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2012-08-12 06:37:27 PM  
I'd use that once, realize there's no way in hell to clean it, and then commit hari-kari because that thing sure doesn't look cheap.
 
2012-08-12 10:40:25 PM  
I cook my steaks betixt my hot buttocks. I feel my balls clack against each other. I shave with a cactus and piss fire. I lasso tornadoes and make them vacuum for me.

I'm Homo Bill gotdammit!
 
2012-08-12 10:44:38 PM  
The best way to cook a steak is well done on my gas grill and smothered in A-1 steak sauce. This thing looks like a pasta strainer, which might come in handy for the side of mac n cheese.
 
2012-08-12 11:00:08 PM  
"This Grill Serves Up the Most Stylishly Seared Steaks..."

If it did so they would have a picture of the steak.
 
2012-08-12 11:00:14 PM  

Mark Ratner: best way to cook a steak is well done on my gas grill and smothered in A-1 steak sauce.


So you're eating a briquette not cooking with them. How curious.
 
2012-08-12 11:13:25 PM  
Best way to cook a steak is barely.
 
2012-08-12 11:28:06 PM  
There's two kinds of people in the world; those who love steak and those who cook well-done.
 
2012-08-12 11:28:10 PM  
On a DeLorean?

(The answer is no.)
 
2012-08-12 11:29:48 PM  

2wolves: Mark Ratner: best way to cook a steak is well done on my gas grill and smothered in A-1 steak sauce.

So you're eating a briquette not cooking with them. How curious.


See kids, this is how you troll.

The poster specified A-1 as the offending sauce because it offered the illusion of truth instead of going full retard with ketchup.
 
2012-08-12 11:30:23 PM  
That looks like some thin gauge metal. Bet it won't last for very long.
 
2012-08-12 11:30:56 PM  

RogermcAllen: 2wolves: Mark Ratner: best way to cook a steak is well done on my gas grill and smothered in A-1 steak sauce.

So you're eating a briquette not cooking with them. How curious.

See kids, this is how you troll.

The poster specified A-1 as the offending sauce because it offered the illusion of truth instead of going full retard with ketchup.


Ketchup? I want to end you just for suggesting that people do that.
 
2012-08-12 11:31:44 PM  
If you really have your shiat together you cook your steaks on hardwood coals. Not charcoal, not on a grill.
 
2012-08-12 11:32:21 PM  

SamFlagg: On a DeLorean?

(The answer is no.)


I pretty much came here to post that.

// who the feck cooks a steak to look pretty? I cook it to eat it...
 
2012-08-12 11:32:35 PM  
Looks like somebody got a cnc plasma cutter and this was all they could think of to do with it.
 
2012-08-12 11:33:22 PM  
Too lazy to do the whole 1/4 turn thing?
 
2012-08-12 11:34:09 PM  

RoyBatty: "This Grill Serves Up the Most Stylishly Seared Steaks..."

If it did so they would have a picture of the steak.


This. I wanted to see Geodesic Dome Line steak and came away disappointed.
 
2012-08-12 11:34:11 PM  
this is for people who don't plan on using their grill.

thanks for all the steak pics, jerks.
 
2012-08-12 11:34:39 PM  

SamFlagg: RogermcAllen: 2wolves: Mark Ratner: best way to cook a steak is well done on my gas grill and smothered in A-1 steak sauce.

So you're eating a briquette not cooking with them. How curious.

See kids, this is how you troll.

The poster specified A-1 as the offending sauce because it offered the illusion of truth instead of going full retard with ketchup.

Ketchup? I want to end you just for suggesting that people do that.


Not without mixing in a little Tabasco, of course. I like the Smoked Tabasco, myself.
 
2012-08-12 11:36:57 PM  
Run the cow in a circle a couple of times and then serve
 
2012-08-12 11:37:24 PM  
The way in which I prepare animal flesh for consumption is superior to the way in which you prepare animal flesh for consumption!
 
2012-08-12 11:37:49 PM  
In the U.S., more than 42 million cows suffer and die for the meat and dairy industries every year. When they are still very young, many cows are burned with hot irons (branded), their horns are cut or burned off, and male cattle have their testicles ripped out of their scrotums (castrated)-all without painkillers. Once they have grown big enough, they are sent to massive, filthy feedlots where they are exposed to the elements, to be fattened for slaughter. Many female cows are sent to dairy farms, where they will be repeatedly impregnated and separated from their calves until their bodies give out and they are sent to be killed.

