Charlotte Gomez / BuzzFeed We hope you love the products we recommend! Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales from the links on this page. 1. Use a meat tenderizer to soften up and prepare any cut of meat that you have. amazon.com Get one from Amazon for $26. 2. Add a woody flavor to any meat you cook on a gas grill with a smoker box. amazon.com Get one from Amazon for $17. 3. Utilize a culinary smoking gun to infuse different flavors into your steak. amazon.com Get one from Amazon for $72. 4. Get a versatile tong/spatula/fork combo to flip, grab or stab meat in every way possible. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF amazon.com / Via youtube.com, amazon.com / Via youtube.com Get one from Amazon for $12.If that's sold out, you can also check here. 5. Throw on some dry rub to add layers of flavor. etsy.com Get a set from SpiceExpressions on Etsy for $35. 6. Impart just enough salt and trace minerals to add some depth to your dish with a salt block. amazon.com Get one from Amazon for $24. 7. Use a cutting board that does double-duty as a reference for standard cuts of beef. etsy.com Get one from CakeTopperConnection on Etsy for $45. 8. Get real time guidance on anything you cook with a smart pan. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF amazon.com / Via youtube.com, amazon.com Get one from Pantelligent for $129.Or grab one on Amazon when it becomes available. 9. Use a leave-in thermometer that'll let you know at a glance if a steak is ready to be taken off the grill. amazon.com Get one on Amazon for $60. 10. Or if you prefer something more flexible to measure temperatures, these magnetic folding thermometers should do the trick. amazon.com Get one from Amazon for $25. 11. Test out a new foolproof marinade to soak your steak in. Bev Weidner / Via bevcooks.com Check out this post to learn more. 12. Maybe you want your cooking instincts to go beyond using tools, so teach yourself how to ~feel~ done-ness by hand. Chris Ritter / BuzzFeed / Via buzzfeed.com This infographic and many more cooking related ones can be found here. 13. Baste the steak in the pan using some beef tallow or other fats. Facebook: fatworks Get some from Amazon for $21. 14. Make it impossible to undercook or overcook your steak with a sous-vide circulator. williams-sonoma.com Get one from Williams Sonoma $249.Or check out their official store here. 15. Make a herb basting brush to release oils into the crust as it builds. Faith Durand / Via thekitchn.com Learn to make one of your own here.Or get a reusable one from Amazon for $19. 16. Use a seasoned cast iron pan for tried and true results. Macey Foronda Check out our post on searing the perfect steak on a cast iron pan.Get one from Amazon for $35. 17. Top your steak with a light and flaky salt. Enrique ramos / Via amzn.to This is some of the highest rated salt I've ever seen. Over 1,000 people actually took time out to review how awesome this salt is.Get a box from Amazon for $6. 18. Brand your steaks to put that finishing touch of pride on your handiwork. williams-sonoma.com Get one custom made from Williams-Sonoma for $49. 19. Using a set of quality steak knives will help you not tear or rip through your delicate cuts. Messermeister / Via Facebook: Messermeister Get a set from Amazon for $55. 20. Make some delicious infused butter to serve on top. Ree Drummond / Via thepioneerwoman.com Learn how to make compound butter here.Or take a look at a butter kit from Amazon for $20. 21. Or just... you know put some of the good shit on it and call it a day. amazon.com Get a set from Amazon for $68. Want even more great product suggestions? Sign up for BuzzFeed’s Gift Guide Newsletter! If you can't see the signup box above, just go here to sign up for the BuzzFeed Gift Guide newsletter!