If you’re here, you probably love a great steak.
But here are a few fun tidbits you might not know about our beloved beef. Read on!
Although meat has been grilled since shortly after the discovery of fire–some 500,000 years ago–it did not become a popular pastime until the 1950s.
Depending on the cut of the steak, it may take between 10 and 30 minutes to cook on the grill; thicker cuts, such as filet mignon and T-bone, generally take the most time to grill.
Grilling is an exceptionally healthy method of cooking steak and other kinds of meat because excess fat drains away rather than being consumed.
The charcoal briquette was invented in 1920 by Henry Ford, with help from Thomas Edison.
Most injuries related to grilling are caused by improper use of starter fluid, such as adding additional fluid after lighting an outdoor grill.
If you want to produce “grill marks” when making steak, avoid moving the steak except to turn it–only once–during the course of cooking.
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