Grass-fed Petite Tender

From the Chuck
 

The petite tender (aka: teres major) is a small, seldom used shoulder muscle.

Shhh, this is our little secret: Due to lack of use, the petite tender is arguably the second most tender cut after the tenderloin. An excellent cut of beef for a dinner of 2. Can be pan seared, roasted or grilled. 

Recipes & Tips
 

Teres Major…ly…WRONG! (The verdict is in)
http://colescuts.com/2012/03/04/teres-major-ly-wrong/

Braising tips – Esquire.com
http://www.esquire.com/features/recipes-for-men/ESQ0307braise

2frugalfoodies.com
http://2frugalfoodies.com/recipes/dinner/teres-major-with-a-cabernet-reduction/

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