How to Cut a Ribeye into a Heart for Your Valentine's Day Dinner

How to Cut a Ribeye into a Heart for Your Valentine's Day Dinner

Valentine’s Day: a time for love, romance, and...steak. This year, we’re slicing straight to the heart of the matter—quite literally. If you’ve ever wondered how to cut a ribeye into a heart, the answer is as simple and sweet as love itself: you just cut it into a heart. There ya go.

But let's get into the meat of this romantic gesture. Forget the flowers that wilt or the chocolates that disappear too quickly (though, admittedly, they're pretty great too).

This Valentine's Day, grill your significant other a juicy, red, medium-rare, heart-shaped ribeye. Because nothing screams "I love you, babe" louder than a carefully crafted piece of steak, seared to perfection, and served with a side of genuine affection.

Step 1: Find a beautifully marbled ribeye. The more marbled, the more love, obviously.

Step 2: Lay your ribeye flat on a cutting board. Stare into its marbled beauty and envision the heart within.

Step 3: With a sharp knife and a steady hand, trim the edges to form the top of the heart and cut straight down the middle, just enough to shape the bottom point. Voilà! A steak-heart.

Step 4: Season that beauty—because even a heart needs a bit of spice. Add some Carvers Prime to make your steak-heart unforgettable.

Step 5: Grill to that perfect medium-rare. Because if you're going to say "I love you" with steak, say it right.

In the end, while cutting a ribeye into a heart might seem like a small gesture, it's the thought, the effort, and the deliciousness that counts. A heart-shaped ribeye for Valentine's Day dinner? Now, that's a love language we can all understand.
Remember, folks, it’s the little things—like a perfectly grilled piece of steak—that capture the heart. This Valentine’s Day, let’s toast to love, laughter, and steak. Lots and lots of steak.