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Old 03-24-2011, 06:16 AM   #861
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I did a ribeye a while back. Finally got around to posting it.















Nice Shiraz while we are waiting.














Roast potatoes, peas and carrots with gravy off the juices.
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Old 03-24-2011, 06:32 AM   #862
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^nice. what oven temp and about how long did it take to roast?
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Old 03-24-2011, 01:46 PM   #863
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looks good but a little overdone?
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Old 03-24-2011, 01:50 PM   #864
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Thats Black Forest bacon... and raw too lol... color when its done is



Filet for her as usual



Bone in ribeye for meeeeeeeeee





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Old 03-24-2011, 04:51 PM   #865
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looks good but a little overdone?
Yeah I went to Medium should have listened and left it at Medium-Rare. Especially with the extra resting time.
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Old 03-24-2011, 04:55 PM   #866
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Yeah I went to Medium should have listened and left it at Medium-Rare. Especially with the extra resting time.
ya get that buzzer to set at 130-135
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Old 03-25-2011, 09:12 AM   #867
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Russo looks amazing.. I see you've come around to ribeyes...mr filet only guy
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Old 03-25-2011, 09:24 AM   #868
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did you just have a fat steak and bacon for dinner?

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Old 03-25-2011, 01:27 PM   #869
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Russo looks amazing.. I see you've come around to ribeyes...mr filet only guy
I'm warming up to them a bit however I have always preferred a ny strip... that's my fave

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Old 03-25-2011, 01:29 PM   #870
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did you just have a fat steak and bacon for dinner?

Lol no the bacon was for a pot luck, I made crostini with fig chutney, that bacon, fried leeks, and a rosemary-peppercorn goat cheese creme fraiche over it, all bite sized

Had a couple bites of sweet potato then a simple oil and vinegar salad after that steak

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Old 03-25-2011, 01:59 PM   #871
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I'm warming up to them a bit however I have always preferred a ny strip... that's my fave

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I love NY strips too. BTW seriously find a costco near you that sells their prime meats. They have some f0cking amazing ny strips and boneless ribeyes. Some of the best steaks I have ever had.
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Old 03-26-2011, 06:20 AM   #872
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I love NY strips too. BTW seriously find a costco near you that sells their prime meats. They have some f0cking amazing ny strips and boneless ribeyes. Some of the best steaks I have ever had.
No need for costco.... Venda Ravioli on federal hill sells prime rib eye, boneless for $12.99/lb, $10.99 when on sale

But ya I don't have any costco's around here... I have BJ's and Sam's Club, and I don't think they have prime meats. Neither does Restaurant Depot if I'm not mistaken...

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Old 03-26-2011, 10:48 AM   #873
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This isn't a dig on you one bit, however I was always puzzled at people that aren't intrigued by trying something new. People in general over react to foods like this.

Look at chicken... it is the DIRTIEST animal alive, and it is the most eaten. However when you look at things like sweetbreads, liver, tripe, etc... what makes it so much worse than a steak? When you look at it, the same blood flows through every single part of an animal. Meat is muscle, so whats wrong eating another part?

Americans in general are so paranoid about what they eat, however when you look at fast food and shitty hot dogs, you have no idea how many "unedible" parts of the animal are tossed in there and blind to the eye because it is processed.

billions of people around the world utilize almost every single part of an animal, so to all those out there... get that road block out of your head and get a little curious, i guarantee it will be a good payoff
This post caught my eye. I always try to encourage people to be a little more "in touch" with the food that they eat. One memorable story was an acquaintance who told me that one of the eggs she cracked had a bloody yolk. She was disgusted and appalled. I told her to get a grip, and to realize where those eggs are coming from. It's not just the grocery store, its from a god damn chicken. Throw the egg out and grab another one, or just eat the damn thing.

Working in a fine dining establishment, I ALWAYS push people out of their comfort zones. Being that I can rely on the chef's skill, I can honestly say that I have never had someone say they didn't enjoy an exotic dish, or at least like it. This includes things ranging from tripe, tongue, sweetbreads, foie gras, uni, bone marrow , aligator, elk, pate etc. Just put that ish in your mouth and enjoy it!
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Orgasmic Armenian food.

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Old 03-29-2011, 12:44 AM   #875
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I'd like to devote a special thanks on behalf of this burger to Russo, for teaching me to make sure your cooking surface is hot, and not touch the meat until you flip it on the other side. I was so afraid the burger would end up well done, but came out a perfect medium rare.
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Old 03-29-2011, 06:19 AM   #877
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Why doesn't US bacon have any meat on it?

Our bacon is like this


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I'd like to devote a special thanks on behalf of this burger to Russo, for teaching me to make sure your cooking surface is hot, and not touch the meat until you flip it on the other side. I was so afraid the burger would end up well done, but came out a perfect medium rare.
good job man... i am seriously smiling over how amazing that burger looks... and i know you and many others are going to think i'm crazy, but i have NEVER had a burger with a fried egg on it

that seriously looks amazing tho, great job, i'll be getting some burgers soon

hey question... how well does that pan work? i'm a grill maniac but will that suffice? I am thinking about buying one for the gf's house...

mmmmmmmm

seriously man that looks so effing good... perfect burger right there
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Why doesn't US bacon have any meat on it?

Our bacon is like this


i will say this full of shame... but american bacon > ham with a tiny slab of fat cut into the shape of bacon

i would imagine that yours is worlds more healthy, but ugh... some of the bacon we have over here, the flavor... just... dog treats for human beings

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geez it's not even 9am and i am starving after looking at that breakfast burger! gonna be a long morning.
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