Pilot1113
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Favorite Steak Recepie

Mon Jun 12, 2000 3:01 pm

Okay... so I can't spell that. It's 2:00am!  

Anyhow, what's the best way to cook a steak? I like mine to be medium well with a lot of taste to it.

- Neil Harrison
 
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RE: Favorite Steak Recepie

Mon Jun 12, 2000 3:42 pm

Best way would have to be on a barbie (well-done) and drowned in Victoria Bitter.

Thanks for bringing this topic up....I now know what is for tea tonight.

Now down to the bottle shop to get a couple of king browns  
 
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RE: Favorite Steak Recepie

Mon Jun 12, 2000 3:54 pm

I prefer mine medium done, with a little bit of A-1 Steak Sauce. Thats it.
 
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RE: Favorite Steak Recepie

Mon Jun 12, 2000 4:00 pm

Well done with Ketchup or A-1

 
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RE: Favorite Steak Recepie

Mon Jun 12, 2000 5:08 pm

I like mine well-done with Montreal Steak Seasoning cooked on it and A-1 sauce.
 
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RE: Favorite Steak Recepie

Tue Jun 13, 2000 12:22 am

Barbecued medium rare, and that's it (I grew up in a family where putting anything on a steak was tantamount to a mortal sin....)

Charles
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RE: Favorite Steak Recepie

Tue Jun 13, 2000 1:31 am

There's nothing better than a nice, juicy, fat Alberta steak sizzling on the barbecue grill with barbecue sauce on it! It's best grilled medium rare. It's even better washed down with Grasshopper Wheat Ale or Molson Dry. 
 
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RE: Favorite Steak Recepie

Tue Jun 13, 2000 4:15 am

A prime grade Kansas City Porterhouse, marinated with some teriyaki flavoring, then grilled medium rare on the Barbie. Wash it down with a Cotes du Rhone.
 
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Brissie_lions And DeltaRNOmd-80

Tue Jun 13, 2000 3:36 pm

Brissie:

How do you make this Victoria something or other? Is it a plant? If so, it's a trip to the exotic spices isle of the supermarket for me!  

DeltaRNOmd-80:

Yours sounds really, really good! I may have to give that one a try.

I like it the more zestier the better! If anyone has any exotic ways of grilling it, let me know!

Thanks!
- Neil Harrison
 
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Pilot1113

Tue Jun 13, 2000 5:15 pm

Victoria Bitter is an Australian beer! (sorry to have upstaged you like a billy totin' swagman, Brissie!)
I've had this beer before several years ago, and it's pretty good! I was in Sydney and Cairns about seven years ago for a trip with my brother.

 
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RE: Pilot1113

Tue Jun 13, 2000 8:20 pm

No worries Samurai....but thanks for the photo.....I have just gotten home from work and seeing the king brown has made my mouth water something chronic. I am outta here!  

BTW...a king brown is a 750ml bottle.
 
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Lingo

Tue Jun 13, 2000 11:07 pm

Okay, okay... I admit it, I'm not up on the Australian lingo!  

Boy, do I feel embarrassed!

- Neil Harrison
 
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This Is How You Do It....

Wed Jun 14, 2000 12:12 am

Now here's how to do it.......
First, only use a filet or porterhouse.
Season it or marinate it however you want. I like using Pappy's brand seasoning (a rare but delicious blend of spices and seasonings available only out of Fresno, CA). Make sure you do this before cooking it.
Second, turn the barbecue grill on as hot as you can get it.
Then slap the meat on the grill and sear the juices in. Cook it until it's medium (or rare or well done, depending on your tastes. But cooking a steak past medium tends to kill the flavor)
The key here is 1: To turn the steak over ONLY ONE TIME. If you find yourself turning it over and over, forget it, it's ruined. And 2: Use TONGS, not a fork to turn it over. If you use a fork, you will puncture the steak and allow all the juices to escape. For those of you who don't know better, you'd be amazed at what a difference in quality your steaks will be if you use tongs instead of a fork.
Now does anyone want to know how to make bbq ribs that are just to die for?
Just ask me!!!!
 
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What Is It..?

Wed Jun 14, 2000 12:37 am

O.K. Matt D how do you make BBQ ribs to die for? (Should this be a new topic and not on this thread?)  
 
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RE: Favorite Steak Recepie

Thu Jun 15, 2000 10:10 am

I love it medium rare or well done. dipping it into tabasco sauce is the bEST!


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Matt D

Thu Jun 15, 2000 2:42 pm

Thanks for the tips! Uh... pardon the pun   as in steak tips....

I have printed out your instructions and I will adhere to them as soon as I get the time to cook the steak. Working 14 hours as a caterer doesn't leave me with a whole lot of time or energy!

- Neil Harrison

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