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    Steaks.

    I heard some man order a medium well steak for dinner. How could you ruin a perfectly good steak? Rude.


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    That's like dumb asses that order Prime Rib well done. Its roasted you ding bats! Medium rare or GTFO.
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    Why order steak then is my question. If you like it med well, you don't like steak. Nttawwt.
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    If someone orders a steak more cooked than MR, I suggest a hamburger. Why would someone spend the money for a good steak and then ruin it?
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    Whats worse is when someone orders a filet well done then complains that its too dry and sends it back.
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    Ketchup on a steak should be punishable by death as well.

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    Steaks.

    The bigger question is why order a steak? I always end up disappointed.

    I've had a strip delivered multiple times in place of a ribeye. One server tried to tell me it was a stripeye. I said I didn't order a stripeye. It's very seldom cooked properly.

    We'll see if Mickey Mantles does any better in a few weeks.
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    That's terrible Coach! We will be at Red Prime next Saturday. It was meh last time. The Ranch is my favorite


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    Originally Posted by wendyaveli View Post
    That's terrible Coach! We will be at Red Prime next Saturday. It was meh last time. The Ranch is my favorite


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    On the 7th or 14th

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    Coach - filet - medium rare. Outstanding.

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    Originally Posted by NickDangerThirdEye View Post
    Coach - filet - medium rare. Outstanding.
    Its a set menu. Don't think the filet is on it.

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    Originally Posted by wendyaveli View Post
    I heard some man order a medium well steak for dinner. How could you ruin a perfectly good steak? Rude.


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    What a mi-steak
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    Originally Posted by HellVol View Post
    Ketchup on a steak should be punishable by death as well.
    That's made up. If you actually know someone who puts ketchup on a steak, well thats your bad.

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    Originally Posted by ngintunr View Post
    That's made up. If you actually know someone who puts ketchup on a steak, well thats your bad.
    Its my fault? I've definitely seen it around here.

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    Originally Posted by Coach View Post
    The bigger question is why order a steak? I always end up disappointed.

    I've had a strip delivered multiple times in place of a ribeye. One server tried to tell me it was a stripeye. I said I didn't order a stripeye. It's very seldom cooked properly.

    We'll see if Mickey Mantles does any better in a few weeks.
    Strip eye. Good one. First it's ketchup thans it's a strip eye. Good stuff LT. Good stuff.

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    Originally Posted by HellVol View Post
    Its my fault? I've definitely seen it around here.
    I have no words. Never seen nor heard of that shit. Tennesseean's be weird.
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    i am tired of having to explain to people that just because the juice is red that it isn't blood, that juice is the same as what's present when you open a package of chicken, myoglobin. the easiest way i've explained it is by asking if they bleed a deer after shooting it. well, of course. then why wouldn't you bleed a cow after killing it? and by the way, blood at that stage would be almost black, not red. ****ing well-done eating rednecks.

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    Originally Posted by Coach View Post
    On the 7th or 14th
    The 7th. Friends birthday.


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    Originally Posted by barlowd View Post
    What a mi-steak
    This joke is perfectly cooked. Compliments to the chef.
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    Originally Posted by Coach View Post
    Its a set menu. Don't think the filet is on it.
    Looks like what the OSSAA has every day for lunch.

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    Originally Posted by ThievingMagpie View Post
    Looks like what the OSSAA has every day for lunch.
    What would you order?

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    Meh, people like what they like, although I do think that if you want a steak but don't eat it under medium then order a cheaper cut. Cooking a high quality style of beef or even a filet/strip/ribeye past medium is a waste of money.

    Personally (depending on the quality), I like my filets black and blue, my strips Pittsburgh, and my ribeyes medium rare to medium, depending on how much fat/connective tissue there is. Other cuts I don't even bother with for the most part as far as steaks go. Maybe a flank or hangar every now and then and I like those about medium.
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    Originally Posted by silverwheels View Post
    Meh, people like what they like, although I do think that if you want a steak but don't eat it under medium then order a cheaper cut. Cooking a high quality style of beef or even a filet/strip/ribeye past medium is a waste of money.

    Personally (depending on the quality), I like my filets black and blue, my strips Pittsburgh, and my ribeyes medium rare to medium, depending on how much fat/connective tissue there is. Other cuts I don't even bother with for the most part as far as steaks go. Maybe a flank or hangar every now and then and I like those about medium.
    I prefer my flank cut thin and I like it to crunch a little when I eat it. Heavily marinated too.

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    Originally Posted by Coach View Post
    What would you order?
    Coach - Get the ribeye.

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    Originally Posted by NickDangerThirdEye View Post
    Coach - Get the ribeye.
    I planned on it. Thanks.

