Large enough for the entire family, you can get these ribs left whole (Fred Flintstone style) at seven ribs or have them cut into a four-rib roast with three separate chops. They can even provide you with a hand cut single chop if you would prefer.
While Prime Rib isn't going to be cheap (with dry aged prime four rib roast and three rib chops costing $399), the quality is worth the price. According to DeBragga, the quality is dependent on the marbling in the meat and the age of the animal. Marbling is basically the bits of white fat that you find throughout the meat and " the higher the degree of marbling, the more tender, juicy, and flavorful the meat will be."
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We recently sampled DeBragga’s single 30-day dry aged bone-in chop, which we roasted to a medium rare perfection with a deliciously crisp outside and tender juicy inside. The USDA PRIME 109 RIB, which comes from the muscle that the classic Prime Ribs are cut, is graded in the top one percent of all beef in the United States for its richness and perfect marbling.
Of course, you can get many different types of products from DeBragga. Aside from the many beef options (including Wagyu beef and grass fed beef), they offer pork, lamb, poultry, veal, venison, bacon, sausage, and ham.
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