I think the best way to eat beef is by slow cooking it in stew or casserole to make every sinew mouth-wateringly soft especially when using cheep cuts of meat.
Goulash is a Hungarian national dish. This dish is a history in itself.
During the 9th century, goulash or rather gulyas was a staple of Hungarian herdsmen, looking after the cattle. They used to eat cuts of beef boiled with vegetables. The word gulyas actually means herdsmen.
Then came the 15th century and the invasion of the Ottoman Turks. The Turks introduced paprika to Hungary.
Hungary loved paprika.
They embraced paprika into their cuisine in such a big way. Gulyas got the paprika treatment, which we know now as goulash.
To cook an authentic goulash, be generous with the paprika.
Recipe to follow and the postulant cook is experimenting!