You gotta love living in Texas! There is a rodeo almost every single weekend at Tejas Steakhouse & Saloon, just north of 1604, not to mention the best steak in all of Texas! That’s according to Texas Monthly and thanks in large part to the brand — HeartBrand Akaushi.
I hear a number of non-native Houston chefs are bitten by our infectious rodeo bug. Perhaps the most severe case of cowboy fever can be found over at Quattro, the wonderful restaurant at The Four Seasons Hotel downtown.
Treat yourself to an afternoon, an evening at one of the finest steakhouses in the entire country! I’m talking about Bohanan’s Prime Steaks and Seafood, run by Executive Chef Mark Bohanan in historic downtown San Antonio.
Marvelous Marble Falls has a new gourmet grocer to gloat about…say hello to Jamail’s! Moreover it’s where you can find one hot cattle commodity – HeartBrand Akaushi. Outside of Japan, Texas is the only place in the world where you can find this delicious, buttery beef!
One of my favorite restaurants of all-time is Haven’s, a seasonal kitchen in H-town where I always feel right at home. While the country music and terrific attention to detail in their menu keeps me coming back, it’s items like their buttery Akaushi burgers by HeartBrand that really make a statement!
This place really puts a smile on my face. Cappy’s Restaurant is a landmark in Alamo Heights and it’s the ONLY place where you can find my all-time favorite bean burger – one that’s made with Akaushi beef from HeartBrand. What a world of difference in both taste and health Heartbrand Akaushi is…did you know Akaushi cattle are actually a national treasure in Japan?! And get this: Texas is the only place in the world outside of Japan that hosts this incredible breed of cattle.
Akaushi prime beef by HeartBrand Beef is being called “life changing” for a reason. The highly marbled cuts have a delicious, rich buttery taste due to the amount of oleic acid present in them. And there are heart benefits to Akaushi as well!
Seeing is believing! Sure Heartbrand is lower in cholesterol, lower in saturated fats than other domestic beef, but when you see the side by side comparison, it’s dramatic! The fat composition of Heartbrand Akaushi is dramatically different than other commercial beef
Once you’ve tried an Akaushi steak, there’s no going back to prime. They are a ‘must-try’ for the upcoming July 4th weekend. Celebrate Independence with Akaushi; a prized commodity in Japan…literally a national treasure.
You’ve heard of Kobe or Waygu and seen the steaks in top restaurants, but do you know about Akaushi? The Akaushi breed is a prized commodity in Japan…literally a national treasure.