Steak is the pinnacle of all entrees. Sure, we’ll all try something exotic every now and then. We’ll let famous chefs convince us to experience some new dish. Those are fine, but at the end of the day, we all come back to steak. We do that because it’s so delicious. If you’re hankering for a great steak, you have an important decision to make. What side are you going to pair with it? Here are some ideas to get your appetite going.
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There's really nothing quite like a well-cooked steak. It pairs perfectly with just about anything, it's extremely versatile, and it's great for any occasion and in any setting.
While the cooking method and surface you use are certainly important, a great steak actually starts with a great cut of meat. You can have the best seasoning, the best grill, and the best cooking tricks up your sleeve, but if you’re starting out with a mediocre cut of steak, the steak will be, well, mediocre.
It’s a long-held debate among serious steak lovers: Which is better — porterhouse or ribeye?
Though strongly held opinions exist on both sides of the fence, each of these two cuts has some serious merits that place them at the head of the pack in terms of steak quality. But is one really better than the other? What sets these two cuts of steak apart? We’ve got the details below.
With schools closing down, public gatherings being canceled, and millions of people losing their jobs, the COVID-19 pandemic is changing life as we know it. As we all are trying to cope with a boost in coronavirus cases, millions are also forced to deal with changes happening at the workplace. While tons of people have lost their jobs, others are still needed to work their positions, including those in medical, banking, and home service settings. However, restaurant employees are also needed during this crisis. Even though restaurants aren’t currently providing dine-in service, takeout and delivery are still available at many establishments. But even with serious measures in place to limit the spread of COVID-19, restaurants must take extra precautions to ensure safety is the top concern. In this post, we’ll discuss some of the leading ways restaurants are helping to stop the spread of COVID-19.