There's nothing like that bite of crunchy and tender carne asada or the salty crusty taste of a ribeye steak. To help your weekend be a fiery success, we are continuing our Grilling 101 Series with "The Basics of Grilling Beef." Whatever your beefy fancy, these basic tips and techniques will get you closer to showing off your grilling skills instead of just guessing your way through.
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For many people, grilling is the preferred way to cook beef. Tri-tip is an excellent cut of meat for grilling – it's flavorful and tender when cooked properly. This blog post will teach you how to grill tri-tip so that it comes out perfectly every time! We'll go over the technique, the time, and the temperature you need to cook it to perfection. So fire up your grill, and let's get cooking!
The brisket is one of the most popular cuts of meat for smoking, and it gives the meat a smoky flavor that is perfect for barbecue lovers. If you're looking to smoke a brisket, you need the right equipment. A hybrid grill is ideal for smoking meats like brisket - and the Encore from American Made Grills is one of the best hybrids on the market. This blog post will show you how to smoke a brisket on a hybrid grill, using the Encore as our example.
There are two types of steaks that reign supreme when grilling: a New York Strip and a Ribeye. Both are delectable, but they have particular distinctions. The differences between a New York Strip and a Ribeye aren't just about the cut or fat content. They're two distinct sorts of steak with distinctive flavor profiles and cooking techniques. We'll go through the distinctions between these two cuts of meat so you can make an educated decision when you're shopping for food! Use this information to help you pick the finest steak for your next dinner.
You're ready to grill up that steak, but something doesn't look right. How can you tell if the raw steak has spoiled? This guide will teach you to know if a raw steak is rotten. You'll learn about the different signs of spoilage, including discoloration, sliminess, and foul odor. You'll also learn how to store raw meat properly to prevent spoilage.
Both Porterhouse and Ribeye steaks are delicious for weekend barbecues, but they are very different. Coming from different parts of the steer influence their price, taste, size, and accessibility. You can grill both steaks, but Porterhouses are often cooked with the bone attached, while Ribeyes are typically cooked without sauce. Read on to find out the Differences between Porterhouse and Ribeye and what makes each cut unique and dynamic!
Today's meat markets are filled with different types of beef to purchase, from grass-fed to organic and grain-fed beef. With varying costs, how can you tell which is the best option? In this post, we'll look at the differences between grass-fed, organic, and grain-fed beef to see which is superior and assess the advantages and disadvantages of each.
The best cut of beef is not an easy question to answer. Ribeye and filet mignon are both high-quality cuts of meat, but they offer different textures and flavors. Revered and pricey, both cuts offer a tender texture, but for various reasons. This blog discusses the differences between ribeye and filet Mignon, how each steak tastes, and what preparation methods work best for them.
Wagyu and Kobe beef are two world-renowned types of beef that come from different parts of the world and have varying tastes. Wagyu is more common, while Kobe beef is considered rarer. In this blog, we will go over the differences between Wagyu and Kobe, their origins, main characteristics, what you should be looking for when purchasing these cuts of meat.
We are breaking down what makes wet-aged and dry-aged beef different and how it works. Read on so the next time you purchase a pricey cut of meat from your favorite butcher or specialty food market, you’ll have all the information necessary to make an informed decision about which product is best for your needs.