Just over the Bloomington border, near where Highway 100 and Interstate 494 meet, lies the Twin Cities newest steak forward restaurant, Lela.
These salts work great on all cuts of beef, bringing out the natural beef flavors and helps with forming the crust, especially on the leaner and less expensive cuts like the flat iron steak.
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You might not expect Executive Chef Brad Berg to be searing scallops at Pittsburgh Blue. “I guess sometimes I’m surprised we do sell a lot of seafood here,” Berg said.
For a business with “no moniker,” this St. Micheal, Minn. retailer sure has made a name for itself.
There’s nothing quite like a juicy restaurant steak, the most decadent thing on many menus. But why is that prime cut so expensive?