Over at the cabin blog, I put together a guide to grilling up the perfect steak.
I am ashamed to admit it but until an intervention at Le Beefteque in Toronto I used to order and cook my steaks until they were well done. No marinade, no prep. We just slapped them on the barbecue and overcooked them. That meant that I wasn’t really a big steak fan as who likes to eat overcooked beef.
A couple of years ago I finally got serious about how to prepare and cook a steak. It starts with the right marinade, a Jaccard meat tenderizer, cooking it perfectly, letting it rest and so on and so on.
This year I finally got my act together wrote it all up in one post. Let me know in the comments if I have missed anything or have anything wrong.