Reverse Sear Cowboy Ribeye Steak

What is a Reverse Sear? Reverse searing is a steak cooking method that flips the traditional cooking of a steak upside down. Usually, when you cook a steak, you quickly sear it all over on the outside, and then lower…

reverse seared flat iron steak

How to Reverse Sear Flat Iron Steak

Flat iron steak comes from the muscled shoulder area of a cow. Although this area gets a workout, the way a butcher cuts flat iron keeps it surprisingly tender. However, it’s still a relatively thin steak, so if you don’t…

reverse seared strip steak

How to Reverse Sear Strip Steak

Strip steak is a steakhouse staple, and it might even be a common addition to your favorite dinner recipes at home. But instead of grilling it or pan searing it, have you tried the reverse sear method? If not, continue…

reverse seared skirt steak

How to Reverse Sear Skirt Steak

The long and skinny skirt steak may not look like those bulky, mouthwatering steaks at the local steak restaurant, but that doesn’t mean it’s unworthy of your dinner plate. In fact, skirt steak comes from one of the most flavorful…

ready to eat reserve sear sirloin steak

How to Reverse Sear Sirloin Steak

Cut from the sirloin area of a cow near the place the T-bone and porterhouse come from, sirloin steak has plenty of the beefy flavor that steak enthusiasts yearn for. However, it can be relatively thin compared to some more…

ready to eat reverse seared tbone steak

How to Reverse Sear T-Bone Steak

Grilling may be your usual go-to method to cook T-bone steak, but it’s certainly not the only way to get this delicious cut ready to serve. In this guide, we’re going to talk about reverse searing and why it’s one…

reverse seared flank steak served with french fries

How to Reverse Sear Flank Steak

Flank steak comes from the abdominal area of a cow, so as you’d expect, it can become tough if not cooked properly. That’s because of its muscle content that needs some extra TLC during the cooking process. Reverse searing is…