Everybody loves a properly grilled steak hot off the barbeque.
However, if you buy cuts of beef thinking that the more expensive the steak the better, then you may be disappointed when it comes time to eat that steak!
If money is no object, go for the rib eye, the tenderloin, the Porterhouse/T-bone or the strip; but if you’re looking for value for money try a flat boned sirloin for a great beefy flavor, or even cheaper, a top round steak. ~Source
Choosing Cuts Of Beef
Understanding the different cuts of beef and their individual characteristics will help you determine the best cuts to buy for various dishes and the best way to prepare your meat.
These are some excellent tips for choosing the right cuts of beef:
- Each Cut Of Beef Explained
- Chart: Cuts Of Beef Made Easy
- 10 Tips To Buy The Best Beef Available
- Which Cut Of Beef Is Best For Steak?
- Cuts Of Steak Explained
Most important is to realize you don’t need to buy expensive cuts to enjoy meat so tender that you don’t even need a knife to cut it. ‘Low and slow’ will make any piece of beef tender and delicious!
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