How to Choose a Steak

For a less expensive but still flavorful beef, Chance Brooks, assistant professor of meat science at Texas Tech University, in Lubbock, recommends top blade or tri-tip, two cuts that 'give a great bang for your buck.'

For a less expensive but still flavorful beef, Chance Brooks, assistant professor of meat science at Texas Tech University, in Lubbock, recommends top blade or tri-tip, two cuts that "give a great bang for your buck."

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