Like all animals, cows form strong maternal bonds with their calves, and on dairy farms and cattle ranches, mother cows can be heard frantically crying out for their calves for several days after they have been separated.

Cows are gentle giants-large in size but sweet in nature. They are curious, clever animals who have been known to go to extraordinary lengths to escape from slaughterhouses. These very social animals prefer to spend their time together, and they form complex relationships, very much like dogs form packs.

Cattle are transported hundreds of miles in all weather extremes, typically without food or water, to the slaughterhouse. Many cows die on the way to slaughter, but those who survive are shot in the head with a captive-bolt gun, hung up by one leg, and taken onto the killing floor where their throats are cut and they are skinned and gutted. Some cows remain fully conscious throughout the entire process. In an interview with The Washington Post, one slaughterhouse worker said, "They die piece by piece."

You people make me sick.
 
2012-08-12 11:40:03 PM  

Silly Jesus: You people make me sick.


You probably have an iron deficiency.
 
2012-08-12 11:40:47 PM  

Silly Jesus: In the U.S., more than 42 million cows suffer and die for the meat and dairy industries every year. When they are still very young, many cows are burned with hot irons (branded), their horns are cut or burned off, and male cattle have their testicles ripped out of their scrotums (castrated)-all without painkillers. Once they have grown big enough, they are sent to massive, filthy feedlots where they are exposed to the elements, to be fattened for slaughter. Many female cows are sent to dairy farms, where they will be repeatedly impregnated and separated from their calves until their bodies give out and they are sent to be killed.

Like all animals, cows form strong maternal bonds with their calves, and on dairy farms and cattle ranches, mother cows can be heard frantically crying out for their calves for several days after they have been separated.

Cows are gentle giants-large in size but sweet in nature. They are curious, clever animals who have been known to go to extraordinary lengths to escape from slaughterhouses. These very social animals prefer to spend their time together, and they form complex relationships, very much like dogs form packs.

Cattle are transported hundreds of miles in all weather extremes, typically without food or water, to the slaughterhouse. Many cows die on the way to slaughter, but those who survive are shot in the head with a captive-bolt gun, hung up by one leg, and taken onto the killing floor where their throats are cut and they are skinned and gutted. Some cows remain fully conscious throughout the entire process. In an interview with The Washington Post, one slaughterhouse worker said, "They die piece by piece."

You people make me sick.


For every steak you don't eat, I'm gonna eat three.
 
2012-08-12 11:40:53 PM  

Silly Jesus: In the U.S., more than 42 million cows suffer and die for the meat and dairy industries every year. When they are still very young, many cows are burned with hot irons (branded), their horns are cut or burned off, and male cattle have their testicles ripped out of their scrotums (castrated)-all without painkillers. Once they have grown big enough, they are sent to massive, filthy feedlots where they are exposed to the elements, to be fattened for slaughter. Many female cows are sent to dairy farms, where they will be repeatedly impregnated and separated from their calves until their bodies give out and they are sent to be killed.

Like all animals, cows form strong maternal bonds with their calves, and on dairy farms and cattle ranches, mother cows can be heard frantically crying out for their calves for several days after they have been separated.

Cows are gentle giants-large in size but sweet in nature. They are curious, clever animals who have been known to go to extraordinary lengths to escape from slaughterhouses. These very social animals prefer to spend their time together, and they form complex relationships, very much like dogs form packs.

Cattle are transported hundreds of miles in all weather extremes, typically without food or water, to the slaughterhouse. Many cows die on the way to slaughter, but those who survive are shot in the head with a captive-bolt gun, hung up by one leg, and taken onto the killing floor where their throats are cut and they are skinned and gutted. Some cows remain fully conscious throughout the entire process. In an interview with The Washington Post, one slaughterhouse worker said, "They die piece by piece."

You people make me sick.


If cows don't want to be eaten, they can always simply stop being delicious.
 
2012-08-12 11:41:32 PM  

SamFlagg: RogermcAllen: 2wolves: Mark Ratner: best way to cook a steak is well done on my gas grill and smothered in A-1 steak sauce.

So you're eating a briquette not cooking with them. How curious.

See kids, this is how you troll.

The poster specified A-1 as the offending sauce because it offered the illusion of truth instead of going full retard with ketchup.

Ketchup? I want to end you just for suggesting that people do that.


