With BBQ season fast approaching we’ll all be getting ready to cook up some nice pieces of tender meat for our guests, but what cut of meat should you buy? What are the differences of the different cuts of meat available and how exactly should you be cook steak?
This food infographic from Lark and Larks sets out some of the common cuts of meat you will find at your butchers with some nice information on their cost, fattiness and just how tender they are.
There’s a nice chart that show’s exactly where each cut of meat on the animal comes from and the end of the infographic shows you exactly how to cook each one from blue rare to well done.
If you want to buy it right and make sure it cook right, this is a great place to start.
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