I love to grill. And I'm always looking for ways to step up my game. I found a list from the chef of Wall St.'s oldest steakhouse. Normally, I hate lists that are titled "9 ways you're doing this thing wrong" or "you've been doing this thing wrong your whole life." It seems like I see a lot of those, and it makes me think "don't judge me!"

But anyway, even though I didn't like the headline, there was definitely some useful information. Some of these I already knew...for example, never poke the steak with a fork to see if it's done...and don't cook steak fresh from the fridge. But some of this was new to me. For example, re-seasoning the steak before serving, and don't put the steak on a grille that isn't steaming hot.

Here's the link: