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  1. ccrooks

    ccrooks New Member

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    have a nice cut of steak with no grill to cook it on :wtc:

    what should i do to cook it? :wiggle:
     
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    send it to me. ill cook it....then eat it
     
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    nah way!
     
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    Pour hot sauce over it.
    Cut into thin slices. Voila.... beef sashimi.
     
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    pan
    stove
    fire
    pour extra virgin olive oil
    let oil warm
    insert steak (season with lawry's & sauced with worcestershire)
    cook to desired done-ness
     
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    one of my favorite sides is:

    roasted cheese potatoes

    3 or 4 red potatoes
    cut into small chunks
    put into baking pan that is greased with a non-stick agent

    add a tablespoon or two of extra virgin olive oil & a few sprinkles of italian seasoning (mix with hands so that all potatoes have some seasoning & oil on them)

    bake in oven for ~35mins @ ~425 degrees

    remove from oven & mix in 1/3 cup of parmesan cheese

    :yum: with steak

    and find yourself some Bush Barbecue Baked Beans :yum: :yum:
     
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    bake it :hsugh:

    i have a 1.3 lb slab of steak in the oven right now. marinated it in beer for 2 hours, now i'm cooking it in extra virgin olive oil :wiggle:
     
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    Mecca I'm a Baller i got Balls.

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    put it in a pan and squeeze lemons all over it and put chile and peppercorn :yum:
     
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    go to the store and buy at 13 dollar grill and some charcoal
     
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    Ceaze https://hearthis.at/DoYouEvenUplift Moderator

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  11. AznRyda

    AznRyda キモかわいい!

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    I dunno how safe that is. :o

    Beef has to be pretty high quality for you to eat it sashimi.

    edit: Kobe beef!

    [​IMG]
     
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    Bruised Lee John Kune Do, puncher of faces

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    that looks fucking GOOD!

    eat it raw caveman style.
     
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    pan sear it, add some cock sauce, thin sliced jalapeno, and you have beef tataki.
     
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    why are you cooking with extra virgin olive oil? Its a waste of cash once you get the pan hot enough to flash the oil.
     
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    N-Word-Jim Cure for boredom

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    i'd just heat a pan and sear each side for 30 sec or so

    the only area that could be contaminated could be a side that touched the open air... searing the sides would fix that. You only have to cook ground beef (hamburgers and such) through because they've been mashed all around and the whole thing could be contaminated.
     
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    go to williams sonoma and buy a "grille pan", it is a cooking pan that has the grille groves on it.

    i cook everything on mine, does an awesome job :coold:
     
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    Safe? Tapeworms are your friend.
     
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    my new apt. complex doesn't allow charcoal grills... only propane :wtc:
     
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    :rofl:
    i got a new set of pots and pans last night, and as a part of the "triple bonus", i got a 9.5" grille pan :eek3:
    it's heavy as fuck!

    fyi, the other 2 parts of my bonus were a 6 piece nylon utensil set and lasagna dish with lid

    bed bath and beyond ftw!
     
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    george foreman grill FTW
     
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    Go to a sporting goods store that sells camping gear and buy a small propane grill.
     
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    Maestro Nobones Great Job! - GLAD DADS CREW

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    how do you think timber got so goddamn lean?
     
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    i bought the nice all-clad one for my g/f, she cooks everything on it.

    i prefer it ot a regular grille :hs:
     
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    Going to Ruth's Chris Friday for a $50 filet. :wiggle:
     
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