Getting a Perfect Sear
Every griller strives for that picturesque sear, but a great sear does more than prettify a steak. "Searing seals in both flavor and juices," said Todd Simon, senior vice president and fifth-generation family owner of Omaha Steaks. "For perfect searing, grill the product at a high temperature of 500-to-600 degrees, just long enough to brown the surface." Use sturdy tongs to flip the meat and then reduce the heat for the duration of the grilling process.
Todd Simon; Senior VP of Omaha Steaks; Omaha, NE