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Unread 07-07-2013, 06:05 PM   #31
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Major grocery stores around me (Wegmans and Tops) have them off and on for $5/lb during the summer, but they only stock a few at a time. They go up to around $8-$9 in the colder months.

A place near me called Market in the Square has them year round for $3-ish.

An even smaller place that's on my route to work is where I've been getting them- they sell them all day long at around $2.80. Last trip I bought 1 to cook and one to freeze.
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Jusy made a trek into one of 2 butcher shops in Melbourne that stocks Cape Grimm Beef.

A whole packer is $19.50 a kilo, so that's about 9 bucks a pound.

That sounds like a lot, but that Cape Grim is the closest thing to Wagyu you can get, perhaps even better considering Aussie Titch's recent Wagyu experiment.

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1.77 choice at walmart,.....found a black angus choice packer at HEB 1.77 lb also, I'm cooking that one this weekend!
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$1.37 lb. for choice packers at Krogers this week. Had to throw a few in the freezer.
The flats were so thin that I passed they would be jerky by the time they were done... I was kind of mad at Krogers...
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Costco in Kansas City is 2.43lb for a packer. Last one was "prime" grade. Love me some Costco!!!

+1, here in St. Louis, I picked one up for $2.39/lb prime grade.
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