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Old 12-03-2013, 01:17 PM   #16
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i like ketchup and i like steak sauce, i just don't usually use them on meat that isn't ground.
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Old 12-03-2013, 01:22 PM   #17
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I wonder how many folks who would never, ever, EVER ever, use 57 or A1 on their steaks, sauce their ribs...
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Old 12-03-2013, 01:27 PM   #18
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Neither for me & I don't sauce my ribs.

You want sauce, it's in the fridge. I will eat some sauce on a PP sandwich every now and then. Every now and then...
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Old 12-03-2013, 01:29 PM   #19
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I wonder how many folks who would never, ever, EVER ever, use 57 or A1 on their steaks, sauce their ribs...
I'm not saying I wouldn't sauce a steak or any other meat, just not with that crap. On my filets, I do a red wine and shallot reduction sauce that compliments them wonderfully.
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Old 12-03-2013, 01:32 PM   #20
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Well, I admit to using both 57 AND A1 on panfried round steaks. It's been decades since I've had one, but yep. I did. Not on ribeye, strip or t-bone though. And saucing ribs is heresy.
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57 all the way.
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Neither for me & I don't sauce my ribs.

You want sauce, it's in the fridge. I will eat some sauce on a PP sandwich every now and then. Every now and then...
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57 all the way.
I lean towards 57 also...think it's because of the spices...
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57 is a vastly superior sauce to me. A1 is a good sauce, but 57 is a great one.
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57 is a vastly superior sauce to me. A1 is a good sauce, but 57 is a great one.
Uncle G., you're right. It is real good on steak fries!
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I like them both. I don't dip my steak in it because I'm afraid to ruin the meat. I just happen to like the sauces.

When I was younger and spent a lot of time getting omelets at 2am at the diner that 50/50 ketchup/A1 deal can't be beat on eggs and potatoes.
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Neither for me & I don't sauce my ribs.

You want sauce, it's in the fridge. I will eat some sauce on a PP sandwich every now and then. Every now and then...
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And yes 57 on steak fries......way away from the meat though
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depends on the meat. at home I no longer use any sauce. at restaurants which I rarely go I will take a bite. then adjust accordingly. but really, steaks are for home.
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I don't typically use steak sauce, but when I do, I like HP sauce.
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Good meat needs no sauce.
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