Description: A steak comes from a roast cut that’s been sliced. Blade steaks (also called pork steaks) are cut from the pork shoulder and contain the blade bone.
Blade steaks are flavorful like roasts because they are rich in marbling, which keeps them tender during cooking. Blade steak is a popular, quick-cooking cut for grilling.
Do not overcook pork or it will become dry and tough. Cooking to 145°F with a three minute rest will result in clear or slightly pink tinted juices and provides meat that is juicy and tender.
Our families favorite way to cook the steak is salt, pepper and a little garlic powder. On a hot day, throw it on your grill for a few minutes on each side. In the winter, throw it in your hot cast iron skillet with caramelized onions. Top the steak with a pad of butter (ifyoulikebutter) so it will melt and drip off the steak. Let the steak rest for a few minutes before devouring.
*http://www.porkbeinspired.com is where the description above comes from.