Category Archives: OSU

Innovation with the Vegas Strip Steak


May 30, 2015  We stop by the OSU Student Union’s Rancher’s Club to sample the new Vegas Strip steak. Interviews […]

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OSU’s Vegas Strip Steak now licensed to a regional processor


May 28, 2015 • By Matt Cohlmia / OSU News and Information Vegas Strip Steak, the cut of steak developed […]

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Rebranding beef: Industry markets more affordable cuts of steak


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By David Pierson October 26, 2013, 5:00 a.m. For generations, beef shoulder was a blue-collar cut of cow, fit for the […]

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OSU-FAPC Helping To Launch New Beefsteak


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STILLWATER, Okla. – On April 17, 2012, the Vegas Strip Steak® was unveiled exclusively as the “newest” beefsteak at the […]

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Rancher’s Club claims a new ‘steak’ in the marketplace


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When you think of dining in Stillwater, many people don’t think of “patent pending” appearing on the menu next to […]

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OSU Researchers Hit The Jackpot With The Vegas Strip Steak


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Researchers at Oklahoma State University have discovered a new cut of steak. It’s called the Vegas Strip Steak, but you […]

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New Cut of Steak Really Causing a Sizzle


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We stop by the OSU Student Union’s Rancher’s Club to sample the new Vegas Strip steak. Interviews include Sous-Chef Kyle […]

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Vegas Strip Steak muscle revealed


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Let’s get this out of the way: It’s the subscapularis. The Vegas Strip Steak, developed by meat scientist Tony Mata […]

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OSU’s Vegas Strip Steak Patent Application Moves Forward


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    STILLWATER— When they announced the discovery of the Vegas strip steak last year, Oklahoma State University researchers were tight-lipped […]

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Oklahoma State University’s Vegas Strip Steak Patent Application Moves Forward


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When they announced the discovery of the Vegas strip steak last year, Oklahoma State University researchers were tight-lipped about the […]

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