View Poll Results: how do you like your steak?

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  • rare

    17 17.89%
  • med rare

    45 47.37%
  • medium

    25 26.32%
  • medium well

    14 14.74%
  • well done

    10 10.53%
  • i eat meat, just not steak

    3 3.16%
  • i don't eat meat

    1 1.05%
  • other(please do tell)

    1 1.05%
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    Re: steak

    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend_Hellh0und View Post
    What????? We make steaks that put france to shame.
    I did not say anything about making steaks.
    My comment was on the cooking of them.
    However now you have raised that point, American beef is so full of a variety of chemical additives that I, where possible shun eating it.
    As for American cooking, the manner in which your cooks over season food is a disgrace, food is meant to be tasted, not the sodium that is spread all too liberally on the meat.
    They then proceed (with regards to steaks) to overcook them, when I call the server over to complain he/she removes the plate from my place, returns it to the kitchen, about 10 minutes later returns the plate to me with the same piece of meat so shriveled up as to be unrecognizable as steak.
    Strange how they think that if I say it is overdone they claim that cooking it more will solve the problem.

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    Re: steak

    Quote Originally Posted by jujuman13 View Post
    I did not say anything about making steaks.
    My comment was on the cooking of them.
    However now you have raised that point, American beef is so full of a variety of chemical additives that I, where possible shun eating it.
    As for American cooking, the manner in which your cooks over season food is a disgrace, food is meant to be tasted, not the sodium that is spread all too liberally on the meat.
    They then proceed (with regards to steaks) to overcook them, when I call the server over to complain he/she removes the plate from my place, returns it to the kitchen, about 10 minutes later returns the plate to me with the same piece of meat so shriveled up as to be unrecognizable as steak.
    Strange how they think that if I say it is overdone they claim that cooking it more will solve the problem.
    Agree that American cooking does tend to overkill with salt and only use a bit of salt on any food I am making. There is a need for salt and other seasons to enhance or bring flavors out. There are so many foods that need spices to bring the flavor of whatever it is you are cooking and without the salt or other seasons it would be bland and boring.
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    Re: steak

    Quote Originally Posted by jujuman13 View Post
    I did not say anything about making steaks.
    My comment was on the cooking of them.
    However now you have raised that point, American beef is so full of a variety of chemical additives that I, where possible shun eating it.
    As for American cooking, the manner in which your cooks over season food is a disgrace, food is meant to be tasted, not the sodium that is spread all too liberally on the meat.
    They then proceed (with regards to steaks) to overcook them, when I call the server over to complain he/she removes the plate from my place, returns it to the kitchen, about 10 minutes later returns the plate to me with the same piece of meat so shriveled up as to be unrecognizable as steak.
    Strange how they think that if I say it is overdone they claim that cooking it more will solve the problem.


    Uhm, don't know where your going. But seems to me the wrong place.
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    Re: steak

    My favorite cut is a grass-fed 3 rib standing rib roast cooked to 115 degrees with Suffolk Cheese Rice and Broccoli plus a nice Bearnaise Sauce.

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    Re: steak

    Quote Originally Posted by Orion View Post
    I'll eat liver before I eat steak.
    You prefer organ meats?
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    Re: steak

    Quote Originally Posted by reefedjib View Post
    My favorite cut is a grass-fed 3 rib standing rib roast cooked to 115 degrees with Suffolk Cheese Rice and Broccoli plus a nice Bearnaise Sauce.
    You need to cook for me!



    I love steak and to answer the OP - medium rare is normally how I like my steak. A little pinkish but not bloody. And I like it with NOTHING on it as a general rule. No crappy commercialized sauce, no salt, maybe a little pepper.. but that's it. Just the meat, a steak knife a fork and a napkin and I'm a happy girl!
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    Re: steak

    Quote Originally Posted by American View Post
    You prefer organ meats?
    There's only one kind of organ meat that is worth eating, and liver ain't it.
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    Re: steak

    Quote Originally Posted by Kali View Post
    Agree that American cooking does tend to overkill with salt and only use a bit of salt on any food I am making. There is a need for salt and other seasons to enhance or bring flavors out. There are so many foods that need spices to bring the flavor of whatever it is you are cooking and without the salt or other seasons it would be bland and boring.
    I did not say that zero seasoning was best.
    I agree with your point of view, in fact having spent a portion of my life in a Country that at that time eschewed the idea of seasoning (which fact made for some ghastly tasting foods) I am in favor of seasoning in moderation.
    I am not in favor of slavering so much over the foods as to obliterate the sense of taste of whatever it is I am eating.
    I believe the phrase 'Moderation in all things' neatly conveys my thoughts on this matter.
    Last edited by jujuman13; 04-03-10 at 02:44 PM.

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    Re: steak

    Quote Originally Posted by TheGirlNextDoor View Post
    There's only one kind of organ meat that is worth eating, and liver ain't it.
    This post is hot.....
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    Re: steak

    Quote Originally Posted by Aurora151989 View Post
    heh, I hear you, there's some cuts of meat I don't care for, I won't eat T-bone steak

    I don't care for plain pork chops either, give me some applesauce and it's fine
    Spine muscle steak from Lamb is the best
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