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Unread 04-05-2011, 02:24 PM   #1
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steak sauce or no steak sauce when eating a steak?? lol

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Unread 04-05-2011, 02:33 PM   #2
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no, but i also rarely eat steaks. too fatty and difficult for me to bother with.
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Good steaks need no sauce.
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A steak that is good, sauce it needs not.
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and why in the hay is there no poll for this?
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what kind of steak? Your question is so "broad" that it cannot adequately be answered.. Essentially you are asking if you should body lift your jeep, without knowing what kind of jeep..

IMO:

A good Bacon wrap (aka: filet Mignon) should not require any sauces.. a nice seasoning prior to grilling is all that is needed...

a new york steak requires A1

and a pepper steak requires a good BBQ sauce, like Jack Daniels original.
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what kind of steak? Your question is so "broad" that it cannot adequately be answered.. Essentially you are asking if you should body lift your jeep, without knowing what kind of jeep..
Has to be a t bone or rib eye. no other steak is worth having.
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Steak IS THE FLAVOR!!! It should not be tainted with sauces.
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If it needs sauce, your doing it wrong.
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what kind of steak? Your question is so "broad" that it cannot adequately be answered.. Essentially you are asking if you should body lift your jeep, without knowing what kind of jeep..

IMO:

A good Bacon wrap (aka: filet Mignon) should not require any sauces.. a nice seasoning prior to grilling is all that is needed...

a new york steak requires A1

and a pepper steak requires a good BBQ sauce, like Jack Daniels original.
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i season my steaks with a rub. fresh diced garlic, diced onions, black pepper, sea salt, a very small amount of oregano, a little bit of tabasco, and then moisten it up with some olive oil.

pound it into the steak, rub it in, and then mash all the onions and garlic into the steak then grill to about medium well.

serve with a loaded potato, double breaded chicken fingers, and steamed broccoli smothered in melted cheddar.

then warm blueberry pie with oreo ice cream.

when i cook a dinner thats whats on the menu.
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Has to be a t bone or rib eye. no other steak is worth having.
I'd have to add New York Strip to that list

But my #1 choice is rib eye for sure.
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A steak that is good, sauce it needs not.
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this ^

i season my steaks with a rub. fresh diced garlic, diced onions, black pepper, sea salt, a very small amount of oregano, a little bit of tabasco, and then moisten it up with some olive oil.

pound it into the steak, rub it in, and then mash all the onions and garlic into the steak then grill to about medium well.

serve with a loaded potato, double breaded chicken fingers, and steamed broccoli smothered in melted cheddar.

then warm blueberry pie with oreo ice cream.

when i cook a dinner thats whats on the menu.
when are you coming to cook for me?
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gotta be seared. about 3 min each side.
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