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    This thread makes me cry.

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    I got a New York Ribeye last night at Roadhouse medium rare. 'Twas the bomb.
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    so just to be clear

    everybody should have the same taste buds, same likes/dislikes

    and anybody that is different is an idiot?

    did i get that right?

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    Originally Posted by Sooner JK View Post
    so just to be clear

    everybody should have the same taste buds, same likes/dislikes

    and anybody that is different is an idiot?

    did i get that right?
    Who called who an idiot? Or are you just butt hurt because you like burnt steak?
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    I have been making magic with shoulder chuck roast steaks lately.

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    Last night I ate at one of the best steakhouses in Chicago with some friends. One of them ordered a ribeye medium-well. This guy doesn't know what the hell he's doing and his brother promptly told him as much.

    My girlfriend's parents eat everything well done. They're wonderful people, but her mom has an unhealthy fear of "undercooked meat." Her parents are Nigerian and cook phenomenal food, but when it comes to steak, they're clueless.

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    Originally Posted by whiskeytangofoxtrot View Post
    Last night I ate at one of the best steakhouses in Chicago with some friends. One of them ordered a ribeye medium-well. This guy doesn't know what the hell he's doing and his brother promptly told him as much.

    My girlfriend's parents eat everything well done. They're wonderful people, but her mom has an unhealthy fear of "undercooked meat." Her parents are Nigerian and cook phenomenal food, but when it comes to steak, they're clueless.
    Chicago Chop House?

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    Originally Posted by AcousticSoup View Post
    I got a New York Ribeye last night at Roadhouse medium rare. 'Twas the bomb.
    What the **** is a New York ribeye, another name for a "stripeye"?
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    Originally Posted by HellVol View Post
    Ketchup on a steak should be punishable by death as well.
    not just ketchup. Adding steak sauce to a good steak is a crime too. The only time steak sauce should be permissible is when you get a steak from the Waffle House or some shìthole like that.
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    Originally Posted by BillySimsAfro View Post
    not just ketchup. Adding steak sauce to a good steak is a crime too. The only time steak sauce should be permissible is when you get a steak from the Waffle House or some shìthole like that.
    Exactly

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    Ketchup on steak.. Delicious

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    Originally Posted by Sooner 4 Life View Post
    Ketchup on steak.. Delicious
    Yeah, and you don't believe in God. Go figure.
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    Originally Posted by HellVol View Post
    Chicago Chop House?
    No, Mastro's.
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    Ribeye....I cook them medium rare to medium. Fresh cracked sea salt, cracked pepper, little bit of garlic and smothered in olive oil...

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    Originally Posted by bushmaster06 View Post
    What the **** is a New York ribeye, another name for a "stripeye"?
    Fort Worth Ribeye... I was half asleep still when I wrote that post

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    Originally Posted by SoCaliSooner View Post


    Ribeye....I cook them medium rare to medium. Fresh cracked sea salt, cracked pepper, little bit of garlic and smothered in olive oil...
    That's the exact way I cook them. Only I cook mine rare to medium rare. I also let them come up to room temp before throwing on the grill. And the grill has to be HOT.

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    Originally Posted by AcousticSoup View Post
    Fort Worth Ribeye... I was half asleep still when I wrote that post
    So you had a ribeye.
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    Originally Posted by bushmaster06 View Post
    So you had a ribeye.
    I guess it's a bone in ribeye with the bone taken off. I just liked it was about two inches thick and had some kick ass marbling

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    How do you like it cooked? (Oven, pan, smoker, gas grill).

    My dad has always cooked ours on his smoker.. So delicious... Chp uses a propane grill... Very delicious as well.


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    Originally Posted by TheBoots View Post
    I have been making magic with shoulder chuck roast steaks lately.
    Are you taping them together and ****ing them......???
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    Originally Posted by whiskeytangofoxtrot View Post

    My girlfriend's parents eat everything well done. They're wonderful people, but her mom has an unhealthy fear of "undercooked meat." Her parents are Nigerian and cook phenomenal food, but when it comes to steak, they're clueless.
    pork meat, bear meat and some other meats can have Trichinosis, if not cooked enough, due to their diets. Cattle, being strictly plant eaters, don't have that issue.
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    Originally Posted by AcousticSoup View Post
    I guess it's a bone in ribeye with the bone taken off. I just liked it was about two inches thick and had some kick ass marbling
    Well, did it have a bone or not?

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    Originally Posted by SoonerNow View Post
    pork meat, bear meat and some other meats can have Trichinosis, if not cooked enough, due to their diets. Cattle, being strictly plant eaters, don't have that issue.
    Commercially available pork does not have trichinosis.