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
With so many different cuts of beef—from the 7-bone chuck roast to the tri-tip roast—figuring out the best way to cook a piece of beef can be confusing. This chart from the Cattlemen’s Beef Board and National Cattlemen’s Beef Association can help.
In just one cow, there are dozens of cuts waiting to make it to your dinner table, and all of them are different thanks to where they are on the cow. The degree of tenderness, flavor and color are based on the type cow: whether it was factory farmed or grass-fed in pasture, whether the particular muscle was well-worked or hardly used, how a butcher chooses to cut the meat, and more. For the full guide visit us here: http://paleo.co/beefcutsguide