Beef Cut Info From Your Favorite Restaurant
It’s Friday night and you and the family want to get out and about and have a nice meal together. You know you want a steak, and the rest of the family seems to agree.
You set out in search of a steak restaurant and find Montana Jack’s. You’re greeted with a warm hello and great smile as you’re escorted to your seat. You sit down to the menu to find that you already know what you want. A classic plate of steak and potatoes will do for tonight, and the rest of the family follow suit. As you eagerly wait for your steak you wonder, what are the types of steak that you could eat?
As you sit and ponder this question, we have come up with a list of the different types of steak you should know, so that you can order them in the future and enjoy.
The first thing to understand about beef cuts is that there are main cuts, and sub cuts of those areas that exist, for now, we’ll explore the main types of beef cuts.
Forequarter Steak Cuts
The Chuck – This is where you get your bone in chuck steaks, boneless steaks. This meat is also ground for burgers.
The Ribs – This is where you get your short ribs from. As well as Prime Rib Steak, and Rib Eye as well.
Brisket – This part of the cow offers meat that is used for barbecue, corned beef, and pastrami.
The foreshank – This type of meat can be found in stews and in soup. Because it is such a tough meat, it isn’t used for much else.
The Plate – This portion of the cow also offers meat for short ribs, while also serving the purpose for pot roasts and fajitas.
As you can see, there is quite a bit to know about the cuts of beef that you could order. This is just one-half of the cow that we got to talk about, so stay tuned to our next blog for more on beef cuts. Enjoy your time at the best restaurant in Billings, at Montana Jack’s.