1 A dry rub always adds pep to a steak. And, potatoes (we like fingerlings) and a farm-fresh salad will surely seal the deal. Top it off with a dipping sauce (our favorite is herb butter!). Bon appetit!
2 Enhance your flank steak’s flavor by tenderizing with a marinade of your own making. Hint: We tend to stick with five basics: salt, sugar, acidity (like soy sauce), oil, and seasonings.
3 Focus people, focus! Hanger steak is best when cooked quickly on high heat producing a lovely char that preserves its juices – and tastes out of this world.
4 Combine strip steak, a sprig of fresh rosemary, and a few cloves of garlic in an oiled skillet. Brown. Shift skillet to oven (preheated to 425◦) for just a few minutes. Add roasted potatoes, perhaps a tomato salad. Some good music. The rest is history.