Have you ever been to a steakhouse that raises its own cattle? Chianina raises cattle on an Iowa ranch from a special 2,200-year-old breed for which the restaurant is named. Until those earmarked bovines are ready for the grill, this steakhouse cooks Piedmontese beef, a similar species prized for leanness and a BMI so low it's reportedly healthy for you. When you eat it, you notice the meat is taut but not tough. You have to chew it; there's a slight resistance to your bite. But the beefiness is rich, and because it's coming from the muscle rather than the fat, it finishes clean. As for the healthiness? Well, that went out the window when you ordered one of the five different kinds of potato side dishes, most of them buttery and decadent.