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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by schmee, Jul 10, 2020.
Check out the marbling in this wagyu.
Hehe, yeah they became a ‘boutique’ steak and did get much more expensive. They taste so great though! So much flavor!
I'm all for wagyu beef, but I can do without that Silence of the Lambs presentation.
When I was young and stupid I did that. My dad hated that.
Once I put ketchup on my plate a dipped a piece of steak in it. My dad came unglued. Took my steak away, brought me a slice of bread with ketchup on it. “Don’t waste a steak this way.”
I learned a life lesson and admitted my dad was correct
This still cracks me up.
Gotta love a nice steak sandwich...
When your eyes are bigger than your stomach - or your grill.
That's not steak. I'm not sure it even qualifies as food.
About ten years ago my favorite cousin was getting married in Las Vegas. She of course invited me and my daughter.
As a wedding gift I invited them, her and her new husband and his parents to The Steak House, the one on the strip.
When our steaks were served the groom grabbed a bottle of
ketchup and covered his Porterhouse in it. My cousin looks at me and says in a low whisper” He puts it on everything”
I didn’t want to make a scene so I just let it go.
About two years ago she was divorcing him. I told her over the phone, just tell the judge he puts ketchup all over a $40 steak, that’s no doubt grounds for divorce in any state in the US.
Proper relation should have raised this when priest asked if anyone knew of any lawful impediment to the marriage - then done a citizen's arrest on the monster
chuck eye chuck eye chuck eye
Urban Farmer. Logan Square.
Man you get paid better than me. Lombardis - 20th and Packer. Its a butcher - cook it yourself.
Finally, someone on here understands me
Bone-in ribeye ... porterhouse ... sirloin , any of those will float my boat . Gotta be inch and a half thick though , topped with garlic salt and pepper. Put 'em on a hot grill long enough to sear the outside , apply some garlic butter after grilling , there better be blood on the plate when I cut . A couple slices of garlic toast to soak up the butter/blood mixture , yeah daddy ! The Pittsburgh sounds really interesting too . My grandfather was born in Transylvania , my family has no aversion to rare beef .
That's not blood. Slaughtered animals are exsanguinated, there damned well better not be any blood left in there. The lovely red stuff that comes out of a rare or medium rare steak is a protein, myoglobin. Perfect for sopping up with a piece of bread, especially if it has mixed on the plate with the butter and sour cream that ran off the potato.
Getting kinda tired of steak myself...