How Much to Buy...
Thickness is a matter of preference and serving style. As a main course, 10 to 12 ounces of beef satisfies the average appetite. Thinner steaks are great if you're serving one per person. Thick ones — carved into juicy, tender slices and fanned out on a platter — are perfect for a crowd. When in doubt, buy a little extra — sliced steak leftovers make incredible sandwiches.
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Serving Recommendations

 1 inch4-6 oz1-2 steaks each
Cooking: grill or pan-sear
Serve whole steaks
 1.5 inches6-8 oz1 small steak each
Cooking: pan-roast, grill, or broil
Serve whole steaks
star2 inches8-10 oz1 steak each
Cooking: pan-roast, grill, or broil
Serve whole steaks
 2.5 inches11-13 oz1 steak each
Cooking: pan-roast, grill, or broil
Serve whole steaks
 3 inches13-15 oz1 steak each
Cooking: pan-roast, grill, or broil
Serve whole steaks