Grilling

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For generations beef lovers have satisfied their desire for delicious meals by grilling over an open flame. If you like it seared, smoked, and juicy, remember Stockman & Dakota for you next backyard occasion.

Directions

  1. Prepare gas grill according to manufacturer's directions for medium heat.
  2. Remove beef from refrigerator and season with herbs or spices as desired. Place on cooking grid.
  3. Grill according to chart, turning occasionally. After cooking, season beef with salt, if desired. Remove from grill at 145° F (medium rare) to 160° F (medium).
Beef Cut Thickness Time
(Minutes)
New York Strip ⅓ inch 7 to 10
1 inch 11 to 15
Porterhouse ⅓ inch 9 to 13
1 inch 15 to 19
Rib Steak, Small End ⅓ inch 7 to 10
1 inch 10 to 15
Ribeye Steak ⅓ inch 7 to 9
1 inch 9 to 14
T-Bone Steak ⅓ inch 9 to 13
1 inch 15 to 19
Tenderloin Steak 1 inch 11 to 15
1½ inch 16 to 20
Top Sirloin Steak ⅓ inch 8 to 13
1 inch 13 to 16
1½ inch 24 to 30

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