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Steak

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by schmee, Jul 10, 2020.

  1. 1293

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    Bearnaise is the only sauce I'll put on a steak. Steak is so easy to cook, I don't see the point in wasting a restaurant check on it.
     
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    I don't guess. I use a Thermapen. I pull baked potatoes @ 99deg and steak @50ish. I baste the steak briefly in a skillet with butter, shallots and garlic.
     
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  3. rickthescot

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    Tonight, reverse sear filet. Low heat until 120 degrees then a quick sear with a pat of butter on top. Rare meat with a salad on the side.
    Texas beef rules.
     
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  4. notmyusualuserid

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    Please tell me this is a joke. Brown sauce of any description doesn't belong anywhere near steak.
     
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    Don't ever order a steak in France. :)
     
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    We call that 'properly cooked steak' over here. Two minutes a side on a well seasoned, very hot, griddle.

    You'll never achieve it on a barbecue, so don't even try.
     
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    Gotta get that fat. Dry aged ribeye for me, or a flat Iron, or hanger. Love beef from snake river farms, but prime will do. Also straight Wagyu is always fun.
     
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    The third bite is never nearly as good as the first one or two. That's when it's time to move on to the next course.
     
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    That is frightening. This woman needs to be stopped. Now.
     
  10. boredguy6060

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    I like my Ribeye so rare a good Veterinarian could still revive it. Of course mushrooms sautéed in butter, not margarine, butter. That what I’m gonna dip my Ribeye in.
     
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    I thought I might have a beef with this thread, but I just don't have a steak in it!
     
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    Oh, man... Until recent years (maybe the past ten?) I was able to buy hanger steaks at my local grocery store for around three bucks each. I grilled them with olive oil, salt, and pepper, and ate them with bearnaise sauce.

    But after the hipsters discovered hanger steak its price increased, and then it vanished entirely. I'd have to go to a specialty butcher or a restaurant to get it.
     
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    My Lidl pony?
     
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    How dare you sully a filet with A1! Are you not civilized!
     
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    So does that mean you can't get a decent sized steak over there? That must be a drag.
     
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    Bill described pretty much how I like my steaks
    We had steak a lot as kids and my mom would always make it pretty rare so I guess in protest I’ve matured into a medium/ medium rare type guy

    Except for a good filet they are fine a little rarer
     
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    Business opportunity!

    Go over there sell okay 12oz. Steaks for 40 bucks a pop

    That’s a winner for sure
     
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    "There's a fly in my soup,
    Gum on my shoes,
    I'm stuck in San Ysidro,
    With a case of the blues."
    - some small band in San Diego in the early '70s.
     
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    On a grill, maybe some Worcestershire, salt, black pepper, powdered garlic. Hot fire and, depending on the cut and type, 3-6 minutes a side. Rare to possibly a lightly medium rare. Preferably rare but warm throughout
    NY Strip, Ribeye, or maybe a beautifully marbled T Bone is my choice

    Fish tonight but I see a steak in my immediate future
     
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    I have seen people put ketchup on steak ...

    I am horrified by this ...

    After I lecture them soundly for ten minutes ...

    I feel better ...
     
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