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How To Season a Steak Perfectly

When it comes to grilling the perfect steak there’s a method to the madness and it starts with seasoning.

Unlike most things pertaining to Backyard BBQ and Grilling there is little debate about how to season a steak. My go to steak is usually Ribeye, while Alli liked Filets. The one thing we can agree on is more than half of the battle to a perfectly grilled steak is in the seasoning.

As a BBQ person, I sometimes get sucked in with BBQ Rubs and Gourmet Steak Blends. Truthfully, more often that not these are overkill. I want to taste the steak, and I want to taste the cut of meat without it being all BBQ Rub.

How To Season a Steak

This one is simple…we like coat all sides of the steak with Cracked Black Pepper and Lawry’s Seasoned Salt. From there we place it on a hot grill that has grates lightly hit with olive oil.

[NOTE: Lawry’s is also the worst kept Secret BBQ Ingredient for Texas Pitmasters.]

Seriously, that’s all you need to perfectly season a steak. Don’t complicate things and go full tilt with the spices. In this instance all you want to do is compliment the flavor of the beef.

The next time you are in charge of the grill — give this a shot. You will not regret it.
[Also, check out our favorite beer pairings and wine pairings for steak.]

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