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Perfect Steak Doneness or Temperature... and Steak Cut


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2 minutes ago, Imgreatagain said:

On med heat? 

 

1 minute ago, Imgreatagain said:

When you go to the skillet i mean 

 

 

high heat, very hot very quick, with some oil.   I do    1 minute  per side and cook every side for  at minute intervals  for  a total of two minutes per side unless meat is   very thin

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high heat, very hot very quick, with some oil.   I do    1 minute  per side and cook every side for  at minute intervals  for  a total of two minutes per side unless meat is   very thin

But I’ve been told- and instructed that cast iron is not to be used above med heat.. right from Le  Creuset - soooo 

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4 minutes ago, Whitemajikman said:

BEEF TENDERLOIN WRAPPED IN BACON .....

Cooked over charcoal to a perfect medium rare.

Triple A Alberta beef.

Aberdeen horned Angus ..

The fruits of my wife's labour on our Ranch....

 

 

That sounds like heaven....any goats or sheep.....tasty lil lambs?

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5 minutes ago, CrimeaRiver said:

Well there are good hotdogs and crappy hotdogs.  Nothing wrong with a high quality dog

 

Town where I grew up had an all night hot dog place called "Jay's hot dogs". It was downtown. I see it has moved to the burbs. Jays was very popular with winos. I learned about street cred there. I've always loved winos.

 

The new place is way too fancy for me. It has no soul like the original jays.

 

https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g51184-d6882427-Reviews-Jay_s_Famous_Hot_Dogs-Youngstown_Ohio.html

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Animal flesh is sick.

Only if you harvest it from a sick animal. 

 

For me it's generally New York Strip Sirloin.  Occasionally, I really want good Top Sirloin - bigger, leaner cut.  I like my steak seared, then flame broiled over oak cooked medium to  well - pink middle.

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6 minutes ago, CrimeaRiver said:

That sounds like heaven....any goats or sheep.....tasty lil lambs?

 

If you want to have the best cabrito (goat meat) in the country go to the mexican barrio in Aransas Pass Texas to a place called Mom"s. 

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2 minutes ago, TDS said:

 

Town where I grew up had an all night hot dog place called "Jay's hot dogs". It was downtown. I see it has moved to the burbs. Jays was very popular with winos. I learned about street cred there. I've always loved winos.

 

The new place is way too fancy for me. It has no soul like the original jays.

 

https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g51184-d6882427-Reviews-Jay_s_Famous_Hot_Dogs-Youngstown_Ohio.html

yes....real fancy.  winos....lol

 

I like songs about drifters, books about the same
They both seem to make me feel a little less insane

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2 minutes ago, Skans said:

Only if you harvest it from a sick animal. 

 

For me it's generally New York Strip Sirloin.  Occasionally, I really want good Top Sirloin - bigger, leaner cut.  I like my steak seared, then flame broiled over oak cooked medium to  well - pink middle.

 

I hope God is not a chicken or a cow.

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6 minutes ago, Imgreatagain said:

But I’ve been told- and instructed that cast iron is not to be used above med heat.. right from Le  Creuset - soooo 

 

 

OK...  medium  heat will get the  pan very  hot if you give it  enough time.   

 

I use the little back  burner  on the left hand side to  sear, and I guess  to about  medium  high-ish to sear and  set the  timer  for 6-7 minutes to get  the  pan hot.

 

So you are correct.

 

 

You can  have a   very  hot pan with  medium heat  with  cast iron, jut give it  time to  energize.

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2 minutes ago, CrimeaRiver said:

yes....real fancy.  winos....lol

 

I like songs about drifters, books about the same
They both seem to make me feel a little less insane

 

You have redeeming qualities.

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3 minutes ago, TDS said:

 

If you want to have the best cabrito (goat meat) in the country go to the mexican barrio in Aransas Pass Texas to a place called Mom"s. 

There are great places like that all over Texas....

 

One on Austin called El Borrego de Oro......cabrito stews, soups, tacos.....its heaven

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3 minutes ago, EltonJohnson said:

 

 

OK...  medium  heat will get the  pan very  hot if you give it  enough time.   

 

I use the little back  burner  on the left hand side to  sear, and I guess  to about  medium  high-ish to sear and  set the  timer  for 6-7 minutes to get  the  pan hot.

 

So you are correct.

 

 

You can  have a   very  hot pan with  medium heat  with  cast iron, jut give it  time to  energize.

Why the back burner ?

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1 hour ago, drvoke said:

 

Well, at least you are headed in the right direction. It is not only a healthy choice, but a good moral choice.

there was half as many more buffalo on the continent than cows today....eating meat isn't a moral issue...it is a diet issue

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