t-bone steak

How to Cook T-Bone Steak

Steak cuts can be challenging to tell apart, as many of them have similar features that could leave you wondering if you’re choosing the one you intended. But that’s not the case with the T-bone, with its bone that’s literally…

skirt steak bloody mary grill

How to Cook Skirt Steak

Skirt steak mimics other long, thin cuts of steak, like flank steak, in looks, but this cut deserves attention that it doesn’t usually get. Skirt steak is less well-known than some other seemingly more decadent cuts, but it’s definitely one…

flat iron steak

How to Cook Flat Iron Steak

Not all steaks look like they were destined for the cover of foodie magazines. Flat iron is one of those cuts that doesn’t always look as enticing as more decadent cuts, like the ribeye or New York strip. Still, it’s…

cutting beef roast

Beef Roast Trussing Guide

Have you ever picked up a beef roast — or chicken or pork, for that matter — from the grocery store or a local butcher that’s been tied with string both lengthwise and widthwise? If so, you’ve found a trussed…

cooked tomahawk steak in cast iron skillet

How to Cook Tomahawk Steak

In the world of steak, there’s virtually no beef cut that’s as eye-catching and dominating as the rustic, meaty tomahawk. Tomahawk steak is easily one of a food photographer’s most prized pieces of meat, practically coming to life in photos.…

sirloin steak

How to Cook Sirloin Steak

Sirloin steak is a steakhouse staple. But what makes it so special? For starters, several cuts of steak come from the sirloin area of a cow, so there’s plenty of sirloin to go around. Therefore, it isn’t the priciest steak…

ribeye steak served on plate with vegetables

How to Cook Ribeye Steak

There are few steaks as well-known as a ribeye. This flavorful cut is one of the most common to find at your favorite steakhouse. It stands out on its own with a complementing side dish, like baked tomato or grilled…