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Promoted item:An assortment of your favorite steaks!

An assortment of your favorite steaks!

  • Filet Mignons, NY Strips, Sirloins, & Ribeyes to enjoy!
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About Steak

The art of preparing a steak is at once delicate and experimental. Here's how to create the perfect seared rare steak. First and foremost, get a high quality cut of meat. While your supermarket grocer may have adequate steaks in-house, it may behoove you to go to a specialty butcher. Steaks with a lot of marbling tend to taste better, since the fat melts and tenderizes the meat during cooking. This marbling is part of the reason why Kobe beef is so highly sought after; this beef comes from a particular breed of cattle that originated in Kobe, Japan. Breeders have very strict regulations as far as feed and care of the cattle, and the 'Kobe' designation applies only to cattle cared for under these designations. The beef's low unsaturated fat content, high calorie count, and extensive marbling create a prime grade for which Japanese markets will pay hundreds of dollars a pound. In contrast, buffalo steaks are renowned for a low fat content and are prized by healthy eaters. When the skin is removed, buffalo has less fat than even white meats like chicken and turkey. Standards for keeping the meat pure and additive-free are high, and often people who do not care to eat or cannot eat red meat find themselves able to enjoy a buffalo burger.No matter which type of steak you're preparing, you can give it a great crust by rolling it in salt, pepper, and just a touch of seasoning before you put it on the grill. If you've got a great cut of meat already, you won't need too much else. Some chefs like to add a little butter and oil to the steak, but people who are worried about cholesterol may want to avoid this. You can marinate the steak in either a homemade or store bought marinate. Then again, a great slice of meat should be able to stand on its own in terms of flavor. You want to set your barbecue grill on maximum heat before you begin cooking. Once a steak is on the grill, avoid flipping it back and forth or taking it off the heat. Ideally, you should flip it no more than three or four times before it's completely done. To test the middle, slice into the steak with a knife or use a meat thermometer to gauge the temperature.On high heat, it should take only approximately 12 minutes to cook your steak completely, depending on its thickness. Remember that steaks continue cooking once you take them off the grill, so factor that into your process. Experimentation is ideal--it may take a few practice steaks before you become a true gourmet chef, but even failed attempts can be delicious in their own right.