Father's Day around here involves a new tradition.
After spending the day with the kids playing baseball, video and board games, the meat party gets started. Kids get tucked in bed just as the lump charcoal gets lit and the tomahawk steak from Fraser Valley Meats is sitting on the counter waiting for some basic seasoning.
The Tomahawk Steak is just a cool piece of meat. It's not some out of this world cut of beef; don't get me wrong, it's damn tasty but it's nothing out of the ordinary except for the the large bone left on.
Seasoned with SPG (salt, pepper and a bit of garlic) you let the beef taste run free when you're done. Personally, reverse sear is the way to go with beef. Cook the steak to 120-130 degrees and then get your coals nice and hot. Slap that steak on top of those hot coals and get some flames rolling. Deliciousness ensues.
I've had 63 Acres beef from Fraser Valley Meats a few times now and I've been more than happy with it. It's true what they say, you get what you pay for. Enjoy!
PS - Fraser Valley Meats is undergoing a big construction project and it's pretty exciting to check out!