How many calories are in that ice cream? How much sodium is in the juice? Nutrition labels have answered many of our questions but not quite all, especially in the one section of the supermarket where we need it the most.
When you walk down the aisle and press your hands onto the cold glass windows, you're on your own. Fortunately, not any more! For the wallet and health conscious, we've compiled the best cuts of meat to stretch into a pleasing meal.
To achieve medium rare results (125 degrees before resting), grill meat quickly on high heat (you'll see the times below!). Before slicing, make sure to let the cuts rest (typically for 10 minutes, although thicker cuts may need longer and vice versa for smaller pieces). Last but not least, pair the cuts with a spicy butter (check out this recipe for a spicy, savory sriracha butter) or salsa for added flavor! And remember, for 4 people, one pound of meat should do.Read More »from 4 Killer Steaks to Raise the Stakes on Your Next BBQ