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Working in a butcher shop I think I know all the steaks that come my way there, but some of these names I've never heard of. I guess everyone has a name for something. The steaks I know are round, sirloin, tenderloin, New York(/strip loin), t-bone(which is made up of a tenderloin and New York) and they have a bit of a different look than the ones pictured here. -megan
Let's talk steak — a big, beautiful slab of beef. I used to only eat steak when my parents treated us to an old-school steakhouse, and while I relished every minute of those meals, the menu always intimidated me. What was the difference between a New York steak and a ribeye? Why was filet mignon so freakin' expensive? Whether you cook steak at home or save it for a special occasion out like we did, it's important to know your high-end steak cuts. Here are the four most popular ones, ...