The Lady Steak
In a world that’s constantly changing and innovating, meat is stuck in the dark ages. We’re here to change that.
Enter the Lady Steak, the antithesis of that fatty, flavorless, industrialized hunk of meat grown for the grill.
It began as a joke among our team of mostly women. The Lady Steak brand was born out of a desire to speak directly to our customers, many of whom are women, about our shared values. But it stuck, and has become shorthand for everything we believe meat can and should be.
With the Lady Steak, we’re reimagining small portions, big flavor and healthy eating. Convenient, delicious and fun, Lady Steaks are for everyone, especially those of us who know that we can change our world with the food we eat.
Custom-cut from the same muscles that give us tender premium steaks like the ribeye, New York strip and tenderloin, Lady Steaks are the most flavorful and delicious cuts from the cow. We rely on our dedicated wholesale customers to buy the other cuts so that we can save the steaks for you! That makes your purchase of our Lady Steaks critical to our commitment to a whole animal program.
How to Cook a Perfect Medium-Rare Lady Steak
If there's anything better than the exceptional quality and flavor of Carman Ranch beef, it's how simple it is to prepare.
Just three steps and fourteen minutes are all that stands between you and dinner!
- Remove the meat from the package and pat dry with a paper towel. Place the steak on a plate and season well on both sides with salt.
- Heat a small, heavy skillet over high heat with a light slick of oil to cover the bottom of the pan. This is a good time to turn on your hood fan!
- When oil is hot but not smoking, carefully lay the steak in the pan. Set a timer for 2 minutes and stay close! After 2 minutes, turn the steak over and cook 1/2 to 1-1/2 minutes on the other side, depending on thickness.
Remove the steak from the pan to a cutting board to rest for 10 minutes while you dress the salad and dish up the rice. Don't forget to rest for the full 10 minutes! It's important to keep the delicious juices in the steak and not on your plate.