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Strip Steak

The strip steak, also known as New York or Kansas City strip steak, is considered prime beef along with filet mignon, ribeye steak, and porterhouse or T-bone steak. Strip steak comes from the lower sirloin, the portion of the original loin that starts with the sirloin removed to form the bone-in strip loin. What is Strip Steak? The main muscle that makes up the Strip is the longissimus dorsi, which is also the main muscle of the ribeye steak. It runs from the hip bone to the shoulder blade and is a very soft muscle. Since they're usually a single muscle, strip steaks don't have much connective tissue and fat. They do, however, contain high levels of intramuscular fat, or...

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Sirloin Steak

The sirloin steak comes from the original sirloin steak, there's nothing elusive about this cut, it's a good, simple, uncomplicated steak! We always find sirloin steak among the most popular products and we thought we'd provide this Sirloin Butt guide to help make sure you know all you need to know about it. This issue focuses on everything from its flavor and texture to where you can get it, as well as some of the best recipes, and after reading this guide, you'll be a Sirloin Butt expert. So what Is Beef Sirloin? According to The Spruce Eats, the tenderloin is one of the two main subcuts of the original cut of beef tenderloin, which runs from the 13th rib...

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Flank Steak

One of the tastiest and probably toughest cuts of meat you'll ever eat is called a flank steak. Flank steak is used in a variety of dishes, including London broil, and as an alternative to the traditional fajita skirt steak. It can be grilled, pan-fried, roasted or braised for added tenderness.Grain (meat fiber) is very evident in flank steak because it comes from a well-worked part of the cow, and many chefs cut the grain to make the meat more tender. So,What is flank steak? If you are not familiar with it and have never tried cooking it yourself, then you are in for a real treat.This issue focuses on the story of flank steak and tips for serving it....

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