Medium rare for me please.
Medium rare for me please.
I miss Bill Hicks.
I once worked at Outback Steakhouse as a host. It was torture - you had to spend your 8 hour shift walking around freshly cooked meat/potatoes/cheese fries/deserts and any other delicious foods you can think of. I had to endure the smell of them, but couldnt touch. For 8 hours. During dinner time. It was just plain torture.
Plus, it was boring as hell.
I have a buddy who likes it, as he says, "so rare that a good veterinarian could have it up and running about again"!
I'm a medium. I see dead cows...
A teenage dream, so hard to beat...
Rare for most steaks, but medium rare for prime motherfuckin' rib.
Thinkin' about Lawry's bowl cut. Mmmmmmm
Better than sex.
Last edited by SojuGorae; 03-20-2007 at 10:22 PM.
Medium well. Now I'm hungry...
I'm usually 'medium rare' with a 'rare' thrown in from time to time if I'm somewhere really nice. I actually get angry for some reason when people get it 'well done'. DOn't know why, I shouldn't care what people like but it just seems like they're ruining it.
Strangers with this kind of honesty make me go a big rubbery one
Medium rare. I love the taste of meat, blood and seasoning.
2 oz blended whiskey
Juice of 1/2 lemon
1/2 tsp powdered sugar
1/2 slice lemon
Shake blended whiskey, juice of lemon, and powdered sugar with ice and strain into a whiskey sour glass. Decorate with the half-slice of lemon, top with the cherry, and serve.
id rather have chicken.
lollipops and crisps
I used to always get medium, but last month I went to this nice restaurant in North Carolina and the chef recommended medium rare, like usual, so I went with it. Good choice too, because it was the best damn steak I ever had. A 16 oz blackened rib eye served medium rare. Oh God, I'm drooling.
Does anyone know of a place in LA to get a good BLACKENED ribeye?
Mostly I just eat fish and chicken, but every once in a while I love a good bloody steak.
A chef I used to know would get pissed off when an order for a well done steak would come up. He would go ahead and burn the fuck out of it as he assumed the customer didn't care about the meat.
my grandfather used to order his t-bone's well done and with ketchup of all things! i used to cringe everytime it happened.....
i've since straightened him out (he's down to medium)
I'm a reasonable man, get off my case.
A butcher shop in my hometown had a special cut that was extremely popular known as the Saratoga-cut. I've never come across it elsewhere. It was was more or less a filet and tri-tip hybrid. Delicious.
*based upon tedious fact checking.
maybe your butcher raised mutant cows
There is this place in Elko, Nevada called the Star Hotel. Its an old hotel that cowboys used to stay at after being out on the range. Anyway, they turned it into a restaurant/bar and they serve basque style food, so it is all family style. They have the best filet I have ever...ever tasted. If you are ever passing through Elko I recommend eating there.
Disclaimer: I am in no way affiliated with the Star Hotel.
charred on the outside and pink and juicy in the middle...
"conversation is a game of circles and i'm getting dizzy-- bye"
I don't eat steak, but I'm not vegetarian. There's no option for me, so I'm not voting.
the busy bee has no time for sorrow.
that would be Soviet Russia
ya, no shit, but the old yakov routine was about soviet russia, assfisty. It's this whole other government they used to have, you see. He always specified soviet because that's the only context in which the jokes make sense.