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Sunday, June 15, 2014

This Video Is Everything You Need to Know About Steak Cuts

This Video Is Everything You Need to Know About Steak Cuts:



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This Video Is Everything You Need to Know About Steak Cuts

You've probably seen a number of different names and descriptions for various cuts of beef at the grocery store or at your favorite restaurant. This video from Pat LaFrieda explains every "steak" you'll likely see, where they come from, what they look like, and what they're good for in one fell swoop. P
Whether we're talking about ribeyes and new york strips, or hanger steaks and flank steaks, he goes through all of them, explains where you'll find them, and where you'd likely see them on the menu in a restaurant or what you can use them for at home. Perhaps most useful however is that you get to see what they look like, so you'll be able to identify them easily in the store, regardless of what your local supermarket labels them. If you're looking for a more visual, portable guide, this visual guide to beef cuts is a handy graphic to have around.

This Guide to Cuts of Beef Makes Sure You’re Never Confused at the Meat Counter Again

This Guide to Cuts of Beef Makes Sure You’re Never Confused at the Meat Counter AgainSEXPAND
It can be pretty challenging to shop for beef if you don't know the difference between a shoulder blade steak and a center ranch steak. The difference in cost, size, and preferred cooking method can throw off even the best home cook. Thankfully this handy chart makes sure you're always prepared when buying and cooking beef. P
The chart serves as a map to the cuts of beef you'll find in most grocery stores, along with icons indicating how that cut is best prepared—whether it's best on the grill, in a skillet, braised, roasted, stir fried, or even stewed. Plus, each cut is marked with its relative price, so you'll remember when you're in the grocery store which cuts are the more expensive ones, and what their average prices are so you can tell if you're getting a good deal.P
Hit the link below (or click the image below to enlarge) to see the chart in its full-sized glory, or to download it for quick reference later. At the very least, you'll see the parts of the cow that your favorite cuts come from, and see if there are any more options that are easier cooking or aren't quite as expensive.P
Cuts of Beef | Visual.lyP
This Guide to Cuts of Beef Makes Sure You’re Never Confused at the Meat Counter AgainSEXPAND
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