What are you grateful for?
The 24th of November is Thanksgiving – not a holiday we normally celebrate here in Denmark, but since the day is all about eating until you can’t walk, we’re completely sold on the idea!
And we’d like to use this opportunity to tell you what we’re grateful for. Besides all our amazing guests, we’re crazy about a specific cut, which we think deserves a bit more time in the spotlight: The Bone in Ribeye.
Our Bone in Ribeye originates from Greater Omaha in Nebraska, USA. The American cattle is fed with concentrate, grass and corn – the latter contributes to the fat in the meat. Corn is a starch which transforms easily into sugar, which adds to a fattier meat. The crust on the grilled meat is actually a caramelization of the sugar in the blood. Yes, you learned something today.
The juicy American steak is one of our most popular. It’s tender, juicy and full og flavour – and because of the strict laws regarding export of American meat, it’s completely free from hormones and penicillin.
Our Bone in Ribeye is a big boy weighing in at about 600g – so it’s a perfect steak to share with your friend, partner, colleague or family member, who’s also deeply grateful for the juicy cut.
If you want to honor the American Thanksgiving tradition, then please book a table for your closest MASH restaurant for November 24th and show your gratitude by biting down on a perfectly grilled Bone in Ribeye – it’s the least you can do!