2) Throw it on the grill and LEAVE IT ALONE. Preheat your grill to a nice medium heat (I try to keep mine between 350 and 400). Let the meat sit out for about 30 minutes to bring it to room temperature, then set it on the hot grates of your grill. Close the lid, watch for flare-ups and leave it alone until it’s time to flip it over. Just like any piece of meat that you cook on the stovetop or grill, for the love, please let that meat be. It can take anywhere from 6-10 minutes per side depending on how rare you like it. Every time you lift it up or flip it over before it’s ready, you risk losing that nice sear and also overcooking your meat. Flip it once, let it sit and then flip it one last time.