Delicious Summer Angus Beef Recipes

Delicious Summer Angus Beef Recipes

Loaded Garlic Steak and Cheddar Potatoes

Caribbean Ribeye Steaks With Grilled Pineapple Salad

Grilled T-Bone Steaks

All-Weather Grilling Tips
Everyday Advice

Use an ovenproof or instant-read thermometer to monitor doneness
An important rule when grilling is “look, but don’t touch.” Sear the surface of the meat to seal in those juices, then lower the heat. Resist the urge to do more – one flip of the steak is usually all you’ll need to finish.

Keep the grill rack clean and well-oiled
A little maintenance goes a long way in preventing your steak from sticking and those unexpected flare-ups.

Rainy Day Remedies
Don’t let rain cancel your cookout – follow these tips:

Stoke your fire earlier than usual
Wet weather makes grills work harder, use more charcoal to get things going.

Keep the grill lid closed as much as possible
If rain stays out, heat stays in, and food cooks faster!

Pre-cook meat using the “Reverse-searing Method”
Place steak in the oven on low, monitoring until internal temperature reaches 120°F. Remove from the oven and throw on a hot grill to finish up and give your steak the perfect sear (about 1 to 2 minutes total).

All-Weather
Grilling Tips
Everyday Advice

Use an ovenproof or instant-read thermometer to monitor doneness

An important rule when grilling is “look, but don’t touch.” Sear the surface of the meat to seal in those juices, then lower the heat. Resist the urge to do more – one flip of the steak is usually all you’ll need to finish.

Keep the grill rack clean and well-oiled

A little maintenance goes a long way in preventing your steak from sticking and those unexpected flare-ups.

Rainy Day Remedies
Don’t let rain cancel your cookout – follow these tips:

Stoke your fire earlier than usual

Wet weather makes grills work harder, use more charcoal to get things going.

Keep the grill lid closed as much as possible

If rain stays out, heat stays in, and food cooks faster!

Pre-cook meat using the “Reverse-searing Method”

Place steak in the oven on low, monitoring until internal temperature reaches 120°F. Remove from the oven and throw on a hot grill to finish up and give your steak the perfect sear (about 1 to 2 minutes total).

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