, Headquarters for Labor Day's Cook-out

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Fine Meats and Grilling Tips for the Holiday Everything needed for the last barbecue cook-out of summer is available at Specializing in the finest beef available anywhere in the world, Labor Day grilling at focuses on steaks of every description, from US prime to American Wagyu/Kobe. Send summer out in Style with, New York's Butcher. offers all of the luxury meats and poultry anyone could grill for an end-of-summer bash, especially steak! Yes, the site- - has some of the tastiest hamburgers (can you say wagyu?), hot dogs and sausages you can grill, but the meat connoisseur will also appreciate pre-selected kits made up of the finest, hand-select beef in every variety and cut, the perfect summer meal for the season's last long weekend event.

Take a look at the Sunset Strips for $245, the best of the beef world in one package of strip steaks from around the world. Four twelve-ounce Grassfed Strips from Australia have a lean but juicy taste. These will cook quickly because they are very low in fat, so keep an eye on the grill. Four twelve-ounce Hand Select Strips are Certified Angus Beef from the USA, in the top third of Choice grading; you almost cannot get better beef than this. And two twelve-ounce Wagyu Strips are again from Australia and are the most highly marbled of the group, featuring a minimum grade of 8 on the Japanese scale of 1-12, which far exceeds the top grades of American Prime!

For a slightly more exclusive Labor Day celebration, try the International Luxury Strip Set, a collection of outrageously well-marbled strip steaks from the three most important beef producing regions in the world: two-12 oz Japanese Wagyu strip steaks, two-12 oz Australian Wagyu strips and four-16 oz dry-aged USDA Prime Strip steaks. International Luxury Strip Set features the finest steaks. This Japanese Wagyu Beef is accorded the same rating as the wagyu eaten in Kobe, Japan, a fat marble score of 11 on a scale of 12. Our Australian Wagyu beef rates an 8/9 on this 12 point scale. And US Prime Beef is dry aged for over 21 days to develop that decadent complexity that only truly dry aged beef can have. This set, available for $450, is proof that fine well marbled beef is a worldwide passion.

Of course, there's always the All American BBQ for $199.95, with hot dogs, certified Angus beef burgers, pork spare ribs and strip steaks, something for everyone on Labor Day. To preserve the quality and flavor of all meat and poultry products, wraps each item separately in vacuum-sealed packages and ships them in insulated boxes using frozen packs, never dry ice. All items are shipped fresh (except for hamburger, which must be shipped frozen) and arrive properly chilled. Transfer meat and poultry to the refrigerator immediately. All items may be held in the refrigerator for seven to ten days before cooking or freezing. If transporting grilled meats and poultry- or any food! - to another Labor Day bash locations, pack everything perishable in insulated boxes with ice packs to keep the food at 40ºF or below. was created by Marc Sarrazin and George Faison, owners of DeBragga and Spitler, at 826-D Washington Street, New York, NY, (212) 924-1311. Known for its staff of experienced butchers who age and hand-cut the finest meats for New York's most discriminating chefs, DeBragga has been located in New York's famed Meat Market for almost a century. DeBragga serves restaurants like Restaurant Daniel, Le Bernardin, Momofuku Ssam Bar, the BLT group, and Craftsteak, and now you. DeBragga, New York's butcher to generations of legendary chefs.


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