We are back with another steak experiment! We are cooking New York Strip Steaks, two ways, and seeing which one turns up the tasty! Tesla of T-Bones Our friends at Porter Road sent us these delicious dry aged New York Strip Steaks that we are putting to the test! We are going to cook one steak using Ghee (also known … Read More
What is a T-Bone Steak?
The T-Bone Steak derives its eponymous name from the “T shaped” bone that runs through the center of the steak, as seen in our picture. On one side of the “T” is the strip steak (commonly referred to as the New York Strip Steak) on one side and and tenderloin (also called the Filet) on the other. These two cuts are … Read More
What is a Strip Steak?
The Strip Steak is a well known cut of beef, commonly available in grocers and in restaurants. The Strip Steak has several monikers including (deep breath): New York Strip Steak Kansas City Steak / Strip Steak Manhattan Steak Shell Steak Hotel-Cut Steak and the much lesser known Ambassador Steak The Strip Steak can be served either boneless or bone-in. At Red … Read More
All Natural Steak vs. Store Bought Steak – A Cook-off
There’s a lot of “fat” to cut through in the world of food (pun intended), especially when you consider all the talk about organic, natural, gluten free, genetically modified organism (GMO) free, free-range, grass fed, etc, etc. There’s definitely a trend towards organic and all natural steak, which tend to be considered more expensive, but are they… really? And if so, is it worth the money? If … Read More