Steak can be a wonderful choice for dinner. Between all the different cuts from ribeye to T-Bone to New York Strip to all the different ways to prepare the meat, you could have steak every night of the week and never have the same thing twice.
But steak can be intimidating; you wanna make sure it's got a good marinade or dry rub and then there's the whole how long to cook it debate. I like my steak medium rare. The problem I kept running into though, was how do you cook the steak so that it's medium rare on the inside and not charred to a crisp on the outside? Turns out it's pretty easy -- keep the flame at medium and make sure to flip it a few times. That way it'll have a nice crisp outside and be perfectly tender inside. And if you're in a rush, as I often am, there's nothing better than a dry rub. Just throw together some of your favorite herbs and spices, rub it all over the meat, grill, and you've got yourself a delicious steak that everyone will think you got at a five-star restaurant.
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