New York Prime Beef, New York City’s premium steak subscription service, specializes in dry-aged prime cuts, fresh, never frozen, from the best ranches of the Midwest and Pacific Northwest. Of all the beef produced in the U.S., only 2% is certified prime grade by the USDA. New York Prime Beef sources, ages and expertly cuts unparalleled prime dry-aged steaks that offer that authentic steakhouse experience for the home cook and steak connoisseur. All steaks are dry-aged for at least 28 days or custom aged to order in NY Prime Beef’s state-of-the-art temperature-controlled dry-aging room in the Bronx. Specializing in American Wagyu, New York strip, Cowboy cuts, Porterhouse, T-Bone and Kobe straight from Japan, each steak is hand selected by the butcher, trimmed, packed and shipped out fresh, never frozen, overnight to anywhere in the U.S. And, as a special touch, each butcher personally signs each packet! Available to order at 1-800-SteakNY or newyorkprimebeef.com
This Memorial Day, New York Prime Beef will really shine on the grill. Here are some tips from Josh Tanner, chef and butcher at New York Prime Beef to study before you light up the charcoal.
1. Take your steak out of the fridge BEFORE you get ready to grill! Allowing it to come up to room temperature and salting your steak ahead of time will yield more consistent cooking and a juicier end product.
2. Get your grill HOT before you start cooking! While you’re waiting on your meat, you should get your grill ready. You want to have a HIGH side and a LOW side. One for searing and one-for evenly cooking. This is easy with propane. With charcoal, you’ll need to spread the hot coals so that one side is a bit higher than the other.
3. Use a thermometer! Investing in an inexpensive thermometer (instant read is nice, but the old fashion dial thermometer works fine) is a guaranteed way to get better results. Remove your steak at 125° F for a perfect medium rare.
4. Be Patient. You spent your hard earned money and time on grilling the perfect steak; don’t ruin it at the end. Allowing your steak to rest 10 minutes before slicing makes a world of difference.
Sample some expertly prepared New York Prime Beef for yourself at Dan’s Rosé Soirée presented by PORSCHE and Rock Angel After Party, the official kickoff event of summer in the Hamptons on Memorial Day weekend (May 28); the new Dan’s Corona MonTaco presented by Don Julio at Gurney’s Montauk hosted by Adam Richman, Travel Channel host, author, food & travel explorer on July 7; Dan’s ClambakeMTK at Gurney’s Montauk, back for its second summer on July 8. Get all the details at DansTasteofSummer.com. Follow Dans Taste of Summer on Facebook, on Twitter @DansTOS17 and Instagram @DansTasteofSummer. Event Hashtags: #DansTOS, #RoseSoiree, #MonTaco, #ClambakeMTK.