The Juicy Details
To some, more is always better. Be that money, cars, sales, or square footage, even the most is never enough. Good Silver Steak Co. provides wagyu beef that delivers the most marbling, flavor, and tenderness available in any cut. And when it comes to the most toothsome, most marbled, and most tender steak, there's nothing that compares to our American Wagyu Boneless Ribeye.
While tenderloin gets a lot of recognition, real steak lovers know there's nothing better than the unmatched juiciness of a highly marbled wagyu boneless ribeye masterpiece, from the second your steak hits the grill until long after the final bite.
One of the great steak debates is pan searing vs. grilling a ribeye. Though you certainly can't go wrong, those of us at Good Silver give the nod to the flame-kissed flavor added by grilling. No matter how you choose to cook your wagyu boneless ribeye, let it come to room temperature for at least 45 minutes before cooking.
- Season your ribeye with ample amounts of salt and pepper or any seasonings you prefer.
- Place your wagyu boneless ribeye directly over the hottest part of your grill and sear for no more than two minutes per side.
- Once each side is seared with a deep brown crust, move your steak to a cooler part of the grill or drop it to medium if using gas. Grill for an additional nine to 12 minutes until the steak reaches the recommended 135 degrees Fahrenheit for a medium-rare doneness.
- Remove your wagyu boneless ribeye from the grill and let rest for five to 10 minutes before serving.
For a cut as extensively marbled as a Good Silver American Wagyu Boneless Ribeye, the bright, acidic flavor of cucumber or green bean salad is a welcome counterpoint. If bold, robust flavors are what you're looking for, cheesy scalloped potatoes are the starchy richness you need. Mushrooms sauteed with butter, garlic, olive oil, and topped with a heavy dose of parmesan are a symphony of earthy flavors that hit every note your conducting ribeye demands.
Wines high in tannins, like Nebbiolo, cabernet, and Chianti, cut through the high-fat content of wagyu boneless ribeyes, making them the ideal pairing. For a power-packed flavor duo, consider an Imperial Stout. For a more refreshing, lighter combination, pour an ice-cold cream ale. A classic cocktail is sure to satisfy your palate when enjoying ribeye. Manhattans, gimlets, and bloody Marys are steakhouse staples for a reason—they're always a perfect fit. For a less common tasting experience, give the robust flavors of Reposado or Añejo tequilas a try. Now, all that's left to do is sip, slice, and savor.
Our American Wagyu grades above Prime, so we utilize the Japanese Beef Marbling Score (BMS). Choose Sterling for a BMS of 4 to 5 or Finest for 6+. Either way, your order will be perfectly delicious.