One of my favorite foods is steak, specifically ribeye. Ever since I was a little girl, I always made sure that we went somewhere where I could order steak for my birthday. Whether it was Outback or Texas Roadhouse, it was all about the steak. My eyes were always bigger than my belly, though. My favorite was when my dad would grill out at home. On a hot summer day my mom would come home with a bag of fresh cut meat from Carfagna's and then her and my dad would cook together. As soon as I saw that there were steaks, I would drop whatever I was doing and sit and watch them cook. First, my dad would lay them out on a piece of tinfoil and season both sides. Now, anyone who is a steak fanatic like me knows that a good steak really only needs two thing; salt and pepper. After applying an appropriate amount of sea salt and freshly cracked black pepper, my dad would add pressure to ensure it stuck. Next, he would let the steaks sit at room temperature for about 10-15 minutes while the grill preheated. When ready, my dad put the steaks on the grill, only flipping them once, allowing them to sear. After two to three minutes on each side, the heat is turned down a little bit and the steaks finish cooking. When they were done, my dad always made us wait at least five minutes while the steaks sat under a piece of tinfoil so the juices could "redistribute."