09Dec, 19

A Complete Guide to Steak

Let’s talk steak — a big, beautiful slab of beef. I used to only eat steak when my parents treated us to an old-school steakhouse dinner, and while I relished every minute of those meals, the menu always intimidated me. What was the difference between a New York steak and a ribeye? Why was filet mignon so expensive? Written by CHRISTINE GALLARY https://www.thekitchn.com/shopping-for-steak-here-are-the-4-cuts-you-should-know-207368 …

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08Dec, 19

How to Cook Different Types of Steak

Unless you’re crazy about steaks, you may not know how to cook all the different types perfectly. No matter who you’re cooking to impress, be it family, a date, or yourself, this guide will be of infinite help to you. Learn about the variety of beef steaks and how to cook them, from sirloin to hanger steak. Check From Hanger Steak to Sirloin article written by Gene Gerrard https://www.thespruceeats.com/beef-steaks-and-how-to-cook-them-2313278 …

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02Nov, 19

How to Buy Meat

Learn grade-A secrets on how to buy beef, chicken, pork and other meats; you’ll ace the meat counter and only bring home the good stuff. RACHAEL RAY EVERY DAYUPDATED:NOV https://www.rachaelraymag.com/food/how-to-buy-meat

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12Dec, 18

The Most Exciting Butcher Shops in America Are Restaurants

If you’re following the latest food forecasts, you’ll know that plant-based diets will be huge in 2018. Americans, however, will consume a record amount of meat in 2018: an average of 222.2 pounds of red meat and poultry per person, according to Bloomberg. Meat is cheap (especially because producers are raising more animals), and high-protein diets remain popular. Also at a new high are the number of superior butcher shops that double as restaurants. Across the country, meat-oriented chefs are fronting places that cater to the demand for aged cuts, expertly made sausages, and cured meats. These …

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