Cuts of Beef

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An easy-to-use guide to cuts of beef. The chart shows where each cut of meat comes from on the cow, how much it costs and how to best cook it.




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—CUTS OF BEEF-- A CHEAT SHEET FOR MEAT TREATS THE BEEF SECTION of the grocery store or butcher can be confusing even for the most devoted omnivores. How is a tn-tip steals different from a New York steak? What about Sirloin tip? To give you a better understanding of where your beef comes from, we have taken the most popular retail cuts and charted them according to... well, where they belong on the cow. We also tell you how much they cost and the best cooking methods for each. Dig in! --Cooking Methods-- Skillet Stir Fry Grill Marinate a Grill Stew Braise Roast Pot Roast . --Cost-- Inexpensive Moderate Expensive up to $4 up to $6.50 up to $6.50 Rib: Rib Roast Rib Steak Ribeye Roast Boneless Ribeye Steak Boneless Back Ribs Short Loin: Porterhouse Steak T-Bone Steak Top Loin Steak Bone-in Top Loin Boneless Tenderloin Roast Tenderloin Roast Chuck: Chuck 7-Bone Pot Roast Chuck Boneless Pot Roast Chuck Steak Boneless Chuck Eye Steak Boneless I Shoulder Top Blade Steak Shoulder Top Blade Steak Flat Shoulder Pot Roast Boneless Shoulder Steak Boneless Shoulder Center Ranch Steak Shoulder Petite Tender Shoulder Petite Tender Medallions Boneless Short Ribs Sirloin: Tri-tip Roast Tri-Tip Steak Top Sirloin Steak Boneless Round: Top Round Steak Bottom Round Roast Bottom Round Steak Western Griller Eye Round Roast Eye Round Steak Round Tip Roast Round Tip Steak Sirloin Tip Center Roast Sirloin Tip Center Steak Sirloin Tip Side Steak Brisket: Brisket Flat Cut Short Plate: Skirt Steak Fore-shank: Shank Cross Cut Flank: Flank Steak