6oz Chuck Tender
No antibiotics, growth hormones or steroids added.
The Chuck Tender is a cut that isn’t typically found in the supermarket. It is one of the cuts that we’d consider a “butcher’s cut”. Butcher’s cuts are generally nice cuts of beef that don’t yield terribly high, but are too good to put in the meat grinder. Chuck Tenders resemble a Filet Mignon in appearance, but they eat more like a Top Sirloin. There is also a small tendon that runs through the center of the steak, which must be trimmed around when the steak is being carved. In the end, we agree with the Butcher – this steak is too good to grind, but it’s also enough extra work to carve that we price it like a value steak. If you’re in the mood for something different or maybe just to broaden your steak horizons, give the Chuck Tender a try.