The Steaks Are High This Summer, So Here's How to Achieve Grilled-Meat Grateness

Grilled Steaks

Grilled Steaks

Photo by: Gary Scott ©2008, Gary Scott, All rights reserved.

Gary Scott, 2008, Gary Scott, All rights reserved.

Whether the arsenal of recipes in your back pocket has five dishes or 50, one of them should be a perfectly cooked steak. We're talking about a flavorful cut of beef with a crusty sear on the outside and a just-right temperature inside. So after grabbing some inspiration from the mouthwatering dishes on  Steak Out with Kix Brooks, use these six tips to grill like the best steakhouses from the comfort of your home.

To remember all of these tips — ranging from super-aggressive seasoning to low-and-slow heat — consult our quick and easy infographic below:

For more from Kix, check out his other steak-cooking tips and watch Steak Out with Kix Brooks on Tuesdays at 9pm ET.

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