If you are a carnivorous foodie, the smell of a steak on the grill or even the thought of a steak on the grill can make your salivary glands water to a near ravenous drool. Perhaps it is the combination of fire and the smell of food roasting that awakens a distant primal desire. One thing that remains consistently true is that grilling is one of the best ways to cook and flavor a steak.
Typically, there are 5 levels of steak “doneness”. They are: Rare – Seared on the outside with about 75% pink on the inside (125F), Medium Rare – Seared on the outside with about 50 % pink on the inside (130F), Medium – Seared on the outside with about 25% pink inside (140F), Medium Well – Nearly cooked throughout with only a hint of pink (150F), and Well Done – Brown throughout, no pink at all (160F)
So then, What is Blue Rare?
Read the full article, Blue Rare Steak Grilling Guide: Is It Really Good? by contributing writer, Jason McLay on www.artofgrill.com