Beef Cuts

Dry heat, moist heat, slow cook, slow roast, grill - so many choices with beef!
Prime Rib
Prime Rib Grilling Steak and Prime Rib Oven Roast
One of the more popular cuts of meat, this is a great cut for grilling and oven roasting. Great for throwing on the BBQ on a weekend, or into the oven for a nice family meal.
Inside Round
Inside Round Oven Roast or Inside Round Marinating Steak
A nice cut of meat most popular for oven roasting. This is also a great flavourful marinating steak.
Inside Round  Marinating Steak
Outside Round
Outside Round Oven Roast or Outside Round Marinating Steaks
Another great cut of meat for roasting. Most commonly roasted in the oven, it can also be a great marinating steak.
Sirloin Tip
Sirloin Tip Oven Roast or Sirloin Tip Marinating Steak
Similar to the outside and inside round, this is a nice cut to roast In the oven, or to make into marinating steaks.
Sirloin Tip Oven Roast
Sirloin Tip Marinating Steak
Top Sirloin
Top Sirloin Grilling Steaks or Top Sirloin Oven Roast
Great steak for grilling, and a great oven roast. Lots of flavour, and lots of versatility to this cut of meat.
Top Sirloin Grilling Steak
The loin can be used for three different cuts of meat: the Porterhouse and T-Bone, the Sirloin, and the Tenderloin. All of these steaks are great for grilling. When filling out a cut sheet, you can usually get one or the other of these cuts, because they all come from the same area on the cattle.
Porterhouse Steaks and T-Bone Steaks
T-Bone Grilling Steak
Striploin Steaks
Tenderloin Grilling Steak
Tenderloin Grilling Steak
Whole or Rolled Brisket Roast
The brisket is a great cut for slow cooking, or slow roasting. Great for the smoker, or to made into stew. Often used for corned beef or smoked brisket
Whole Brisket
Cross Rib
Cross Rib Marinating Steaks or Cross Rib Roast
The Cross rib is a wonderful cut of beef for cooking in a slow cooker for a long period of time. It can be used for marinating steaks, but the large piece of collagen that runs directly through the middle of it makes it hard for barbequing. Most often it is cooked as a slow cooking roast.
Cross Rib Pot Roast (left) and Marinating Steak (right)
Chuck (Bottom Blade)
Bottom Blade Marinating Steak or Bottom Blade Pot Roast
Properly known as the bottom blade, this is a nice piece of meat for slow cooking. Great for marinating steaks as well as roasts, this cut has lots of flavour, and is very versatile.
Bottom Blade Marinating Steak
Bottom Blade Roast
Flank Steak
Flank Marinating Steak
A great steak for marinating and slow cooking on a BBQ.
Flank Marinating Steak