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Steak

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

  1. eclecticsynergy

    eclecticsynergy Friend of Leo's

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  2. eclecticsynergy

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    Check out the marbling in this wagyu.

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    Hehe, yeah they became a ‘boutique’ steak and did get much more expensive. They taste so great though! So much flavor!
     
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  6. LutherBurger

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    I'm all for wagyu beef, but I can do without that Silence of the Lambs presentation.
     
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    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
     
  8. loco gringo

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    This still cracks me up.

     
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    Gotta love a nice steak sandwich...

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    When your eyes are bigger than your stomach - or your grill.

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  11. David Barnett

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    That's not steak. I'm not sure it even qualifies as food.
     
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    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.
     
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    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
     
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    chuck eye chuck eye chuck eye
     
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    Urban Farmer. Logan Square.
     
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    Man you get paid better than me. Lombardis - 20th and Packer. Its a butcher - cook it yourself.
     
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    Finally, someone on here understands me
     
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    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 .
     
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    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.
     
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    Getting kinda tired of steak myself...
     
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