Ahhhh, summer is here. We have patiently waited for the snow, the ice, and the rain to clear. We spent countless hours in our yards to clean things up and get ready for the warm weather. We have even packed away our jeans and warm coats in anticipation of sunshine.
Now it's time to fire up the grill and throw down a couple of bison ribeye steaks! Bison is a lean meat--1/3 the calories of beef, low in cholesterol, and low in fat--but it's incredibly delicious. Our bison ribeye steaks are well marbled and extremely tender due to our dry-aging process.
How do you cook an amazing bison ribeye? Well, that's easy.
- Let the meat thaw at room temperature. Submerge it in room temperature water to accelerate the process.
- Season the meat with some chunky salt and pepper. That's all it needs.
- Heat your grill to high heat.
- Sear the steaks on high heat for three minutes a side if you want a tender, medium-rare steak (bison is best when cooked medium-rare).
- Lower the heat to medium and cook for another couple of minutes.
- Remove from heat and let this amazing, all-American meat rest for a few minutes before you dig in and enjoy!.
A bison ribeye pairs well with fresh produce you can pick up at your local farmers market. Treat yourself to a delicious bison ribeye at your next cookout. You can buy our bison ribeye steaks online by clicking here, and you will receive them within a day or two once shipped.
Buck Wild Bison is the #1 bison meat you can buy, so order some Buck Wild Bison today!
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