Cooking steak for a crowd indoors can be tricky. The secret to success is starting with hanger steak, a brawny, full-flavored cut that can be sliced into several servings. You'll start by searing the steaks on the stovetop until a gorgeous brown crust forms. Then you'll transfer them to the oven on a baking sheet fitted with a wire rack so the heat flows and distributes evenly for perfect cooking. While the steaks finish cooking in the oven, you'll melt some butter and spike it with Worcestershire for a hit of umami and throw in some parsley for an herbaceous brightness. This delightful butter mixture gets poured over the sliced steaks and you've got an A+ dinner in the books. To get a head start, sear the steak the night before, cool and store covered in the refrigerator. Finish cooking in the oven before serving.