Dollar Tree Ribeyes

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  1. shane0911

    shane0911 Helping lost idiots find their village

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    Nope, I might ruin one of those Wal mart gristle slabs like that bit I will never cook a well done steak. Medium is it. You want it more than that you can do it. I wont.
     
  2. CajunlostinCali

    CajunlostinCali Booger Eatin Moron

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    Funny how those that like roux from a jar want their steak flavored from a bottle. Guess I could go on to assume the same folks like caramel and vanilla flavors in their coffee too.

    Sinners.
     
  3. red55

    red55 curmudgeon Staff Member

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    I suppose that salt, pepper and butter is equally sinful to uppity foodies. Not that there is anything wrong with that.

    Wrongo.
     
  4. shane0911

    shane0911 Helping lost idiots find their village

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    Whoa fella, I swear by roux from a jar and wouldn't dare use steak sauce. Salt, pepper, butter.
     
  5. CajunlostinCali

    CajunlostinCali Booger Eatin Moron

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    Nothing uppity to it. