3. Don't be afraid to ask where the meat came from
Your butcher should know where it's from and how it was raised. If they think their cows were raised "on a farm somewhere", go to another butcher shop where they know the name of the farm. And the farmer. And the farmer's daughter's name, because what if she's The One?!
4. Don't just order a rib eye, tenderloin, or strip
"Tender" doesn't always mean "better". You can order the most popular cuts if you wanna be like every other schmo out there, but you're no schmo! Kavanaugh counts flat iron, bavette, and pork sirloin steaks as underrated and worthy of your love.