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How to cook steaks on your stovetop that taste better than in a fancy restaurant

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How to cook steaks on your stovetop that taste better than in a fancy restaurant

Is there anything more satisfying than a perfectly seasoned steak cooked to your exact liking? For a meat-lover like me, there is not. Unfortunately it can be hard to get that steakhouse taste at home, unless you know a couple of culinary secrets.

Here is my tried and true method for cooking steaks. Once you start making them this way, you will never go back to your old habits!

1. Buy a good quality steak. I like a steak that has fat in it and around it, because it helps to keep it juicy and tender during cooking. My favorite cut to use is a ribeye, with or without a bone. If you can get a grass-fed steak it will most likely taste better than a traditional grain-fed steak. If you have lots of disposable income or someone in your life who thinks a box of frozen meat makes an ideal gift, I highly recommend placing an order with Oliver Ranch. Not only are they the best steaks I’ve ever, but they arrive in the mail with dry ice so you can do science experiments in your kitchen.

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