[Photo caption from ABC website: Australian Wagyu was ranked as some of the world’s top quality beef in the World Steak challenge. Flickr: Kitty Chen.]
ABC News, 17 October 2015. Australia wins World’s Best Steak in first ever global challenge.
An edited extract of the original article has been reproduced below.
The steaks were high, but the word is in: Australia has the best steak in the world.
Australia picked up four gold medals and the title for the World’s Best Steak in the first ever World Steak Challenge, held in London’s Hyde Park.
The competition judged 70 steaks from 10 different countries including England, United States, Canada and Japan.
The top prize was awarded to Frank Albers for a Jack’s Creek Wagyu Angus cross that was 450 days grain fed…
The judges found that Australia’s grain fed Angus and Wagyu steaks had the best quality of beef of all the contenders…
- To view the original and unedited article, click onto Australia wins World’s Best Steak in first ever global challenge.
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- Australian Beef from Queensland
- Australian Beer from South Australia (Coopers)
- Australian Wine from NSW (Lindeman’s Wines)
- An event inspired by a horse race from Victoria
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