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VIDEO: How to Cook the PERFECT New York Steak

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The steps are easy, but the most important step of all: craft beef from one of Crowd Cow's worlds-best independent providers.

1: Season with salt and pepper. Great beef doesn't need sauces and harsh spices. Let the meat stand on it's own.

2: Heat a cast iron pan to HIGH and use avocado oil or similar to sear all sides. About two minutes today.

3: Put the cast iron together with the steak into a 325F oven for 12 minutes.

4: Take it out and let the steak rest on a clean cutting board for a few minutes. Do not cut into the steak. Do not touch the steak. Let the steak meditate as the juices redistribute inside, gloriously..

5: Enjoy your PERFECT New York Steak.

Purchase craft beef New York steaks at Crowd Cow: https://www.crowdcow.com/products/new-york-strip-steaks

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