High-quality meat
for grand BBQs

BBQ Star. Everyone's a star.

Real BBQ fans aim for superb quality. With BBQ Star, you put a robust piece of high-quality meat on your BBQ. It’s delicious as it is but even more tasty with the herb rubs included. Each of the seven types of BBQ Star meat comes with a unique mixture of herbs, which has been put together by experts.

BBQ Star is ideal grillmasters and for BBQers who want to become great. Our handy tips for preparation will help you to grill your barbecue meat perfectly. Surprise your guests. Make your barbecue superb with BBQ Star.

Côte de Boeuf

Côte de Boeuf is the king of all steaks. It is not without reason that the British call it Prime Rib. It is a robust and extremely tender steak on the bone. Our Côte de Boeuf comes from the Simmental cow, which is kept in the German Alps. And you can taste the difference.

Flat Iron Steak

Flat Iron Steak is a thin steak shaped like the bottom of an iron. Hence the name given to it by Americans. Flat Iron Steak comes from the cow’s shoulder. The secret? Steak without the sinew is extremely tender and is bursting with flavour.


Picanha on the BBQ? In Brazil they know exactly what to do with it. The Brazilians thread the heavenly steaks onto skewers and grill them on charcoal. Picanha isn’t Picanha unless the rump cap of the cow has a good layer of fat as this ensures your steak has plenty of flavour and is very tender when it comes off the barbecue.


According to many, Ribeye is the tastiest and juiciest steak. This is because Ribeye is delicately marbled, so it stays very tender. Even if you grill it medium on the barbecue. Is there a tastier steak for on the BBQ? Discover for yourself.


Porchetta (pronounced porketta) is the number one Italian BBQ classic. Porchetta is rolled up pork belly with the rind on and delicious Italian herbs. A kind of roulade but as you have never tasted it before. Deliciously tender on the inside and crispy on the outside.

Pulled Pork

Pulled Pork is a hit among many barbecue fans. It is a treat to prepare, let alone to eat. The meat is from the pork collar: the shoulder. The trick is to cook it slowly for a long time, after which you can easily pull the meat apart. It will attract hungry guests like bees to honey.


Spareribs on the BBQ are a mouthwatering treat. The conditions? Good meat, well barbecued. Buy your ribs from BBQ Star, and you will be putting the most delicious 1 star Beter Leven [Better Life] quality label Spareribs on your rack. Lovely size. Without visible bones, so-called shiners. For ‘fall off the bone’ ribs!