A great grilled T-bone takes some attention to detail, but the payoff is a big, beefy steak that's hard to beat. The key to getting the strip and the tenderloin to cook evenly? It's all about positioning.
How to Grill T-Bone Steak
T bone steaks are almost always on the favorites’ list of meat lovers. Try out different T bone grill steak recipes and add to your cooking repertoire. Determine ways of grilling T bone steaks using various kinds of seasonings.
How to Grill a 1-Inch T-Bone Steak
Timing and technique are the keys to grilling a 1-inch-thick T-bone steak to perfection. This thicker cut requires different treatment from a T-bone, for example, 1/2- to 3/4-inch thick. While grilling a thicker steak may be a bit trickier, a benefit is that with proper attention, your steak is less likely to dry out during cooking. To increase...
The Ultimate Beef Jerky & Beer Pairing Guide
Experience the amazing combination of beef jerky and beer with our ultimate beer & jerky pairing guide. Local Kansas City restaurant owner pairs our beef jerky and steak bites with the perfect brew.
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How to Cut a T-Bone and Porterhouse Steak
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How to Preserve Beef Jerky
Why Wouldn't You Beef Jerky?
How to Maximize Jerky Shelf Life
How long does beef jerky last? Does jerky go bad? Eventually, yes – although drying and dehydrating products can extend the time they can be safely consumed, this doesn’t make them indefinitely shelf stable. While jerky lasts for much longer shelf life than its fresh counterpart, the way you store it usually determines its shelf life.
How did Beef Jerky Get Its Name?
Most information concerning how the dried strips of meat we call jerky got its name takes to the form of folk etymology. The most common erroneous feature of such word origin stories is that they tend to look for lexical cues in the word, which often leads to quite convincing etymologies that turn out to be mistaken. Since the word "jerk" already has a quite clear meaning in English, this folk etymology claims that beef jerky got its name because strips of dried…
Beef jerky is widely known and loved, but with the growing popularity of other meats used for jerky there plenty of other options, including turkey jerky. While both are low in fat and make a great healthy treat the whole family can enjoy, there are some nutritional differences between them that may help you make the choice of which is the best jerky for you. They are generally available in the same flavors, which include teriyaki, original, peppered, and hot and spicy. Regardless…
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Tomahawk steaks, top sirloin, and good cheese
Just another reminder: Please give us your Kitchen Klutz stories by going to this page on our website Top sirloin is most versatile (say that like either Bill or Ted), and when Pete Marczyk says that this is his favorite cut of beef, he means it, darn it. The top sirloin comes from just below the tenderloin; they are lean, juicy, and intensely flavorful with a deep beefy taste, and they are spectacular with a marinade or rub. Here is some sage…
How to cook the perfect Tomahawk steak.
Nail the perfect medium rare on a monster bone-in steak with these easy to follow step by step instructions. Here's how to cook a Tomahawk steak.
Smoking Steak: The Definitive How-To Guide to Smoked Perfection
Grilling tends to be the go-to outdoor cooking option, but we’re hot on smoking too. To begin smoking steak, you’ll need four key supplies...
The Butcher's Guide: What is a Top Sirloin?
The top sirloin is a naturally lean, thick cut of steak with a bold, beefy flavor - great for grilling. Learn more about top sirloin in our butcher's guide.
Butcher's Guide: What is a Tomahawk Steak?
The tomahawk steak, also known as a bone-in ribeye or tomahawk chop, is a well marbled, rich and buttery big, thick ribeye with a long bone still attached.
How to Actually Cook a Giant Steak
How to cook a giant steak is a question we get asked a lot, but it’s actually not difficult at all; we promise it's rewarding!
Guide to Steak and Wine Pairings
Chefs and sommeliers from the nation’s top steakhouses share tips for getting the most out of your favorite cuts, including filet mignon, rib eye and more.