Dan and Laura learn about how changes in the beef industry have affected the meat on your plate, how to select a good cut of beef, and what a lifelong butcher would do if his son became a vegetarian. Then Dan cooks a steak.
If Mark Twain were alive today, we're quite sure he would be proud to wear The Sporkful fan's moniker: Eater. Why are the fat lines on a steak like a road map? Find out when we talk to the author of "Twain's Feast: Seaching for America's Lost Foods in the Footsteps of Samuel Clemens" about the gustatory passions of a
Dan M. was at our recent New York meetup, but apologized that he couldn't stay long because he was due to meet friends for a massive steak dinner. No apology was needed, since that's a perfectly valid reason to skip out of a Sporkful event. Before he left, we had a conversation about favorite steak house sides. I professed my