Why not? It works for meatloaf so if you're going to ruin the steak by overcooking it I see no further objection in your choice of condiments.

/The perfect condiment to a great steak is a piece of fresh bread to soak up the juices.
 
2012-08-12 11:41:36 PM  

RogermcAllen: 2wolves: Mark Ratner: best way to cook a steak is well done on my gas grill and smothered in A-1 steak sauce.

So you're eating a briquette not cooking with them. How curious.

See kids, this is how you troll.

The poster specified A-1 as the offending sauce because it offered the illusion of truth instead of going full retard with ketchup.


Damn you! Hahaha ;-)
 
2012-08-12 11:41:40 PM  
I suppose it would make for pretty marks on the steaks, but it looks like you would pay a lot for the design of something that's just going to end up getting covered in soot and ash anyway.

The perfect grill just needs a few basic things: cast iron grates to produce nice sear marks, an adjustable charcoal shelf (preferably crank actuated) so that the coals can be brought up right next to the meat for a great crust then lowered to allow the middle to cook to the desired doneness, adjustable air intake to control cooking temperature, and heavy gauge steel or iron construction so that it can maintain a steady temperature when the lid is closed.
 
2012-08-12 11:42:04 PM  

brap: I cook my steaks betixt my hot buttocks. I feel my balls clack against each other. I shave with a cactus and piss fire. I lasso tornadoes and make them vacuum for me.

I'm Homo Bill gotdammit!


Are there any flareups when the oil hits the anus?
 
2012-08-12 11:42:16 PM  

Silly Jesus: In the U.S., more than 42 million cows suffer and die for the meat and dairy industries every year. When they are still very young, many cows are burned with hot irons (branded), their horns are cut or burned off, and male cattle have their testicles ripped out of their scrotums (castrated)-all without painkillers. Once they have grown big enough, they are sent to massive, filthy feedlots where they are exposed to the elements, to be fattened for slaughter. Many female cows are sent to dairy farms, where they will be repeatedly impregnated and separated from their calves until their bodies give out and they are sent to be killed.

Like all animals, cows form strong maternal bonds with their calves, and on dairy farms and cattle ranches, mother cows can be heard frantically crying out for their calves for several days after they have been separated.

Cows are gentle giants-large in size but sweet in nature. They are curious, clever animals who have been known to go to extraordinary lengths to escape from slaughterhouses. These very social animals prefer to spend their time together, and they form complex relationships, very much like dogs form packs.

Cattle are transported hundreds of miles in all weather extremes, typically without food or water, to the slaughterhouse. Many cows die on the way to slaughter, but those who survive are shot in the head with a captive-bolt gun, hung up by one leg, and taken onto the killing floor where their throats are cut and they are skinned and gutted. Some cows remain fully conscious throughout the entire process. In an interview with The Washington Post, one slaughterhouse worker said, "They die piece by piece."

You people make me sick.


Is that what makes them delicious?
 
2012-08-12 11:42:21 PM  

heinekenftw: If cows don't want to be eaten, they can always simply stop being delicious.


They just don't have the moxie to pull themselves up by their hoofstraps.
 
2012-08-12 11:43:26 PM  

Silly Jesus: they form complex relationships, very much like dogs form packs.


I only eat alpha cows.
 
2012-08-12 11:44:02 PM  

Silly Jesus: You people make me sick.


The only purely moral lifestyle is suicide.
 
2012-08-12 11:44:48 PM  
I keep seeing these references (including in TFA) to cleaning your grill. What the hell? You're not using enough flame.
 
2012-08-12 11:45:13 PM  

Silly Jesus: In the U.S., more than 42 million cows suffer and die for the meat and dairy industries every year. When they are still very young, many cows are burned with hot irons (branded), their horns are cut or burned off, and male cattle have their testicles ripped out of their scrotums (castrated)-all without painkillers. Once they have grown big enough, they are sent to massive, filthy feedlots where they are exposed to the elements, to be fattened for slaughter. Many female cows are sent to dairy farms, where they will be repeatedly impregnated and separated from their calves until their bodies give out and they are sent to be killed.

Like all animals, cows form strong maternal bonds with their calves, and on dairy farms and cattle ranches, mother cows can be heard frantically crying out for their calves for several days after they have been separated.

Cows are gentle giants-large in size but sweet in nature. They are curious, clever animals who have been known to go to extraordinary lengths to escape from slaughterhouses. These very social animals prefer to spend their time together, and they form complex relationships, very much like dogs form packs.

