Even if you are an avid meat eater navigating the world of beef can be intimidating. With so many beef cuts on the market - and each one requiring a specific cooking method - things can get a little confusing.
To help you choose the right cut of beef the Cattlemen's Beef Board and National Cattlemen's Beef Association have come up with an infographic that is a real life saver. It highlights 60 different beef cuts, what part of the animal they come from and the best methods for cooking - including grilling, broiling, roasting and slow cooking.
All of the information is color coded and there are pictures of every cut, making the chart easy to navigate. Hey, it may even inspire you to try a new cut of meat. Check it out (click on the image to enlarge).
This is your basic beginer breakdown of beef cuts, if you want to learn more visit our latest Beef Cuts Chart Post - a post that's packed with detailed info on every different beef cut.
Now that you are familiarizing yourself with beef cuts how about learning the differences in grades of meat? Click on the image below to learn how to distinguish quality meat like USDA Prime from lesser grades like canner.
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