Where are feather steaks cut from?
Our Feather steak is cut from the shoulder of the animal. Feather blade is made up of connective strips running through, which when cooked break down and release a complex blend of flavours. Feather steak gets its name from the seem of cartilage running through the centre of the steak. Although it looks the same as the cartilage you might see in other cuts, it’s far more yielding – as it doesn’t do a lot of hard work – and melts easily with short cooking, imparting both moisture and delicious flavour.