re super-excited to announce Kagoshima A5 Wagyu Brisket will be available only on Crowd Cow. https://www.crowdcow.com/holiday-wagyu-roasts How we did this? We went to Kagoshima, Japan. We met with the farmer who won the Wagyu Olympics (yep, that's a real thing!). We tasted A5 Wagyu brisket, along with other colossal A5 cuts, and n...
How to Cook A5 Wagyu Tenderloin

How to Cook A5 Wagyu Tenderloin

Cooking A5 Wagyu tenderloin steaks is simple to do. Follow these step by step instructions and you'll be enjoying one of the most precious cuts of beef available. Our meat tastes great and feels great. Shop our holiday gifts and order some today: https://www.crowdcow.com/holiday-wagyu Don't forget to try tasting slices of these filet mignon style cuts with sel gris (salt), wasabi, and soy sauce.
Are You Ready for Holiday Wagyu?

Are You Ready for Holiday Wagyu?

Take a behind the scenes tour of the photoshoot for our most marquee event: our annual holiday wagyu sale (A5 Wagyu from Japan, Olive Wagyu and more -- don't miss out -- through the end of the year). SHOP NOW: https://www.crowdcow.com/holiday-wagyu
A5 Wagyu Dos and Donts

A5 Wagyu Dos and Donts

Tips to get the most out of A5 Wagyu, properly defrost it in the fridge up to 24 hours, not on the countertop or microwave Purchase award-winning Kagoshima A5 Wagyu: https://www.crowdcow.com/a5wagyu
Japanese Chef Explains Rating System

Japanese Chef Explains Rating System

In Osaka visiting with Steak Sakura, a restaurant specializing in Kobe Beef. I had a chance to sit down with the chef to discuss the history of Kobe beef including how it is raised, the history and how it is rated. Learn more: https://www.crowdcow.com/a5wagyu https://www.crowdcow.com/holiday-wagyu https://www.crowdcow.com/wagyu/enjoy
Olive Wagyu Fertilizer

Olive Wagyu Fertilizer

On a recent trip to Japan, Crowd Cow's founder, Joe Heitzeberg learned how the inawara rice straw and corn grown to feed the wagyu cattle are grown using fertilizer produced by those same animals. Learn more: https://www.crowdcow.com/blog/tags/a5-wagyu Shop now: https://www.crowdcow.com/a5wagyu
Aomine Farm

Aomine Farm

I spent days getting to know our small farms in Japan, including Aomine-san, one of the elite producers of the rarest beef on the planet: Olive Wagyu of Kagawa Prefecture, Japan. Sign up to purchase Olive Wagyu: https://www.crowdcow.com/olivewagyu Or purchase award-winning Kagoshima A5 Wagyu from Japan here: https://www.crowdcow.com/a5wagyu
Coming Soon: A5 Wagyu  from Japan

Coming Soon: A5 Wagyu from Japan

Kagoshima's legendary A5 Wagyu - The World's Most Marbled Steak -is now available on Crowd Cow. Shop now: https://www.crowdcow.com/a5wagyu
The History of Japanese Wagyu Cattle (Kuroge Wahshu)

The History of Japanese Wagyu Cattle (Kuroge Wahshu)

The word "Wagyu" simply means "Japanese Cow". There are 4 breeds of cattle native to Japan and one of these -- the Kuroge Washu - is special, because its unique genetics allows it to produce a high degree of fine-grained marbling on the interior of the meat. When this breed is raised in Japan by expert producers, cared for and fed the highest quality grasses, inawara rice straw and other ingredien...

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