Flat Iron Roast
This cut is a great excuse to get a little wild in the kitchen. Explore new marinades and reductions! The flat iron lives near the shoulder blade making it tender, but there are connective tissues through this cut that make it necessary to slow cook. Thinly sliced after cooking and served with your new marinade recipe makes this cut a great opportunity for fun in the kitchen.
Preferred cooking: grilled, pan-seared, stuffed.