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Unread 02-19-2013, 04:37 PM   #16
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How do you manage to keep the steak sauce from dripping off?
Is that the red stuff that comes out? There seems to be plenty of that.
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Catherine Zeta-Jones can cook my steak anytime!
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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 tried to order my steak as "I would like it to be 128F, with a nice char" I was told that the kitchen was confused by that.
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I tried to order my steak as "I would like it to be 128F, with a nice char" I was told that the kitchen was confused by that.
i'm a total snob when it comes to steak and that is why i dont order a steak unless i'm at a fine steak house....which i almost never am. unless, of course, you consider my home a fine steak house....which i do.
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Medium rare for me!
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I like mine medium. Cant go any less done than that. GUess Im a wuss and definitely in the minority here. Not trying to hijack - but question for you guys that like yours rare......is this an acquired taste or how youve always eaten steak? I grew up eating steak on the burnt side of well, but over the years have slowly acquired a taste for a little bit of pink, so I dont think its out of the question that Ill be eating a medium rare steak in the next decade. I just cant get past that "raw" texture.
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I like where there is a hot, fast sear on both sides, but a veterinarian worth his salt could bring it back around.
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Medium rare for me!
Same, here.
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I like mine medium. Cant go any less done than that. GUess Im a wuss and definitely in the minority here. Not trying to hijack - but question for you guys that like yours rare......is this an acquired taste or how youve always eaten steak? I grew up eating steak on the burnt side of well, but over the years have slowly acquired a taste for a little bit of pink, so I dont think its out of the question that Ill be eating a medium rare steak in the next decade. I just cant get past that "raw" texture.
First try rare prime rib. Eat it in the dark, so you can't see it. Once you taste the flavor of a rare prime there is NO GOING Back. Steak then is a wlak in the park.
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I like mine medium. Cant go any less done than that. GUess Im a wuss and definitely in the minority here. Not trying to hijack - but question for you guys that like yours rare......is this an acquired taste or how youve always eaten steak? I grew up eating steak on the burnt side of well, but over the years have slowly acquired a taste for a little bit of pink, so I dont think its out of the question that Ill be eating a medium rare steak in the next decade. I just cant get past that "raw" texture.
when i first met my wife she liked steak burnt to a crisp, i actually hated cooking them for her, i felt like i'd rather cook chicken for her. i've since converted her to medium rare steaking eating....but it took me 6 years to show her the light. medium rare really is more tender and juicy. i suggest trying to slowly eat pinker steaks until you are comfortable eating like GTR the advice above about eating it in the dark is actually a good idea, you'll see.....
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