Blade steak. The blade cut comes from the heavily exercised muscle in the shoulder section. It has a line of connective tissue down the middle, creating a tough steak best suited to a slow cooking or braising method to yield a tender result. Kept as a whole steak, diced or cut into strips for stir-fry, the blade is a versatile option. Pack size approximate to nearest 100g.
Chuck steak. For the best casserole or stew you need meat with plenty of muscle containing collagen - thats the tough stuff that turns to meltingly soft gelatin when cooked long and slow, giving the meat a moist and tender texture. A bit of extra fat in the cut also helps with keeping the meat soft and moist, and the excess can be removed from the top of the liquid after cooking. Pack size approximate to nearest 100g.