Cooking steak over open flame is all about texture, temperature and smoky taste

05/6/2014 | Esquire.com

Summer is the season of cooking over an open fire so follow these five simple steps to grilling the perfect steak in the great outdoors, writes Josh Ozersky. Start with a cold cut of meat so the center remains red and juicy while cooking, throw a handful of wood chips in the fire to create a nice smoky flavor, and slather the finished meat with butter and herbs before serving.

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