Black Angus Flap Steak (2.8-3.2 lb)
The flap steak comes from the bottom sirloin at the butt of the cow. It’s not that famous of a cut. People typically go for the top sirloin and neglect the flap steak, even though it’s a beautiful and tender piece of meat. It’s very thin and it has just enough fat to keep it moist, but not too much, so it’s greasy. Because of that, the flap steak is absolutely perfect for grilling. For the same reason, this cut of meat also makes for a good burger patty. And you know what the best part is? It comes from our own black Angus cows, which were homegrown and grass-fed.