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.

10 Oct

The Top 5 Most Common “Mis-steaks” and How to Avoid Them

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

From the Grilling Gurus of KC Steaks There are few things more tragic than a world-class cut of meat being ruined by sub-par preparation. It’s like trying to restore a work of fine art using finger paints. It should go without saying that we’re passionate about our meat at The […]

26 Aug

5 Filet Mignon Tips from the Kansas City Steak Team

By Kansas City Steak Company Tags : filet mignon,  steak 101 

It makes us sad, but we’re nearing the end of Filet Mignon Month. We hope you’ve filled your calendar and your stomachs with our tender Filet Mignon this August. To lead us down the homestretch this month, we’ve asked a couple of our longtime, trustworthy employees to share their own […]

08 Aug

10 Steps to the Perfect Filet Mignon

By Kansas City Steak Company Tags : steak 101,  tips 

Throughout the month of August, we’re celebrating the Filet Mignon. A cut so special and beautiful, it deserves its own month of honor. We started the month by telling you the most basic information about a filet, consider it your cheat sheet to the Filet Mignon. Today, we’re going to […]

01 Aug

What is a Filet Mignon?

By Kansas City Steak Company Tags : filet mignon,  steak 101 

August is Filet Mignon month. 31 full days of celebration. Technically we celebrate the filet all 365 days, but we give it some extra love in August. Each day in August, we’re going to show and tell you more about filets: what makes them special, how you should cook them, […]

20 Jul

Pack Your Cooler and See the States

By Kansas City Steak Company Tags : steaks,  summer 

With KC Steaks We’re halfway through July, and that means road-tripping season is almost over. Maybe it’s just the Independence Day afterglow talking, but there’s something distinctly American about a road trip. The independence of putting four wheels on the pavement, going your own way, and making pit stops whenever […]

10 Jul

Grill Profile – Traeger Grills

By Kansas City Steak Company Tags : grilling tips,  steaks 

This summer, we’re giving you an in-depth look at several grills and smokers. We’ve already profiled Bull Products and Big Green Egg. Both are tremendous choices for your backyard and our beloved steaks. Premier steaks deserve a premium grill after all. Today, we’re featuring the wood-fired Traeger Grills. This year, […]

05 Jul

Grill Profile – Bull Outdoor Products

By Kansas City Steak Company Tags : grilling tips,  steaks 

We kicked off our Grill Profile series recently to give you an in-depth look at several grills and smokers this summer.  Buying the right grill is a big decision and we want to arm you with the information you need. Plus, our beloved steaks shouldn’t just be tossed on any […]

24 Jun

Grill Profile – Big Green Egg

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

Throughout the summer, we’re giving our readers an in depth look at several grillers and smokers. We know it can be confusing when making such a big and important selection. After all, whatever you choose will be the trusted source to take care of our beloved steaks for your family […]

22 Jun

Grilling Hacks

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

Summer is in full swing, which means your grill is likely seeing lots of action. Neighbors are over for dinner one night and family is gathered in the backyard the next. Many nights, the grill is the hub of activity. And the gathering place for conversation. But even for the […]

12 Jun

To Sauce or Not to Sauce?

By Kansas City Steak Company Tags : steak,  steak 101 

That is the question… Of all the great culinary questions in history, perhaps none inspires more debate than steak sauce. Purists argue that steak sauce distracts from the meat itself, while “saucers” claim it only makes it better. So, which is right? Let’s hear from both sides of the great […]