I know it’s not for everyone but a good steak, when it’s cooked perfectly with just the right level of char forming a thick crust on the outside, can be one of the most simple and delicious things to eat on the planet. There’s got to be some neanderthal part of the human brain that lights up whenever you eat a bit of chargrilled animal and there’s none that lights up my prehistoric synapses quite like a nice hunk of cow. It's proper caveman tucker.
Cooking a steak well (and not well-done) is the key itomaking sure you’ve got the best possible eating experience on your hands but making sure you’ve got the best cut of steak for the job is just as important. This guide will hopefully help you avoid making a meat-based faux pas anytime soon and teach you about all the different cuts of steak there are. From the leanest cut of steak to the most expensive steak cut, these are all the different cuts of steak you should probably know about. Drop some of this knowledge the next time you go to your favourite steakhouse. They’ll be very impressed. Probably.