Steak, of course.
Everything "tastes like chicken." And there is only ONE way to cook chicken - well-done - or 170degrees -- risk of salmonella.
But how often do you hear people say, "It tastes like steak." There's so much more you can do with a cow than you can with a bird. Think of all the different cuts, textures, range of quality, and kinds of beef - Angus, etc.
There are cuts of beef that you can eat raw. Steak tartare or beef carpaccio or beef tataki.
A cooked steak requires a rub, hot grill, and 2 minutes on each side. rest for 10 and it's near perfect. No sauce required.
A solid hamburger tastes so much better than a chicken sandwich or wrap. Beef sausage is tastier than chicken sausage. You only get breast or leg and thighs. Beef: you can have porterhouse, ribeye, filet, prime rib, brisket, flank steak, flat-iron steak.
I enjoy roast and fried chicken but a juicy filet or BBQ brisket? Is there even a competition?
Dude so not nice! Make me hungry why don't you
And I do love steak more than chicken! Yum Yum Yum!!!
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How do you like your chicken prepared, Tim?
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I prefer steak.
The savory, delicious juices that come from steak, gives it an exceptional texture/taste.
Living in London with "chicken-this" and "chicken-that" on every corner makes you not want to think about chicken anymore.
Well I love em both...actually I love all food! I love to eat! Yes a good steak is enjoyable but like anything else if it's too big a portion, it can get boring. I like chicken cutlets, or rotisserie chicken. I wonder why you only listed those two choices?
When I go out to eat I rarely order steak or chicken. I will usually order lamb or veal or even pork if I'm not ordering seafood.
A nice medium to well steak with sauteed onions, chunky chips, mushrooms and a glass of red wine (or actually a bottle of red wine!) with of course mandatory garlic mayo dip...
Steak it is...
by Paul Edmondson 7 years ago
I'm looking for more ideas for things to barbecue low and slow. Any ideas?
by pastacurls 7 years ago
Can you use beef broth in place of chicken broth in mashed potatoes?
by Paul Edmondson 7 years ago
My wife (robin) asked me what I wanted for father's day. I said a slow cooked beef brisket with a texas bbq sauce. Not looking good for me:)
by Jonas 5 years ago
What other animals tastes like chicken?
by Sasha Kim 6 years ago
If you could only eat one type of meat what would it be?
by ms_fran 7 years ago
We had turkey for Thanksgiving and it was delicious. We may decide to cook another turkey for Christmas dinner but we are definitely going to cook a beef roast. I sometimes add soy sauce to my roast before cooking. It adds a lot of flavor. Wishing you a very merry holiday...
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