Georgia Grown Strip Steak with Horseradish Cream & Mushroom-Asiago Rice Grits
Although this cut of beef may also be called the New York strip or Kansas City strip steak, this steak is completely Georgia Grown. By any name, it sears beautifully to a juicy-pink medium rare and the most tender first bite. The rest of the dish is anything but background music, with nutty rice grits receiving a savory punch from both Asiago and mushroom, and the crisp salad tangoing with our favorite garlicky dressing, from artisan producer T’Lish in Birmingham, Alabama. Horseradish has a spicy bite only sour cream can balance; the proof is in its piquant flavor, which delightfully complements each tender bit of strip.