If you haven't had a sirloin steak, it may become your new favorite go-to option for family dinners. It has the best versatily and flavor-for-value of any cut of beef there is. Also known as a "bavette" or "faux hanger," this cut comes from the bottom sirloin of Choice. It carries a robust beefy flavor and the texture holds marinades and seasonings very well. Simply grill or sear in a skillet, flipping often, until the thickest part of the steak reaches at least 125° F. Let the steak rest for a few minutes before serving whole or slicing thinly across the grain.