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7 Ways to Cook a Better Steak

Men's Health Logo By Nicole Russin-McFarland of Men's Health | Slide 1 of 7: <p>Buy bone-in steaks whenever possible. The bones in cuts like the Porterhouse keep the muscle fibers stretched. When heat hits the meat, these fibers want to shrink.</p><p>If these fibers can’t shrink, due to the bone, the meat stays tender.</p><p>– K.C. Fazel, executive chef of TENDER Steak & Seafood at Luxor</p><p>No matter what cut of beef you’re cooking, you can use this <a href="http://www.menshealth.com/nutrition/freeze-steak-to-make-tender">Super-Easy Hack to Make Any Steak More Tender</a>.</p>

#1 Roll with the bones

Buy bone-in steaks whenever possible. The bones in cuts like the Porterhouse keep the muscle fibers stretched. When heat hits the meat, these fibers want to shrink.

If these fibers can’t shrink, due to the bone, the meat stays tender.

– K.C. Fazel, executive chef of TENDER Steak & Seafood at Luxor

No matter what cut of beef you’re cooking, you can use this Super-Easy Hack to Make Any Steak More Tender.

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