Cattle are transported hundreds of miles in all weather extremes, typically without food or water, to the slaughterhouse. Many cows die on the way to slaughter, but those who survive are shot in the head with a captive-bolt gun, hung up by one leg, and taken onto the killing floor where their throats are cut and they are skinned and gutted. Some cows remain fully conscious throughout the entire process. In an interview with The Washington Post, one slaughterhouse worker said, "They die piece by piece."

You people make me sick.


If God didnt want us to eat cows, why did he make them out of steak?
 
2012-08-12 11:45:25 PM  
Yeah, where's the damn example steak?
 
2012-08-12 11:45:36 PM  
Much as I love the grill, the premier means of preparing a steak will always be a cast iron skillet, preheated, over medium high heat.

Warm the 1.5 in. thick steak to room temp. Heat your canola or peanut oil to almost smoking, season the steak with salt and pepper, place in skillet. Flip the cut 6 times, 20 sec. between each flip. Remove and let rest 5 min.

Voila, the perfectly cooked steak. (The lone improvement would be dry-aging it.)
 
2012-08-12 11:46:35 PM  

buckeyebrain: Silly Jesus: In the U.S., more than 42 million cows suffer and die for the meat and dairy industries every year. When they are still very young, many cows are burned with hot irons (branded), their horns are cut or burned off, and male cattle have their testicles ripped out of their scrotums (castrated)-all without painkillers. Once they have grown big enough, they are sent to massive, filthy feedlots where they are exposed to the elements, to be fattened for slaughter. Many female cows are sent to dairy farms, where they will be repeatedly impregnated and separated from their calves until their bodies give out and they are sent to be killed.

Like all animals, cows form strong maternal bonds with their calves, and on dairy farms and cattle ranches, mother cows can be heard frantically crying out for their calves for several days after they have been separated.

Cows are gentle giants-large in size but sweet in nature. They are curious, clever animals who have been known to go to extraordinary lengths to escape from slaughterhouses. These very social animals prefer to spend their time together, and they form complex relationships, very much like dogs form packs.

Cattle are transported hundreds of miles in all weather extremes, typically without food or water, to the slaughterhouse. Many cows die on the way to slaughter, but those who survive are shot in the head with a captive-bolt gun, hung up by one leg, and taken onto the killing floor where their throats are cut and they are skinned and gutted. Some cows remain fully conscious throughout the entire process. In an interview with The Washington Post, one slaughterhouse worker said, "They die piece by piece."

You people make me sick.

For every steak you don't eat, I'm gonna eat three.


Damn it, those cattle have to travel in extreme weather, why did we pull them out of their cattle cottages thousands of years ago!!!

As for being clever and escaping, I'm going to wait until they bring the chickens with choppers.
 
2012-08-12 11:46:38 PM  

Silly Jesus: In the U.S., more than 42 million cows suffer and die for the meat and dairy industries every year. When they are still very young, many cows are burned with hot irons (branded), their horns are cut or burned off, and male cattle have their testicles ripped out of their scrotums (castrated)-all without painkillers. Once they have grown big enough, they are sent to massive, filthy feedlots where they are exposed to the elements, to be fattened for slaughter. Many female cows are sent to dairy farms, where they will be repeatedly impregnated and separated from their calves until their bodies give out and they are sent to be killed.

Like all animals, cows form strong maternal bonds with their calves, and on dairy farms and cattle ranches, mother cows can be heard frantically crying out for their calves for several days after they have been separated.

Cows are gentle giants-large in size but sweet in nature. They are curious, clever animals who have been known to go to extraordinary lengths to escape from slaughterhouses. These very social animals prefer to spend their time together, and they form complex relationships, very much like dogs form packs.

Cattle are transported hundreds of miles in all weather extremes, typically without food or water, to the slaughterhouse. Many cows die on the way to slaughter, but those who survive are shot in the head with a captive-bolt gun, hung up by one leg, and taken onto the killing floor where their throats are cut and they are skinned and gutted. Some cows remain fully conscious throughout the entire process. In an interview with The Washington Post, one slaughterhouse worker said, "They die piece by piece."

You people make me sick.


Meat tastes like murder, and murder tastes pretty farking good.
 
