Beef thread

How do you like your steak?

  • Well done

    Votes: 5 9.1%
  • Medium

    Votes: 19 34.5%
  • Rare

    Votes: 22 40.0%
  • I'm a vegetarian

    Votes: 9 16.4%

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I was curious to how other turkers ate their steak/beef/meat/etc? Are you a steak well done guy? Or more of a medium well person?

Do you have any favorite spots to go for a nice steak?

What's the last thing you bbq'd?
 

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I'm a medium guy myself, but I'm ok with anything between rare and well done.
 
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I'm a medium guy myself, but I'm ok with anything between rare and well done.
I'm pretty much the same. I don't want it too well done, but also not too rare. Sometimes restaurants have a hard time finding that perfect balance
 

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Excited, I'm having Boar brats made for my husband for father's day.
 
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I live in New York, so it's either hipstery 25 dollars a plate for a quarter rack of ribs or a night spent at Dallas BBQ. That's about the only thing I miss about the Midwest/South.
 

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I live in New York, so it's either hipstery 25 dollars a plate for a quarter rack of ribs or a night spent at Dallas BBQ. That's about the only thing I miss about the Midwest/South.
Yeah the South has amazing BBQ. Nothing beats a nice bbq steak, chicken or ribs

I like to eat my steak rare and plain and with my hands. Of course not when I'm in public. I have to pretend to be civilized.
I don't mind rare as long as it's not too too red. I know a couple friends who like theirs a bit bloody. Too rare for me
 

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There really is a thread for everything!

I don't eat steak. I only cook it for my kid who adores steak. So I won't be much help unless you want to know how to cook steak .
 
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The fatty brisket at Franklin BBQ in Austin is the best BBQ I've ever had and it was so absolutely crazy amazing that I fully expect to live out the rest of my life without ever encountering a better brisket.
 

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I try to limit the amount of red meat I eat and usually don't buy it... but if steak is on sale I will sometimes give in. I like my steak medium personally, though I will eat it well done because most people in my family like it that way. The only other red meat I really like is (fried) pork chops and ribs.

The best place I've ever had steak at was this really fancy, upscale place in the Florida Keys. It cost about $80 per person and it's a gourmet restaurant that serves you a ton of different cuts of steak. The staff bring each cut of meat out and serve it at the table to your specifications. I wish I could remember what it was called. *drool*
 
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edit: gonna see who the heathens are
 
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I got this from Betty Crocker for a meat loaf recipe. I read over it and I said "yes this sounds okay for my bro"

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