Teres Major

Starting at $15.00

The Teres Major, sometimes referred to as a Petite Tender Roast or Petit Filet because it looks like a diminutive Whole Tenderloin. Interestingly, the Teres Major is exceptionally tender and lean with a deep, beefy flavor. It’s an outstanding value and an excellent option for steak salad or steak frites. 

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About the Teres Major 

It’s a cliché to say that good things come in small packages — even pointing out that fact sounds like a cliché! But these expressions always carry some degree of truth. There really are times when the small box with the bow on it beats the big one. Teres Major is like that: smaller, leaner and just right for a lighter appetite. Or you might look at it as the perfect delivery mechanism for a rich sauce – a red wine reduction or a horseradish cream would both work wonderfully. This cut also makes an interesting addition to a Butcher’s Cut Dinner, since so many people aren’t familiar with it. 

  • Kuroge Washu bulls raised in the U.S. and bred with American cows
  • No added hormones or growth promotants of any kind
  • Hand-cut by our master butchers
  • Individually wrapped
  • BMS varies depending on grade (learn more about our grades)
  • Product ships with dry ice to arrive frozen or chilled
The Teres Major comes from the chuck and is very tender and full of flavor.
The Teres Major comes from the chuck and is very tender and full of flavor.
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Sustainably Packaged

We have two important objectives in preparing your order for shipment. First and foremost, that your meat arrives in perfect condition. Second, that the packaging be as environmentally friendly as possible. We seal each steak in its own airtight wrapper and use dry ice to ensure everything stays frozen or near-frozen in transit. The insulating liner is water-soluble and can literally be washed down the drain or composted, and the outer shipping carton is fully recyclable, post-consumer cardboard.

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