Well browned and charred lightly on the outside, tender and juicy on the inside – perfectly grilled meats have the power to make even grown men shed tears of joy and satisfaction. You know what makes everyone else cry for other reasons besides joy? An overcooked or undercooked, dry piece of meat chop.
Among the many methods for cooking the perfect steak, wood fire grilling is an art usually reserved for the pros—and dedicated cooks. It takes a lot of experience to capture that smoky flavor without over charring the meat, and while gas grills seem to be a bit more convenient, the difference in tastes is worth the effort of grilling over wood fires.
Over the years, many ways have been discovered to cook steaks—from pan-searing to broiling—but for some people, nothing beats a wood fire grilled steak in satiating one’s craving for great-tasting meat. This is because this style of cooking releases different and enticing aromas and flavors out of the slabs of meat while giving the grillers the feeling of roughing it out as they use a traditional yet effective method of grilling meat. On that note, if you live in New Jersey, and you’re fond of occasionally dining out to savor a serving of wood fire grilled Angus beef tenderloin or rib-eye steak, here’s what you need to know about the succulent treat that you’re enjoying.