Petite Grilling Sirloins on the “Q” I don’t usually buy Sirloin Steak, because it’s usually Tough. However “Weis” had these “CAB Petite Sirloin Grilling Steaks” on sale for $4.98. They had some marbling, so I told Mrs Bear to pick up a couple to give them a try. The main thing I didn’t like about them was the way they were cut. The one was about 1 1/2” thick on one end & down to practically nothing on the other end. Kinda Triangular!! So I did the whole thing a little more rare than I usually do, and saved most of the Thickest parts to use as leftovers. That worked out real good, as you’ll see by the Pics below. As usual I used Lawry’s Teriyaki Marinade on these for a few hours, and Mrs Bear made some Roasted Reds & Sweet Corn. These weren’t as tough as I expected though, especially when I made thin cuts, like you can see in my Leftover Pic. I would get them again at that $4.98 price—Maybe even $4.99. Enjoy the Pics, Bear $7.99 Sirloin Steaks marked down to $4.98: Nice Marbling for Sirloin: Soaking in Teriyaki Marinade: I always pour the leftover Marinade on the meat (both sides) right after putting it on the Grill: Getting close to removing: Thicker end is pretty Rare: Bear's Supper, with Corn & Roasted Reds: Leftovers for Bear's next day's Supper: That's All Folks!