A French butcher has used a high-tech aging process to craft one of the world’s most expensive steak that will cost you thousands of dollars to enjoy.
If you have extra cash to spare to buy a $3200, one-of-a-kind rib steak , you’ll have to get on a waiting list. Yep, it’s that serious.
French butcher Alexandre Polmard comes from six generations of family that have worked the craft, and he believes he’s perfected a technique invented by his family in the 1990s called “hibernation, said The New York Daily News.
Comparing the aging process to that of the aging of a fine wine, CNN says customer have to put their names down months ahead of time before being able to try the first-rate product.
Available for only select chefs, the breed of cow used is called Blonde Aquitaine, a rival to highly coveted breeds such as Kobe.
This breed of cow is raised in comfortable, stress-free arrangements by Polmard and his family, enabling the meat to be so tender, a knife is barely needed for the final product.