How do you like your steak?
medium rare still a bit pink in the middle...yum
Medium rare is nom nom. Don't like it overdone and too dry, I like the pink in the middle too
I like my steak medium, and I eat it rare-ly.
It's hard to find locally raised, grass-fed beef, and when I can find it, it's pretty expensive. Therefore, I don't eat steak very often at all.
When I do, however, I like it marinated in whiskey and peppercorns, grilled over coals, medium to medium-well, served with sauteed mushrooms and onions and some kind of potato, either mashed or baked.
I was going to answer this question but someone gave almost the exact answer I would have it I had answered this question. see Jeff Berndt. Except for the whiskey part.
I like mine cut extra thick and smoke-roasted then seared to medium-rare.
Medium rare, with sauteed mushrooms, spinach and a baked potato. Yum!
by starme777 years ago
I like Ribeye - med rare with some onions and mushurooms and a nice tall beer
by mandybeau8 years ago
I can't believe that people ask for steak in a restaurant and ask for Med. Rare, and bitch about it being raw inside? are they mental or do they just not understand the procedure to cook such an article?
by starme778 years ago
Me, I'm pretty simple so I say a huge ribey medium rare, a nice salad , a baked potatoe with butter and sour cream , and a nice imported beer
by milleramanda535 years ago
What is the best Steak to cook?
by Paul Edmondson7 years ago
I grilled these marinated flank steaks about four minutes a side on medium high heat. They were medium in the thin dots and medium rare in the thicker spots. The kids loves them.
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