From Knife: Texas Steakhouse Meals At Home

I don't know when cooking a steak became so complicated. 

When I was growing up -- and this is probably true for you, too -- we didn't need to have charcoal or wood chunks or lighter fluid or a hibachi or a Big Green Egg to cook a steak, much less a sous vide machine and a water circulator. You didn't have to own a backyard or blacken your hands or dispose of dusty ashes. All you needed was a big steel pan, some oil, salt, and a piece of good meat. Some of the best steaks I ever ate were cooked this way -- where the beefiest flavor and the deepest crust depended mainly on a good pan, a strong burner, and an honest piece of meat. I like to call this method Back to the Pan because it encourages people to not get too fussy about steak. - John Tesar

And that’s the recipe!

Pick up Chef John Tesar's Cookbook, Knife: Texas Steakhouse Meals At Home, here.