I’ve been asked the question a bunch: “what would you eat for your last meal?” Until now, I haven’t had an answer.
The Old Homestead Steakhouse in New York has just launched a steak that will set you back $350. It’s a 12-0z cut made from luxurious Kobe beef, cut from Wagyu cattle.
Apparently there is already a list of people waiting to take a bite of this steak. Some are even offering extra, just to try one.
“It’s like having the Fourth of July in your mouth,” co-owner Marc Sherry claims. “It’s a food experience of orgasmic proportions – really.”
Importing Wagyu meat has been banned in the US for the past two years, but now that the ban has been lifted, The Old Homestead Steakhouse isn’t wasting any time.
For those of you who don’t know what a Wagyu cow is:
Wagyu cow – def: a cow fed on a diet including soybeans, rice, and beer and receive regular hand massages, meaning they have 30% more fat and 70% more happiness than other cows.
Would you consider taking a bite out of this steak?