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    Rare Steak

    I heart it.


    That is all.

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    seconded. "burnt to a crisp or bloody as hell?"
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    I asked for my burger medium rare, I got it medium well. Tasted like ash.

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    Alls I gotta say is there better be blood poolin' on my plate as I make my first cut, or a bitch is gonna get slapped.

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    If it doesn't bleed, how do I know it was ever alive?
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    that's the trick, ain't it? make the bacon-wrapping crispy, yet keep the steak nice and rare.

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    For a beef steak from the loin....define "rare" by color and temperature.
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    Kobe beef carpacchio, followed by seared Ahi in an Aji mole...with lime.

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    ^Bhhhwaaa!^ That is for sissies. Be a man!

    Bone in ribeye. Prime cut. Charred on the outside, with a juicy warm red center, served on a sizzling hot plate with a tab of melting butter on top mmmmm....

    Take that! KO!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisArray View Post
    ^Bhhhwaaa!^ That is for sissies. Be a man!

    Bone in ribeye. Prime cut. Charred on the outside, with a juicy warm red center, served on a sizzling hot plate with a tab of melting butter on top mmmmm....

    Take that! KO!!
    Yup...Pittsburgh medium rare.
    Click. Point. Chute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by irul&ublo View Post
    For a beef steak from the loin....define "rare" by color and temperature.
    Loin = Sirloin or ...shudder.. Tri-Tip? Generally that's too tough for Cold Red Center (rare) - a Warm Pink (Medium) is best IMHO.

    For Ribeye (Delmonico,) Porterhouse, or Strip I prefer it barely cooked to the point of the marbling fat rendering. SO JUICY.

    Tenderloin just sear it and hand me the sea-salt and fresh ground pepper.

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    I only cook it so others dont think Im some sort of weirdo. Just put it on the grill for a little color- give the steak a tan if will- and eat it. Little tough to chew sometimes
    Decisions Decisions

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    my biggest pet peeve:
    municipalities that prohibit restaurants from serving my cheeseburger rare.

    i hate those self-righteous fucks.

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    Rib-eye Pittsburgh style all the way. Right on Flexon and DisArray. Nothing beats the pan seared charred outside and velvetly red inside.
    Best pittsburgh stlye steak in philly is at the Barclay Prime (just in case any of you happen to be in that city and want a killer steak)

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    Thumbs up

    I like it medium rare but with the fatty parts all crispy-like...not chewy.

    Whoever does this right is like a god to me.

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    I like it to resemble a fucking brake pad. I can't be doing with gobs of snot.

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    Roo, you need brake pads for that?

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    Depends on the quality of the meat. The better the meat the more rare it gets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brock Landers View Post
    I only cook it so others dont think Im some sort of weirdo. Just put it on the grill for a little color- give the steak a tan if will- and eat it. Little tough to chew sometimes
    That's pretty much where I'm at. It just goes on the grill until the outside changes color.
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    For a steak?

    It best be bleeding all over my plate as I am eating it.

    I never understood how people can eat well done steak. Then I realized that is the purpose of steak sauce. To add flavor to that hunk of charred mess.

    I hate when people try to say "Well, isn't eating rare red-meat bad for you?"

    Go get a damned education.

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    Hi, I'm your colon

    I am impacted and corroded from all the meat you eat. Take a peak at another colon holding 5-10 lbs of impacted meat product. Yummy

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    Tasteful pic.

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    I eat rare, bloody, steak at least once a week.
    I drink 2-3 cups of coffee a day.
    I have also fire up whiskey at least once a week.

    I could shit through a screen door at 20 paces and not touch a wire.

    I think my colon is operating just fine...
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    Ordered some steak tips marsala last night. Asked for them rare in fear of anything other...they came medium well.

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    Black and Blue.








    HOw's it taste mother fucka.

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