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The Man's Guide to Steak Grilling
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Sep 21, 2022 16:15:35   #
geoglass
 
Color-coded.


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Sep 21, 2022 16:18:35   #
BebuLamar
 
Perhaps you don't even need the grill. Just eat it raw.

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Sep 21, 2022 16:46:04   #
Just Shoot Me Loc: Ithaca, NY
 
A friends comment on the way I eat steak.
Quote:"I've seen cows hurt worse and get better."

Ron

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Sep 21, 2022 19:44:08   #
robertjerl Loc: Corona, California
 
Looks like the person who did that is like my wife: Run cow past bonfire, up wind; slice and eat.

Me: Slice up cow, throw on grill or in iron skillet and when the smoke alarm calls the fire department it is done. Yes, I actually like my meat medium well to well done. If I am starving I will go for "Crispy = charcoal around the edges".

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Sep 21, 2022 22:46:40   #
Just Shoot Me Loc: Ithaca, NY
 
Bob,
From your Avatar you look like more of a raw/alive type person.😄

Ron

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Sep 22, 2022 01:04:57   #
lmTrying Loc: WV Northern Panhandle
 
Big Daddy's west of Mooresville, North Carolina has steak cooking instructions that go something like this: walking, sitting, laying down, almost ruint, ruint, and totally ruint.

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Sep 22, 2022 03:27:48   #
robertjerl Loc: Corona, California
 
Just Shoot Me wrote:
Bob,
From your Avatar you look like more of a raw/alive type person.😄

Ron


That is me in classroom mode before I retired from teaching. Now I am more Winnie the Pooh and hardly ever grouchy.

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Sep 22, 2022 03:36:57   #
robertjerl Loc: Corona, California
 
lmTrying wrote:
Big Daddy's west of Mooresville, North Carolina has steak cooking instructions that go something like this: walking, sitting, laying down, almost ruint, ruint, and totally ruint.




I used to go to a BBQ place near Paducah, Kentucky that had their sauces on the counter labeled - Tourist, Wimp, Normal & the secret 4th one was under the counter. You had to know to ask for it. It was sort of homemade napalm with cayenne flavoring. And boy was that stuff good with shredded pork BBQ on toasted bread. I used so much, the toast started to fall apart. I am older and use a bit milder sauce these days, but not down to the level of Normal. When I BBQ or make Chili-con-Carne I make two batches, one for myself and our one kid who is a Chili Head like me and one for everyone else.

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Sep 22, 2022 07:18:39   #
traderjohn Loc: New York City
 
geoglass wrote:
Color-coded.


I like and cook my steaks; Black and Blue.

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Sep 22, 2022 07:21:15   #
Canisdirus
 
BebuLamar wrote:
Perhaps you don't even need the grill. Just eat it raw.


That's where the flavor is.

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Sep 22, 2022 07:42:29   #
BebuLamar
 
Canisdirus wrote:
That's where the flavor is.


And yes no need for a grill nor a guide, Just eat the steak raw.

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Sep 22, 2022 08:10:57   #
fuminous Loc: Luling, LA... for now...
 
Canisdirus wrote:
That's where the flavor is.


I'll take a "cool pink center" steak most of the time but, in summer, and being too lazy to crank up the BBQ or clean the stove afterwards, that steak will end up very thinly sliced as carpaccio or vigorously chopped for steak tartare... In both cases I "wing it" depending on ingredients on hand and never get the same flavor twice- but always great.

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Sep 22, 2022 08:32:38   #
bobmcculloch Loc: NYC, NY
 

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Sep 22, 2022 08:39:42   #
Canisdirus
 
fuminous wrote:
I'll take a "cool pink center" steak most of the time but, in summer, and being too lazy to crank up the BBQ or clean the stove afterwards, that steak will end up very thinly sliced as carpaccio or vigorously chopped for steak tartare... In both cases I "wing it" depending on ingredients on hand and never get the same flavor twice- but always great.


My dad loved it and ate it raw with a raw yolk quite often...I was completely grossed out by it at the time.

Years later while in Canada...I saw steak tartar on the menu and thinking of my Dad...decided to give it a go.

What a difference attitude makes...wow...so good.

But raw pheasant is probably the best I have ever had...followed by duck...then steak.

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Sep 22, 2022 09:07:02   #
Bloke Loc: Waynesboro, Pennsylvania
 
I remember a movie I saw back in the 70s (so why can't I remember where my glasses are?), called - I think - Bazza Mackenzie. He was Australian, but I can't remember anything about the plot. Anyway, when pressed by a waitress for just *how* rare he wanted his steak, he replied "Just blow its nose and wipe its arse, and bring it out here!"

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