Steak 101

We know steaks because we are the steak authority. We want to help you find the best cut and achieve the best results with our products.

09 Jan

Everything You Need to Know About Tomahawk Steaks

By Kansas City Steak Company Tags : Cowboy Steak,  Thick cut steak,  Tomahawk Steak 

If the steak world could have a “buzzword,” there’s little doubt that “Tomahawk” would be it. Although a relative newcomer to the scene, we’re not surprised the Tomahawk steak has grabbed the attention of everyone who loves thick cut ribeye steaks. Grill masters and steak lovers across the globe have […]

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25 Jul

How to Avoid the Most Common Grilling Mistakes

By Kansas City Steak Company Tags : grilling,  grilling tips 

Summer is the quintessential season for grilling steak. In these warmer months, steak aficionados across the globe unite in their quest to achieve the perfect grilled steak at home as they research not only how to grill steak, but also how long to grill steak, the best way to prepare […]

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20 Jun

How to Grill the Perfect Ribeye

By Kansas City Steak Company Tags : grilling tips,  steak 101 

A perfectly grilled ribeye is unquestionably a great cause for celebration. To help you achieve ribeye celebrity status, we’re taking you to what we affectionately call “Ribeye School.” Buckle up and read on for our tried and true tips that will teach you everything you need to know about grilling […]

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13 Jun

How to Bring the Steakhouse to Your House

By Kansas City Steak Company Tags : steak 101 

The heat is on and the tantalizing aroma of perfectly grilled steak wafts through the air each weekend. Backyard barbecue buffs around the country rejoice that grilling weather has officially returned as they pull on their “steak swagger” and work to improve their grill game.    For the greater good of […]

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04 Apr
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The Ultimate Fridge Clean Out Guide You Never Knew You Always Needed

By Kansas City Steak Company

Close your eyes for a moment and picture this. You have just arrived back from a long day and unlock the door to enter your favorite space: home. You kick off your shoes in the entryway as you flip through the mail, then drop it on the table before heading […]

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16 Mar

Quick Start Guide to Defrost Steak

By Kansas City Steak Company Tags : defrosting steak,  grilling tips 

Spring is just days away, and we think we speak for everyone when we say, “It’s about time!” Spring training, sunshine, windows open, and the tantalizing aroma of perfectly grilled steaks wafting through the house… What’s not to love? As the days grow longer and we ready our patios, decks […]

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30 Aug

How to Grill the Perfect Filet Mignon

By Kansas City Steak Company

This month, we’ve given you 31 Ways to Filet, covered The Way We Filet: A Guide to Filet Mignon, and now, for the coup de grace of Filet Mignon Month, we’re giving you the simple steps for how to grill a perfect Filet Mignon. It doesn’t take much work, but […]

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13 Aug
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The Way We Filet: A Guide to Filet Mignon

By Kansas City Steak Company

We know a thing or two about Filet Mignon.  Not to say we’ve written the book, but we have been quoted in a few of the chapters.   Seen as the most romantic of steaks, Filet Mignon – or dainty filet in French – is frequently the centerpiece of Valentine’s Day […]

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08 Aug

Late Summer Cool Down: How to Enjoy Steak Cold

By Kansas City Steak Company

Eating a steak fresh and hot from the grill is one of summer’s delights. The smell, juice, and seared crispy bits are what summer grilling is all about. When you get into the heat – and sometimes humidity – of late summer, however, eating a 135-degreee steak on the patio […]

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02 Aug

31 Ways to Filet

By Kansas City Steak Company

This August, we’ve decided to celebrate our butter-tender, cut from the center and aged, Super Trimmed™ Filet Mignon. So, with 31 days in August, we decided to give you 31 ways to filet.  That’s 31 ways to cook, season, sauce, top and cut Filet Mignon. Some are pretty obvious, but […]

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