Often debated in the carnivore community is the Kansas City steak vs New York strip steak. I’m going to discuss these two cuts in this blog, and add a third twist — the Boston Strip Steak. You’ve obviously heard of the New York Strip Steak and the Kansas City Strip Steak, or you wouldn’t be …
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This blog about grilling the perfect NY strip steak is one of the most visited blogs on my site. It’s popularity made me realize there’s a real need to understand the nuances of grilling different cuts of beef, and explaining how to grill ribeye steak. Here, I’ll discuss not only how to grill ribeye, but …
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Today, I’m using a prime 5th bone tomahawk to demonstrate the reverse sear technique using a gas grill.
I’ll outline a very simple step-by-step process for grilling these steaks and dispel a few myths along the way.
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