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2012-09-19 12:35:04 PM
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PillsHere: Guess I'm the rare person who doesn't like steak. I've found 2 in my life that I like, but otherwise I always have leftovers because people keep insisting I try new steaks at this place or that.

/Yeah I know I'm weird.


I used to not like steak too. On the rare occassion that my mother cooked cuts of beef for us (and called them steak) she would ensure that there was not a hint of pinkness, moistness or flavor left behind. I remember chewing and chewing, and eventually washing down wads of tasteless protien with gulps of milk.

Only in the last few years have I come to appreciate a good steak. In fact, I cooked one for myself just last night. An nice, organic, NY steak. This is only the second steak I've cooked and it turned out really well (seared in the cast iron skillet and finished in the oven).

At one point, as I was about to dig in, I thought to myself, 'maybe I shouldn't eat the whole thing now, but save some for addition to a salad or something.' Then I just laughed and laughed.
2012-09-19 08:42:46 AM
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CujoQuarrel: Aulus: Well, there are times.

There was the time, almost thirty years ago, when my then boss took the whole office out for one Xmas party to a notable steakhouse in Tama, IA. You went through the meat cases and picked out your own steak, all of which were big enough to choke a Tyrannosaur, then grilled it yourself to your own taste on an absolutely huge indoor grille and the house provided the rest.

My wife and I had to take some of our steaks home. We had enough to make pepper steak and rice for both of us and our two kids the next day.

Used to have a similar place here but they had to close because the insurance premiums got too high. I remember that their smallest steak was a fillet mignon that weighed in around a pound. The porter house was 28 ozs.

They used to have beer on ice at the grill station for a buck and free sticks with marshmallows for you to play with as you grilled your own steaks.


if you have time to roast marshmallows and drink a beer while your steak grills, you're cooking it far too long

/rare or medium rare...anything else is blasphemy
2012-09-19 04:22:20 AM
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I've always figured the best steaks are the ones you can eat the leftovers the next day, cold. Not because I don't love steak, but because I figure it's a mark of the quality of the meat.

Slice it up real thin. Put it on a roll with the sharpest cheddar you can find. Maybe a little sauce. Delicious.
 
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