Cooking Meat Inside Out


I want to tell you about this incredibly easy way to cook your steaks to perfection.  I tried it with some New Yorks recently and it was like eating a filet – so tender and juicy.
Season your steaks and place them on a cooling rack on top of a cookie sheet (foil lined for easy cleanup), in a 200 degree oven until the meat reaches an internal temperature of 125 (medium rare) to 135 degrees (medium). This can take as long as an hour. If you need to speed this up set your oven on 250 degrees.
Let the steaks rest until shortly before you are ready to eat. Place them in a very hot iron skillet or on a very hot grill for just a few minutes, flipping them once – cooking them just enough to sear the outside. You are not trying to cook the steaks here, just searing them. They will be cooked to a perfect medium or medium rare all the way through.
Try this with our Filets, New Yorks, Ribeyes, Top Sirloin, Sirloin Tip, Flat Irons, Tri Tips, or Hanging Tender Steaks. Let me know how your steaks come out. I think you will agree with me that this is the best way ever to cook a steak.

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