Skirt steak is a cut of beef or bison from the diaphragm muscle, located between the rib cage and the loin. It is a thin and long cut of meat, with fibers running in a single direction. The diaphragm muscle is used for breathing, so the meat is relatively lean but has a notable amount of connective tissue. Skirt steak is often marinated and grilled or seared quickly, and can be enjoyed on its own or used in a variety of dishes such as fajitas, tacos, or steak sandwiches. The muscle fibers in skirt steak contain a high concentration of myoglobin, a protein that stores oxygen in muscle tissue, giving the meat a rich, red color.
All meat that we sell is Grass-Fed and Pasture-Raised by us at Farm Creek Meats and is butchered by our staff in our own USDA inspected Abbatoir. What sets us apart from any other meat on the market is that our meat never leaves our custody until we ship it to your doorstep. We are the cowboy butchers.
$18.99/lb. Avg. 1.2 lb.