In this edition of "Food Skills," we take you on a special, behind-the-scenes tour of NYC's first Ikinari Steak, the Japanese restaurant chain famous for making its customers stand while they dine. Serving high-quality cuts of beef at an affordable price, the steakhouse lays its wet-aged meat on a bed of corn before dousing it in a secret, umami-rich soy sauce. With steaming sirloins whizzing back-and-forth, Ikinari Steak is Japan's flame-grilled answer to The Sizzler.