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Thread: How would you like your steak to be cooked ,and why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leif
    Anybody tasted Limousine beef? mmm, if done right very good, Belgian Blue is also a favourite… What is it in America? Alberta breed or some other kind, btw. Isn’t that the same as much of the beef down in southern states in US like Texas as well? Anyways, my steaks I have eaten
    leif, sounds like you are talking steak preparations, not cuts of beef? angus is a breed of cow here that is popular, but it is still the cut of meat that reflects tenderness, taste, etc. some think a filet mignon (tho tender) doesn't have the flavor of sirloin for instance. sirloin, to me, makes good ground burgers! i don't think it's much use for anything else. but i was raised on beef that was home grown and not your usual grocery store stuff.

    i like tender and the sauce is half the steak anyway. a nice burgundy wine/mushroom sauce on a medium cooked filet mignon.....yum! i don't even like new york steak, let alone sirloin! give me a filet mignon or ribeye!

    also, having grown up in iowa and travelled all over.....i have never had a better beef steak than the midwest ones. now, if ya wanna talk elk, buffalo, kangaroo, etc., iowa is not the place! the elk i had was an excellent steak, but being an iowa girl, i cannot talk bout cuts of elk. am clueless. it was a steak served to me by the hunter. kangaroo i had in aussie, buffalo or beefalo, i've had many times. i still want a filet mignon from a cornfed cow!

    anybody tried rattlesnake? heh, my son still talks about eating that. nothing to brag about, tho he thinks so LOL!
    Last edited by cass; 07-16-2006 at 03:57 AM.

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    Medium rare absolutely! Ribeyes are the best - not so lean they taste like leather no matter how they're cooked, but not too fatty so that they're - well- disgusting. Major pet peeve - restaurants that do not know how to cook a steak medium rare!

    Now Debbie - she likes hers lean,cooked beyond cooked, kill it three times, and she doesn't even like to think pink. Obviously, we do not share steak.

    Forget who said that A-1 or other condiments aren't necessary with a good steak. My father would agree with you wholeheartedly. I"m sure he is still shaking his head in heaven every time I put mustard on my steak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daisy
    Medium well......with just a little salt and nothing else....MMMMMM
    same here! I absolutley love salt on everything! and when salt hits meat it brings out the love in it.
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    Not a steak eater prefer Lamb chops bbqed slightly rare....

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    omg how could u eat somthing so lovable?

    Lamb chops.
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    All steaks, Medium Rare..pink and juicy.
    Prime Rib, the same with a side of creamed horseradishas it
    opens ya up if you have a cold or sinsus problem.

    Yum Yummy
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    I like it medium rare. But my grandfather always said: "Chase it around the back yard with a torch" ...... REALLY REALLY rare.
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