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    How do you like your steak?

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    I like mine "black & blue".
    Seared on the outside, raw and cold on the inside.
    I get my steaks cut about 1 1/2" to 2" thick, then, before cooking, freeze for about 1 hour. This allows enough time to sear the exterior, but keep the interior cold and raw.
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    I like mine "Pittsburg" Kind of like black and blue but, not cold in the middle.
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    Bloody. Like shark chum.

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    Medium rare. And no steak sauce. A good steak doesn't need it, and a bad steak isn't worth it. My father wouldn't allow steak sauce in his house.

    My favorite cut is filet mignon with NY strip a close second.

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    Montreal and Teriaki, medium rare.....yummmmmm.

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    Med rare. No seasoning

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeannie View Post
    Medium rare. And no steak sauce. A good steak doesn't need it, and a bad steak isn't worth it. My father wouldn't allow steak sauce in his house.

    My favorite cut is filet mignon with NY strip a close second.

    Jeannie
    With grilled onions, mashed potatoes, and a good glass of red wine.

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    I like to sautee mushrooms and onions to top a steak.

    Sweat the veggies in butter until almost dry, add some red wine, white pepper, cook until liquid is reduced by 1/2, add some marjoram or basil, and a touch of oregano.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boatme99 View Post
    I get my steaks cut about 1 1/2" to 2" thick, then, before cooking, freeze for about 1 hour. This allows enough time to sear the exterior, but keep the interior cold and raw.
    That sounds horrible!
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    You people!

    Well done! Cooked! All the way through!

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