Steaking New Territory

Alternative cuts offer more flavor on the grill
Sam Gugino
Issue: June 30, 2005

Everyone knows about grilling New York strip steaks and filet mignon. But restaurant chefs and savvy home cooks have gone beyond these ubiquitous and expensive cuts of beef to seek out less-pricey and very flavorful steaks such as the flatiron, hanger, skirt, tri-tip and hip.

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