Happy 4th of July!
The 4 Don’t of Grilling Steak | Helpful Summer Grilling Tips
- Don’t use stew meat. Some cuts of beef just weren’t meant for the grill. It’s too tough meant from slow cooking. Use a porterhouse, ribeye, t-bone, strip steak and sirloin steak.
- Don’t give yourself food poisoning. Wash your hands, utensils and counters after handling raw meat. Nothing ruins a summer bbq like vomit.
- Don’t overcook the meat. Be careful. There is a fine line between medium and well done. Remember it will keep cooking once you remove it from the grill. The temperature will rise 5-10 degrees after it’s removed from the grill so take the steak off the heat a little before it’s done.
- Don’t over season the steak. If you paid good money for a t-bone why cover it up with sauces or seasonings? The meat has great flavor. All you need is a little salt and pepper. Keep it simple!