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(Reuters)   Fancy a coffee-flavoured steak?   (reuters.co.uk) divider line 51
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2004-01-13 08:32:45 AM
I'd eat it!

I've been off the coffee wagon for almost two weeks now but I'd gladly fall off for a nice piece of coffee flavored meat.
 
2004-01-13 09:01:27 AM
$29 (16 pound) steak

I hope that's a typo, but sounds good nonetheless.

mmmm... coffee....
 
2004-01-13 09:08:41 AM
No, but my dog would like one.
 
2004-01-13 09:16:12 AM
I like coffee, I like steak.

Brilliant!
 
2004-01-13 10:36:42 AM
Wow, that combines by two favorite things: coffee and smearing powder on things.

Too bad it's starbucks. Burnt robusto = sad monkeys.

BooBoo23 It's not a typo - it's Reuters UK. Their money is called pounds.
 
2004-01-13 10:40:46 AM
Nodbody- that would make sense.... It did seem like an awful lot of steak for one sitting... Guess the office coffee isn't strong enough this morning. Again.
 
2004-01-13 11:38:30 AM
never really cared for coffee, but maybe if they made steak flavored coffee i'd give it a try.
 
2004-01-13 11:43:46 AM
Maybe they should focus on making coffee-flavored coffee first? </Leary>
 
2004-01-13 12:10:02 PM
Your dog wants a Hot Cocoa Sampler Box .
 
2004-01-13 12:17:56 PM
I fancy a steak flavored coffee.
 
2004-01-13 02:28:05 PM
I like coffee. I like steak. When I go out for steak, I often have a cup of coffee at the end of my meal. I would like to keep my coffee and steak separate, though. What's next, a demi-glace cappuccino?
 
2004-01-13 03:27:06 PM
$29 for a 12-ounce steak? fark Washington.
 
2004-01-13 04:14:17 PM
sounds shag-nasty.

:barf:
 
2004-01-13 04:19:12 PM
Maybe those jittery-mad cows are just java buzzed?
 
2004-01-13 04:24:10 PM
Somewhere, Juan Valdez is pissed...
 
2004-01-13 04:25:09 PM
In the UK---what a surprise!
 
2004-01-13 04:27:17 PM
"Sewer rat may taste like pumpkin pie, but I'll never know 'cause I'll never eat the filthy motherf*cker."

 
2004-01-13 04:31:36 PM
I'd eat that.

Though, I'll make my own, with GOOD coffee. Cheaper, and probably tastes better.

Mmm... coffeesteak.
 
2004-01-13 04:31:39 PM
YUMMY!

/twitches like Tweek
 
2004-01-13 04:32:38 PM
Nothing fancy about red gravy.
 
2004-01-13 04:32:53 PM
FLAVORED.

God damn foreigners.
 
2004-01-13 04:33:59 PM
I got yer 29 pound steak...
 
2004-01-13 04:34:25 PM
"Roast" should never be ambiguous.
 
2004-01-13 04:35:37 PM
I wonder, if I rub some Maxwell House on my burgers...
 
2004-01-13 04:38:45 PM
I saw a guy make espresso pasta on iron chef once, was pretty cool.
 
2004-01-13 04:41:13 PM
Shuttup and make me another beefachino and grandesize it. And yes, I want whipped cream.
 
2004-01-13 04:45:27 PM
Coffee Cake
Coffee Candy
Coffee Steak
Coffee Enema

..Is there anything Coffee can't do?
 
2004-01-13 04:45:38 PM
brap, y'know what they have at A&W now? CHIMIDOGS. Yes, the hot dog and the chimichanga have finally been united.

I want one, but I'm afraid. So terribly afraid...
 
2004-01-13 04:47:04 PM
Cyric-The-All, you forgot coffee soap.
 
2004-01-13 04:48:53 PM
Last year, I grilled a flank steak with a red eye marinade. Good eating.
 
2004-01-13 04:53:21 PM
Ah good, so you'll be awake for your heart attack...
 
2004-01-13 04:58:20 PM
$29 is a little much for a nice filet, but it's really not that bad. Good meat rarely comes cheap. The best I've found is a 24oz. Del Monico steak for $18 at a place called Arthur's in morris plains, NJ.

About the coffee bit, my fiancee's friend up in Rhode Island had been trying to get us to check out a steakhouse that did the exact same thing, at least two years ago. Wish I could remember what the place was called.
 
2004-01-13 05:02:42 PM
I'll go for the white trash version where you roll meatloaf in Folgers' instant...

not.


Blaarg.

So...if you get it without the coffee, is it ten bucks less?
 
2004-01-13 05:05:47 PM
Hey, you got coffee on my steak!

Hey, you got steak on my coffee!
 
2004-01-13 05:06:30 PM
Seattle and the rest of the state were jolted by the news four weeks ago that a cow in the central Washington town of Mabton had tested positive for bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) or mad cow disease.

Of course, I love how they ruin it for everone in that last sentence. Your dog wants spongiform...
 
2004-01-13 05:09:11 PM
My grandmother used to cook a ham in coffee. It really is rad and doesn't taste like you think it does.

/homer mmmmm...coffee ham...ahhhhgggg
 
2004-01-13 05:10:03 PM
how bout hot dog flavored condoms
/probably already done
 
2004-01-13 05:13:32 PM
The Black Lab Pub in Houston has an espresso marinated steak. It's good.
 
2004-01-13 05:16:21 PM
My grandmother used to cook a ham in coffee. It really is rad and doesn't taste like you think it does.



Rad? Tell Punky Brewster she's hasn't made TVland yet.
 
2004-01-13 05:25:27 PM
It's bovine spongiform encephalopathy-licious!
 
2004-01-13 05:37:56 PM
This isn't new at all. Am I the only person who used to watch the Great Chefs series on Discovery Channel? I saw coffee dusted meat (steak, venison, even duck once) several times.
 
2004-01-13 05:47:50 PM
I've cooked tri-tip in coffee for a couple of years... Definitely very good stuff!!!
 
2004-01-13 05:51:13 PM
"Yes, I'll have the folgers steak, medium rare."

"To drink? Oh lets see... I think I will go with the cigarette flavored milk."
 
2004-01-13 05:59:37 PM
Interestingly, I have a coffee-soaked roast in the crock pot even as I write. Weird. Eerie. Disturbing.

Oh, and people have been eating gravy made of coffee for breakfast, for years. Redeye gravy, it's called, and involves deglazing a pan you've cooked pork in with coffee and pepper and a little flour. It's gravy with caffiene!
 
2004-01-13 07:02:33 PM
"MacKay said that the $29 (16 pound) steak, now dubbed the Seattle Signature Steak, was the brainchild of a waiter and a chef"

Thats a heavy brainchild, hopefully delivered C-section
 
2004-01-13 07:20:56 PM
And now Starbucks is jumping on the bandwagon. Ya see this? Starting tomorrow, they're serving T-Bone Mochas and Porterhouse Lattes. ("We've secretly replaced the steak for this opulent dinner setting with shoe leather. Let's see if anyone notices!")
 
2004-01-13 08:29:27 PM
It's auctually pretty good.

Didn't have it in Seattle though.
 
2004-01-13 08:31:21 PM
mmm
 
2004-01-13 08:41:04 PM
Juan Valdez wants steak
 
2004-01-13 10:42:10 PM
$29 for a 12oz steak, if I had the money, I'll try it out. BTW STFU about how I'm foolishly throwing away good money while people in America are starving to death. It's my money and it's none of your farking business to tell me on how I spend it.

BTW I think I'll buy me a SUV.
 
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