Hanger steaks and filet mignon are two very different cuts of meat. Despite their differences, both can be very flavorful when cooked with the right techniques. In order to determine which is right for you and your guests, let’s compare them in another BBQ Showdown.
When choosing a grill, look for one that suits your budget and lifestyle. Get a grill that is both affordable and easy to use. Pellet grills and gas grills are two of your options and both offer a number of the same benefits such as the fact that they both start quickly and are easy to use. There are also a number of significant differences.
If you want to become a grilling expert, it is important to learn about the two main ways to cook over an open flame: smoking and grilling. What are their main differences? Is the flavor from one different from the flavor from the other? We will consider these questions and more as we look at smoking vs. grilling in another BBQ Showdown.
Gas grills have been around for a long time and are among the popular options for grilling. Gas grills have been marketed as an easier way to grill when compared to charcoal grills. Infrared is a newer option that aims to do away with some of the drawbacks of both gas and charcoal grilling. What are the pros and cons of each? Is one easier to use than the other? Below are answers to these and other questions as we look at infrared grills vs. gas grills in another BBQ Showdown.
Skirt and flank steaks have both become more popular in recent years. Previously, they were almost unknown and were more likely to wind up being used for ground beef or being eaten by the butcher. Only recently have they begun to show up on restaurant menus thanks to celebrity chefs making people aware of their existence.
These two steaks have similarities in that they have coarse muscle fibers and are typically tough unless the right methods are used to cook them. Both should be cooked to rare over a high heat. If they are cooked past rare, they become extremely chewy. Both of these steaks should be cut across the grain when you are serving them. This will maximize their tenderness. What’s more to tell between these two cuts? Let’s explore in another BBQ Showdown.