These past few months, especially the Fourth of July, have been the perfect opportunity for most people to bring out their grills to their backyards and hold a barbeque party for their family and friends. In fact, the summer season has almost been made synonymous to outdoor barbeque parties, and everyone just can’t get enough of the taste of grilled hamburgers and steaks.
From tenderloins to flank steaks, everyone’s mouths will start to water just thinking about the way meat sizzles on the grill and the aroma it gives off as it slowly cooks above burning wood. Everyone is definitely in love with steaks, but what exactly is it about grilled steaks that make them so delicious and mouthwatering? Wonder no more, for the American Chemical Society (ACS) has provided an in-depth look into the things that make grilled steaks a truly extraordinary culinary masterpiece.
Treating yourself to a steak dinner sounds like something easy to do. After all, you’ll just order a piece of meat and dig in. However, there’s a lot more that can go into your steak than just being a piece of meat. If you want to get the most out of your steak dinner night out, there are a few things you need to know.
The Meat Itself
The most important thing about your steak is the particular cut of meat that you’re ordering. Many Jersey Shore restaurants, like Prime 13, have a wide array of choices for your selective palate. The first thing that you have to consider is the quality of the beef. The highest and best is the USDA Prime, which is incidentally only provided to restaurants. Prime beef comes from young cattle that has been carefully and intensively fed, which results in very good quality meat.