Snake River Farms

Introducing the Snake River Farms American Wagyu Short Ribs – 15 pounds of rich, delectable beef. Short ribs are one of the most requested items from our customers and wanted to offer an American Wagyu version in a big way, quite literally.

Short ribs are a popular cut of beef that are larger and meatier than their popular pork counterparts. Our American Wagyu Short Ribs are Plate Short Ribs (NAMP 123A series for you beef experts) are sourced from the plate primal located below the ribs. As a result, these ribs are highly marbled, meaty and unusually delicious.

Each package contains 2, 3-bone slabs that can be prepared as fancy or simple as you’d like. Try them long-cooked in the classic French dish pot-au-feu, seasoned with Korean spices or slow-smoked in classic barbecue style. No matter how you cook them, these giant American Wagyu beauties will be part of a memorable feast.

American Wagyu Black Grade Beef Short Ribs

$250.00

Availability: In stock

Quantity Discounts

  • Qty Price Savings
  • 2+ $225.00 each 10%
  • Grade: SRF Black – Higher than USDA Prime, BMS 6 to 8
  • Weight: approx. 15 lbs. per pack
  • Each package contains 2, 3-bone short ribs 
  • Wagyu crossed with high quality Angus
  • 100% natural, no added hormones
  • Wet-aged 21+ days for improved flavor and texture
  • Each steak hand cut by a Master Butcher
  • Product ships frozen and will arrive frozen or partially thawed

Introducing the Snake River Farms American Wagyu Short Ribs – 15 pounds of rich, delectable beef. Short ribs are one of the most requested items from our customers and wanted to offer an American Wagyu version in a big way, quite literally.

Short ribs are a popular cut of beef that are larger and meatier than their popular pork counterparts. Our American Wagyu Short Ribs are Plate Short Ribs (NAMP 123A series for you beef experts) are sourced from the plate primal located below the ribs. As a result, these ribs are highly marbled, meaty and unusually delicious.

Each package contains 2, 3-bone slabs that can be prepared as fancy or simple as you’d like. Try them long-cooked in the classic French dish pot-au-feu, seasoned with Korean spices or slow-smoked in classic barbecue style. No matter how you cook them, these giant American Wagyu beauties will be part of a memorable feast.

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  • Good, but

    Low and slow on kettle grill for about 4.5 hours yielded delicious meat. Very rich, lots of fat waste that couldn't be trimmed off before the cook and even more that was trimmed. Net weight of meat cooked was less than 6 pounds. Lotsa bone and fat.

    Posted 9/9/2017 by

  • Compete with them or be beated by them!

    We competed in Memphis in May and did a great job. My only concern is that they are too expensive. This ribs are one of the highest grade for competition or for a luxory lunch. Too pricy for most people to afford for your regular barbecue.

    Posted 5/24/2017 by

  • royal ribs

    absolutely the best rib ever. smoked for 5 hrs and results were perfect. rich flavor beyond compare. Do these at least once in your life. Would recommend that each 3 rib section be individually sealed for those of us who can't eat 6 ribs at a seating.

    Posted 7/29/2016 by

  • THE BEST

    I have been smoking/BBQ/Grilling for years and hands down these are the best, most meaty ribs I have found. I serve one rib per person and not only do they make a great presentation there is plenty of meat on each one to satisfy anyone.

    Posted 7/20/2016 by

  • Best piece of beef ever!

    I removed silver skin and S&P one rack liberally. Smoked at 220f with hickory for 6 hours and later moved to the oven for 170F for 24 hours.

    It had beautiful lacy marbling/collagen which just melted in ones mouth without it falling apart and was medium pink upon slicing.

    I will do a red wine braise with the other rack hopefully with similar results.

    Posted 4/6/2016 by

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