60 DMC’s ’60 in 60′ prix fixe lunch menu is inspired by and tailored toward the working man (or woman’s) weekday, 1-hour lunch break. In other words, 60 minutes for a snappy 3-course meal and you’re on your way, satisfied and secure for the afternoon ahead — all for $20!
There’s a recently opened restaurant in River Oaks that’s a must-do, especially if you want to try some of the top-rated steaks in the entire city. Houstonians may be familiar with its chef, Fritz Gitscher, one of a handful of Master Chefs in the entire state. But, there’s PLENTY still to discover about his new spot, 60 Degrees Mastercrafted…
Opening this November (so soon!), Certified Master Chef Fritz Gitschner’s new restaurant concept in Houston, 60 Degrees Mastercrafted, is set to feature the true concept of ‘ranch-to-table’ with Akaushi Beef from the HeartBrand Beef Ranch as a shining star on its menu. It doesn’t get any more local than this!
If you’re staying at home for Labor Day, I’ve got a couple of fun food ideas for you. Since we’re not hitting 100 degrees every single day, grilling might be on your mind. So, I wanted to remind you about a few key recipes I have on my site…recipes you’ll want to pull for this weekend!
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!
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!
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.
Could a steak really change your life? If it’s 100% Akaushi beef, it could. The Akaushi breed is a prized commodity in Japan…literally a national treasure. The entire breed is owned by the Japanese government.