To speak about types of meat, you need the appropriate vocabulary.
Beef - the meat of a cow;
Chicken - the meat of a bird kept on a farm for its meat and eggs;
Pork - meat from a pig;
Rib eye steak - the best meat from the back of a cow;
Sirloin steak - the best meat from the lower back of a cow;
Spare ribs - pig's ribs (= curved bones) with most of the meat cut off them, cooked, and eaten;
Strip steak - a thick, flat piece of meat cut from the side of a cow;
T-bone steak - a piece of thickly cut beef that has a T-shaped bone in it;
Tenderloin - a strip of meat taken from the lower back of cows, pigs, or chickens that does not contain a lot of fat and is easy to cut or chew (= crush with the teeth);
Turkey - the meat of a bird that looks like a large chicken, or the meat of this bird;
Veal - meat from a very young cow;
Lamb - meat from a young sheep.
She loves barbecued spare ribs.
Can you cook a rib eye steak?
Beef was very important for people in pre-historic times.
T-bone steak is tasty. You should try it.