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How to Cook Steak, Grilling Tips, Cooking Steak Tips- GF Butcher Shop

GRILLING A STEAK IS EASY IF YOU ARE ARMED WITH THE
RIGHT TOOLS. HERE ARE SOME OF GEORGE’S GRILLING
TIPS TO HELP YOU BECOME A MASTER OF THE GRILL.

CHOOSE THE RIGHT KIND OF MEAT

At George Foreman’s Butcher Shop our butchers guide you to the perfect cut of meat. Some cuts of meat are better for grilling than others. Decide what you are in the mood for and how you want to cook it and let us help you pick the perfect cut.

QUALITY IS KING

At George Foreman’s Butcher Shop, we only sell quality meat so you know you're getting the best. We offer USDA Prime and USDA Choice graded meats that have great marbling. You can’t go wrong.

WARMING UP

Fully defrost your steaks in the refrigerator. When fully thawed. It is always a good idea to let your steaks come closer to room temperature before cooking them. You will get a much better finished product in the end. AND DON’T FORGET TO CLEAN AND PRE-HEAT YOUR GRILL ON HIGH.

‘TIS THE SEASON

George Foreman’s Butcher Shop steaks do not come seasoned because frankly they don’t need it. But if you want to season your steaks then just a little bit of salt & pepper is all you need.

OIL IT UP

Lightly oil everything before you put it on the grill. This helps the searing process and prevents sticking. A non-stick spray can be used if you prefer.

RESIST THE URGE

Once the meats starts cooking, leave it alone so you get great color and grill marks on the meat. Use George’s temperature chart to know the perfect doneness temperature for you. Aim to flip your steak only once. Don't puncture the meat while flipping; better to use tongs or a spatula that wont puncture the meat.

ON YOUR MARK, GET SET, GRILL

If you want to impress your family & friends with beautiful steakhouse grill marks, try your hand at diamond crosshatch marks. To do this, start you steak on a 45° angle across your grill lines. Then, about a quarter way through cooking give it a quarter turn. Then halfway through cooking give the meat a flip and repeat.

REST UP

Once your steak is cooked, take it off the grill and let it rest. Cover it with aluminum foil and let it rest for 5 to 10 minutes. This allows the meat to relax and the juices to redistribute. You will have the juiciest, most tender, and most flavorful steak money can buy.