How do you cook your steak?

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  1. MahlerBrass

    MahlerBrass Piano User

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    Hey guys! Being a college student I don't get much of an opportunity to fire up the grille very much, let alone fire up the grille to cook expensive steaks. So just wanted to know if anyone has any seasoning, ingredients, and/or recipes they wanted to share with an amateur steak cooker. I'm really good at workin with chicken and pork, but I've never worked with steaks before, thanks a lot!
     
  2. Heavens2kadonka

    Heavens2kadonka Forte User

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    BAH! If you can't eat it raw, youre not a man!

    Just kidding. I'll get the recipe up later, when I can find it... :D

    Van
     
  3. Tootsall

    Tootsall Fortissimo User

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    Yee HAW!
    Take one steer. Have it walk through the kitchen. Give it a good kick in the south end on it's way through. Serve.
     
  4. dizforprez

    dizforprez Forte User

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    "Bring me a live cow over to the table!! I'll carve off what I want, and ride
    the rest home!"
     
  5. Bear

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    I like to marinate with olive oil, vinigear, garlic salt, and get it really tender. Then I'll throw it on the grill until it's cooked (medium well or so) and then put a lil sauce on it (whatever you prefer) and eat it.. Rinse and repeat.
     
  6. jpkaminga

    jpkaminga Pianissimo User

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    stick out your thumb like a hitchhiker (basically you want to stretch out your thumb out so that the muscle in it is taut) and feel that meaty part of it that is close to the wrist, then check out the meat, if it feels the same as the hand/thumb then it's cooked medium, you're not supposed to check the color by puncturing the meat because then it dries out and looses flavor
     
  7. fatpauly

    fatpauly Pianissimo User

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    Marinade: 2 parts peanut oil + 1 part soy sauce + 1 part Worchestershire sauce.

    Seasonings: Garlic powder, Salt-n-Spice (a McCormick product), and pepper.

    Hot grill: Let the coals get nice and white if using coals. Trick - make a pyramid of them to start out, and after the first fire dies out and they are starting to heat up, hit them with a hair dryer.

    Cook to desired wellness.

    - Paul Artola
    Ellicott City, Maryland
     
  8. Anonymous

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    You lost me at the hair dryer part?

    Medium!

     
  9. eoliver

    eoliver Pianissimo User

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    I like the montreal steak seasoning, a little olive oil, then grill to perfection...don't burn them.
     
  10. Annie

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    Grilled and served w/A1 Steak Sauce!
     

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