Grilling The Perfect Steak…
There’s nothing more all-American than a good grilled steak. Whether you’re turning the knob on a gas grill, firing up a charcoal grill, or setting up a portable grill at a tailgate party, we’ve got the low-down on grilling the perfect steak.
Whatever your favorite cut of steak, however you prefer your steak cooked, whichever type of steak rub or marinade you use to dress up your steak…we’ve got great grilling tips, techniques, and instructions so that you can grill the perfect steak.
Rare steaks, medium-rare steaks, medium steaks, medium-well steaks, or yes, even well-done steaks…we’ve got steak grilling times for all of your favorite choice cuts of meat.
Want your steak to be more flavorful or less flavorful? More tender or less tender? Bone in or bone out? Click around our website pages on the different cuts of steak, and you can choose the one that best suits you, your family, and your guests.
Need specific gas grilling tips for steaks? We’ve got those, too. Most grilling tips are simple, quick, and easy-to-follow. Chances are, even a backyard barbeque aficionado will learn something new.
Ribeye Steaks, New York Strip steaks, Flank steaks, Top Sirloin steaks, Steak Kabobs, Filet Mignon steaks, T Bone steaks, Porterhouse steaks, and more…heat up your grill and get your fork and knife ready. It’s steak time!
Please note that pink slime (which has been in the news lately) isn’t in steaks, only ground beef products.
Grilling Steak Facts
-To avoid cross-contamination when grilling steaks, use one spatula and plate to carry raw food to the grill and use a different plate and spatula to bring the cooked food to the table.
-The average American eats 60 pounds of beef per year.
-Always served grilled steaks with sharp steak knives, the sharper the better. A dull knife will make your guests think the steaks are tough, even if they aren’t.
-When you’re done grilling your steaks, let them set for a few minutes on a platter before serving them.
-You can enhance the flavor of your steaks by rubbing salt, pepper, and a touch of garlic on both sides of the meat before grilling your steaks.
-Want to throw a potato on the grill? Wrap it in foil, poke a fork into it, and leave it on the grill for 30-45 minutes, and you’ll have a “grilled baked potato.’