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New York Strip Steak

New York Strip Steaks are a favorite of mine. Almost every time I got into a new steakhouse it's the cut that I order to "put the place to the test". New York Strips have a firmer texture than a filet, but also a bit more flavor.Continue Reading...
In this recipe video, I show you how to cook a couple of New York Steaks. The New York Steak is one of my favorite cuts. It's got a bit more flavor than a Filet Mignon, but is still very, very tender. It also has enough fat to form a nice crust when seared properly over very high heat.Continue Reading...

Kobe (Waygu) Steak

In this recipe video, I show you how to pan roast a Kobe Steak. Now, before you yell at me, what I’m cooking is Wagyu, the American version of Kobe, but the cooking techniques are just the same.Continue Reading...

Steak and Mushrooms

In this recipe video, I show you how to make a classic combination – Steak and Mushrooms. I’m using a New York Strip Steak, and some King Trumpet mushrooms but these same techniques can be used for any steak and mushroom combination out there.Continue Reading...
Cooking the perfect New York Strip Steak is easy - provided you know the right techniques. Strip Steak is cut from the short loin of the cow. It's a tender cut of steak, not quite as tender as Filet Mignon, but it packs more flavor. It's fairly lean, so it lends itself to very fast, very high heat cooking, to develop a flavorful outside crust, while keeping the center rare to medium rare. If you must, go ahead and cook it to medium well, or well done...but the steak won't be as tender or juicy. Below are our favorite New York steak recipes & sauces and I'm sure you'll find some you love. More importantly, you'll learn how to buy the best New York Steaks and how to cook them perfectly - Learn how to grilled them, cook them in the oven, broil or pan roast them. With the right cooking technique & a bit of practice, you're steaks will be better than your local steakhouse!

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    Blue Cheese Butter Steak Sauce

    The craving: Entice me with meat and thrill me with edge.

    The palate: racy but creamy.

    The dish: New York Strip with Blue Cheese Butter Sauce

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    How to Grill New York Steaks

    New York Steaks are sometimes called New York Strip Steak, Kansas City Strip Steaks…or just the abbreviated Strip Steaks. It’s is one of the most common cuts in restaurants, from the most expensive Steakhouse to the restaurant chain down the street from you. For good reason. New York Steaks have a great flavor (typically more than a Filet Mignon), while still being very tender and juicy.

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    New York Strip Steak

    New York Strip Steaks, are one of my favorite cuts.  It has more flavor than a Filet Mignon thanks to the natural fat in the steak, and a great texture, that's maybe not quite as tender as the filet, but still very very nice.  One of my favorite ways to cook New Yorks, is on the grill, but today, I’m going to show you a technique using a cast iron pan.

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    New York Steak With Garlic Parsley Butter

    New York Strip, is one of my all-time favorite cuts of steak.  Cooked to a perfect medium rare, the New York Strip has great favor, a tender texture, and is perfect with all the traditional steakhouse side dishes.  The quality the meat, as always is super important, and here I’m cooking some of the best from Certified Steak and Seafood.

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    Kobe (Waygu) Steak

    Kobe steak is literally and figuratively a different bread of steak.  The steaks come from the Kobe bread of cattle, and Kobe itself is trademarked to beef coming from Japan.

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    Steak and Mushrooms

    When I talk to people about cooking steak at home, two things frequently (and I don’t understand why) come up.  First, that cooking steak is hard.  Second, that steak, is steak, is steak…there’s no real differentiation.  Well I’ve addressed the first point before; cooking steak (in fact most red meat) is not hard if you understand a few basic techniques.  Below you can link over to my five simp

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    How to Pan Roast Steaks

    I love a grilled steak.  Getting the beautiful smoky char on the outside of the meat adds a great flavor and texture, but the grill is not your only steak option.  Too many of my friends don’t think about cooking a steak “indoors”, but really there’s no reason they shouldn’t.  In fact, pan roasting a steak gives you the opportunity to add some additional flavors that are harder to do on the gri

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