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top round steak

Also known as the London Broil or Fajita Steak, the Top Round Steak is a tender, lean, and versatile cut of meat perfect for stir-fry, fajitas, and other broiled, pan-fried, or slow-cooker meals. It should be thinly sliced, against the grain.

new york steak

The New York, or Strip Steak, is a premium steak, known for its tenderness and buttery flavor. This steak is perfect for grilling, pan searing, or sautéing for an impeccable steak dinner that can’t be beat.

t-bone steak

T-Bone Steaks, like Porterhouse Steaks, include a “T”-shaped bone which separates the strip steak and tenderloin. The T-Bone Steak is located in the middle of the Short Loin where it intersects with the Tenderloin cut (the Short Loin and Tenderloin are the most prized cuts of a cow). In effect, a T-bone comprises meat from a New York Strip and a Filet, thus making it a prized and delicious steak. Cook to medium of medium-rare on a grill or broiler.

porterhouse steak

The Porterhouse may be the best steak you’ve ever had. Very similar to the T-Bone Steak, it is located in the very back of the Short Loin, and therefore has a larger piece from the Tenderloin than a T-Bone does. It is both the New York Steak and Filet Mignon in one! Like all Short Loin steaks, it is unbelievably tender with a rich, mouthwatering flavor.

top sirloin steak

The Top Sirloin Steak is comparable to a T-Bone or Porterhouse, but without the price tag! It is tender, flavorful, and a family dinner favorite. Unlike the T-Bone and Porterhouse, it is boneless and does not include any meat from the Tenderloin. Add your favorite spice rub and cook on a grill or pan-sear for a fantastic steak dinner.

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