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Old 10-29-2008, 03:41 AM   #41
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And the bases of my rub was salt, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder and a little shake of montreal steak seasoning just for the hell of it.
Those steaks look better than what Outback Steakhouse serves up.
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Old 10-29-2008, 09:01 AM   #42
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Old 10-29-2008, 11:18 AM   #43
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Question: I currently live in an apartment building and I don't have access to a grill. I do, however, have an electric stove and an oven haha. How do you guys recommend I cook steak to make it perfect an delicious? I did it on a skillet on the stove last time and I ended up filling my apartment with smoke (the smoke detector went off and I had to take out a fan to blow air against it to shut it up ).

I want some good steak but don't have the equipment! Help!
Use your broiler.
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Old 10-29-2008, 11:25 AM   #44
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Old 10-29-2008, 11:25 AM   #45
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Those steaks look better than what Outback Steakhouse serves up.
If Outback is your benchmark, then you have NEVER had a good steak.
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Old 10-29-2008, 11:29 AM   #46
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Question: I currently live in an apartment building and I don't have access to a grill. I do, however, have an electric stove and an oven haha. How do you guys recommend I cook steak to make it perfect an delicious? I did it on a skillet on the stove last time and I ended up filling my apartment with smoke (the smoke detector went off and I had to take out a fan to blow air against it to shut it up ).

I want some good steak but don't have the equipment! Help!
Buy a cast iron skillet, properly season it, cover you steaks in crushed fresh pepper and salt, cook them in the skillet with unclarified butter, when done remove to oven to keep warm, deglaze the pan with some beef stock, cream, cognac and green peppercorns, simmer until it thickens up a bit, voila....steak au poivre YUM
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man that sh1t has me hungry den a mofo right about now. Cmon lunch time!!!!
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Buy a cast iron skillet, properly season it, cover you steaks in crushed fresh pepper and salt, cook them in the skillet with unclarified butter, when done remove to oven to keep warm, deglaze the pan with some beef stock, cream, cognac and green peppercorns, simmer until it thickens up a bit, voila....steak au poivre YUM
unclarified or clarified? unclarified is regular butter...
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Buy a cast iron skillet, properly season it, cover you steaks in crushed fresh pepper and salt, cook them in the skillet with unclarified butter, when done remove to oven to keep warm, deglaze the pan with some beef stock, cream, cognac and green peppercorns, simmer until it thickens up a bit, voila....steak au poivre YUM
did you mean clarified butter? if not, please explain.

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You guys need to get your grill marks at 45* to each other, not 90*.
You take your grilling seriously don't you ?
But it does look pretty with nice grill marks.
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clarified butter a video.
http://www.videojug.com/film/how-to-...arified-butter
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You take your grilling seriously don't you ?
But it does look pretty with nice grill marks.
I take my grilling seriously too, there are several ways of getting pretty grill marks...my way works nicely.
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Does anyone have any good ideas for hot wings? I usually cook mine on the grill, but they still taste ehhhhhhhhh.
I have tried a few off the shelf sauces and tried soaking them in tabasco sauce, but they still taste ehhhhhhhhh.
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Does anyone have any good ideas for hot wings? I usually cook mine on the grill, but they still taste ehhhhhhhhh.
I have tried a few off the shelf sauces and tried soaking them in tabasco sauce, but they still taste ehhhhhhhhh.
Butter, hot sauce (texas pete), paprika, garlic powder, black pepper, salt

put in a pot over the stove and simmer it until it mixes up really well.

And those bone-in ribeyes make me hungry after a meal! those are my favorite
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Looks pretty bland to me. Personally, I enjoy all my food well seasoned.
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Does anyone have any good ideas for hot wings? I usually cook mine on the grill, but they still taste ehhhhhhhhh.
I have tried a few off the shelf sauces and tried soaking them in tabasco sauce, but they still taste ehhhhhhhhh.
Franks hot sauce, tobasco, paprika, chilli pepper and a touch of honey. Marinate for 2 days in a ziplock baggie. Drain excess liquid and either fry or grill the wings till fully cooked.
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Looks pretty bland to me. Personally, I enjoy all my food well seasoned.
With a cut like that? I personally enjoy the flavor of the meat over a 5hitload of $2 per can seasoning.
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With a cut like that? I personally enjoy the flavor of the meat over a 5hitload of $2 per can seasoning.
We make our own blend which hits the spot. I agree- Using a store bought marinade is ****.
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We make our own blend which hits the spot. I agree- Using a store bought marinade is ****.
Yeah I know people who will coat their steak in Lowrys salt until it is orangish brown and then cook it
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