2012-08-12 11:46:50 PM  

Silly Jesus: In the U.S., more than 42 million cows suffer and die for the meat and dairy industries every year. When they are still very young, many cows are burned with hot irons (branded), their horns are cut or burned off, and male cattle have their testicles ripped out of their scrotums (castrated)-all without painkillers. Once they have grown big enough, they are sent to massive, filthy feedlots where they are exposed to the elements, to be fattened for slaughter. Many female cows are sent to dairy farms, where they will be repeatedly impregnated and separated from their calves until their bodies give out and they are sent to be killed.

Like all animals, cows form strong maternal bonds with their calves, and on dairy farms and cattle ranches, mother cows can be heard frantically crying out for their calves for several days after they have been separated.

Cows are gentle giants-large in size but sweet in nature. They are curious, clever animals who have been known to go to extraordinary lengths to escape from slaughterhouses. These very social animals prefer to spend their time together, and they form complex relationships, very much like dogs form packs.

Cattle are transported hundreds of miles in all weather extremes, typically without food or water, to the slaughterhouse. Many cows die on the way to slaughter, but those who survive are shot in the head with a captive-bolt gun, hung up by one leg, and taken onto the killing floor where their throats are cut and they are skinned and gutted. Some cows remain fully conscious throughout the entire process. In an interview with The Washington Post, one slaughterhouse worker said, "They die piece by piece."

You people make me sick.


Yes yes, meat is murder. Tasty, succulent murder
 
2012-08-12 11:49:34 PM  
Grilling is fine, but I think searing in a cast iron pan can also give you great results. I did this the other night and my steak came out awesome.
 
2012-08-12 11:52:43 PM  
P eople
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A nimals
 
2012-08-12 11:53:40 PM  

mamoru: Best way to cook a steak is barely.


This!
 
2012-08-12 11:53:40 PM  

fzumrk: Grilling is fine, but I think searing in a cast iron pan can also give you great results. I did this the other night and my steak came out awesome.


Affirmative. Sear it in the skillet, finish it in the oven.
 
2012-08-12 11:55:36 PM  
blog.howfastareyou.net
 
2012-08-12 11:56:36 PM  

Lsherm: no way in hell to clean it,


i.ebayimg.com
 
2012-08-12 11:56:48 PM  

Silly Jesus: In the U.S., more than 42 million cows suffer and die for the meat and dairy industries every year. When they are still very young, many cows are burned with hot irons (branded), their horns are cut or burned off, and male cattle have their testicles ripped out of their scrotums (castrated)-all without painkillers. Once they have grown big enough, they are sent to massive, filthy feedlots where they are exposed to the elements, to be fattened for slaughter. Many female cows are sent to dairy farms, where they will be repeatedly impregnated and separated from their calves until their bodies give out and they are sent to be killed.

Like all animals, cows form strong maternal bonds with their calves, and on dairy farms and cattle ranches, mother cows can be heard frantically crying out for their calves for several days after they have been separated.

Cows are gentle giants-large in size but sweet in nature. They are curious, clever animals who have been known to go to extraordinary lengths to escape from slaughterhouses. These very social animals prefer to spend their time together, and they form complex relationships, very much like dogs form packs.

Cattle are transported hundreds of miles in all weather extremes, typically without food or water, to the slaughterhouse. Many cows die on the way to slaughter, but those who survive are shot in the head with a captive-bolt gun, hung up by one leg, and taken onto the killing floor where their throats are cut and they are skinned and gutted. Some cows remain fully conscious throughout the entire process. In an interview with The Washington Post, one slaughterhouse worker said, "They die piece by piece."

You people make me sick.


img.youtube.com
 
2012-08-13 12:00:54 AM  
"I am not a vegetarian because I love animals. I am a vegetarian because I hate plants." Ralph W. Emerson.
 
2012-08-13 12:01:20 AM  
After two minutes on a heated grill, rotate the steak 45 degrees (give or take). This gives the steak a nice crosshatch pattern. That's about as stylish as I require.
 
2012-08-13 12:03:19 AM  

Darth Macho: Silly Jesus: You people make me sick.

The only purely moral lifestyle is suicide.


You guys must have seen a lion eat a zebra. Slaughterhouses ain't got shiat on that. Mother nature is a mofo.
 
2012-08-13 12:05:10 AM  

Ready-set: Darth Macho: Silly Jesus: You people make me sick.

The only purely moral lifestyle is suicide.

You guys must have seen a lion eat a zebra. Slaughterhouses ain't got shiat on that. Mother nature is a mofo.


Damn scary, too
 
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