Shared on the BBQ and Bottles YouTube channel, the video entitled “How to Cook a Steak in the Oven – Cote de Boeuf,” has garnered more than 115 thousand views in just over a month. People want to know how best to cook their favorite kind of beef. Here in Texas, despite a plethora of ways and means to do so, we tend to tune in when a good cut looks even better!
Searing a 3.8-pound, bone-in ribeye, the video below features cast iron cooking at some of its finest. This process works well for a very thick cut of steak, to avoid having a scorched exterior when the interior is finally done to perfection. The step-by-step guide in the video walks you through the process for “consistent wall to wall doneness when searing a thick steak in cast iron, so this method is an alternative (and frankly easier) way to ensure you can get a perfect medium rare all the way through your steak.”
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The BBQ and Bottles YouTube channel features meals that can lovingly be made for and shared with friends and family. It recognizes the dinner table as “one of the last few places where everyone puts their phones down to connect again as humans.” The channel hopes to inspire more people to barbecue or grill at home and create lasting memories with family and friends.
The near-11-minute video above on cooking a steak in the oven features two great things we love here in the Lone Star State – beef and cast iron cooking! Our stories of great meals we’ve successfully made from a delicious cut of Texas beef are legendary. Fast on their heels are those revolving around cooking using that rugged cookware we’ve all come to know and love. It’s tough to beat the feeling that making a great meal and enjoying it with our friends and family has generated over the years. BBQ and Bottles works to incorporate our love of all things epicure with our need for simple methods and easy-to-follow instructions that will make us look like gourmets in the process. If you have a fascination with cooking the best steak on Earth, you might want to take a look at the video above, head to the butcher, and get started on your next Texas beef fest at your own dinner table!