Typically on a day when I get a hankering for a good steak, I visit my local Winn-Dixie supermarket (whose meats are generally very good as it is also where I get my smoking meats) and find the most beautiful ribeyes, T-bones, top sirloins, or if I'm wanting to "live it up" I might even get a couple of filets. I typically season these fresh steaks with coarse kosher salt, coarse ground pepper, and maybe a dash (or so) of Worchestershire sauce. I don't believe in overseasoning a steak as I like to enjoy the taste of the steak and not the seasoning. However, I have a friend that would like to bring over some steaks Saturday that she got from Angel Food Ministries. I have no idea what cuts they are, but I do know that are frozen. I just had her move them from her freezer to her refrigerator today, and she is going to bring them by Saturday morning, and I am planning to grill them Saturday evening. I would like some advice on how to deal with previously frozen steaks. I cannot believe that they would be as easy to prepare as a fresh steak, but I do believe that with the proper attention that these steaks can be made quite tasty. Assuming that they are completely thawed by the time I get them, what should I do to try to promote tenderness in the finished (grilled) steaks? Thanks in advance!