Wagyu Kobe Steak
Most butchers will agree that Kobe beef is one of the most delicate types of meat on the market. The network of fat slivers are almost made for cooking and caramelizing to create a creamy and luxurious experience. Adhering to strict raising standards is the only way to get the desired result, with only 3,000 cows passing the qualifications each year. Plus, it takes skill and precision to master its preparation. Work some extra overtime one week to try a 6-ounce Kobe Steak for $144.