Black River steak on grill with Extra Tender stamp

The Cowboy Way

How to grill the perfect steak

When grilling the perfect steak, the meat is the most important part of the process, which is why we use only the finest cuts of beef, hand trimmed and aged to perfection.
Black River raw steak on grill

Step #1

Brush the grill with vegetable oil and preheat to medium high. When ready, place the steak on the barbecue at a 45° angle.
Tip: A hot grill will help to maximize sear and lock in flavour.
Black River steak on grill cooking

Step #2

Next, turn the steak over, grilling on the same 45° angle to achieve those picture perfect grill marks.
Black River steak on grill turned over

Step #3

Turn the steak over once again, this time grilling it on the opposite 45° angle.
Tip: To make sure you don’t overcook your steak, get yourself a good meat thermometer and grill until it reaches your desired doneness.
Black River steak on grill cooked on both sides

Step #4

Finally, turn the steak over and grill on the same 45° angle again.
Tip: Before serving, remove the steak from the grill, cover with tinfoil and let it rest for a few minutes. This will help redistribute some of the essential juices that were lost during the grilling process. Enjoy!

Doneness Defined:

Rare – Internal Temp: 140°F / 60°C
Medium Rare – Internal Temp: 145°F / 63°C
Medium – Internal Temp: 160°F / 71°C
Medium Well – Internal Temp: 165°F / 74°C
Well done – Internal Temp: 170°F / 77°C

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