Summer is almost here, and that means that it is officially grilling season. When the weather gets warm, Americans like to grill. This summer, millions of Americans will either host or attend outdoor barbeques at some point. Traditional favorites such as hot dogs, burgers and steaks will soon be appearing at a grill near you.
While people have been grilling steaks for decades, some of the places that they are buying the steaks from have changed. Until fairly recently, purchasing steaks or other meats meant a trip to the grocery store or local butcher. Today, many people order steak online.
There are many companies that sell steaks online. When you order steak online, you do not get to see it up close, like you would in a grocery store. However, when you buy steak online the quality of the product is guaranteed. An online steak company will make sure that meat is packaged and shipped to get a high quality fresh product to customers. When you order steak online, there are usually a variety of packages and discounts available. In many cases, shipping is free.
Long before people started ordering steaks online, they began grilling with charcoal. Henry Ford invented the charcoal briquette in 1920. He had some help from Thomas Edison.
The word “steak” is from the Saxon word “steik”. It means meat on a stick. Henry Ford probably did not imagine that one day people could order steak online.
Beef comes from full grown cattle that is about two years old. For a cow, the average life span is about seven years. The oldest known cow ever was Big Bertha. She was 48 and also holds the record for producing 39 calves.
01 Jun 2013