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Unread 02-19-2013, 03:41 PM   #1
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Default How do you like your steak Sir?

I guess I like mine medium.

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Depends on the cut.
Filet I like blue or rare.
Rib eye on the bone medium rare .
Medium to well done is never my choice, but sometimes a host serves it so you eat it and go yum yum.
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Between rare and medium rare for me, please.
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Nice post. My neighbor order filet, well done and then puts A1 on it........... I just SMH and say, at least I'm not paying for it. I like mine rare with a real hot sear on the outside.
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None of the above...

I prefer mine 90% pink throughout with a nice 5% char on both sides... i.e. reverse seared
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Simple, 118', brush with butter rest for five minutes and with BEER!!!

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Medium Rare for me and for some reason Sirloin is my go to steak.

With the understanding that I refuse very little red meat.
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What Al said. Reverse seared with perfect pink throughout and a nice char on the outer edge. Honestly, none of those pics look appealing to me.
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I like med rare on most cuts of meat. The rest of my family like their's completely charred and destroyed. ..lol..
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What Al said. Reverse seared with perfect pink throughout and a nice char on the outer edge. Honestly, none of those pics look appealing to me.
Moose has some fantastic examples in this great post...

http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=136959

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I guess I need to adjust my previous statement. Having found the "Caveman" method a few weeks back, I gotta say that is the best steak I, have ever had. Nice charred outside with a barley warm rich red to pinkish center for about 90% of the steak. It was delicious.
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I like to chase the cow and take bites out of it as it runs away from me.
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I like to chase the cow and take bites out of it as it runs away from me.
How do you manage to keep the steak sauce from dripping off?
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