Sunday, April 3, 2016

This Is Not How You Eat Kobe Beef

Hannah and I stopped in Kobe for lunch. Kobe is maybe most famous for its strain of Wagyu beef, a delicacy that can go for up to $150 a pound.


Kobe cattle have been bred over centuries to hold a tender, well-marbled texture in their meat.


Unfortunately, Hannah and I didn't have the time or the pocket cash to stop at a steakhouse so I bought a touristy burger made from Kobe beef. It was pretty good, but certainly not the right way to eat the world's best beef.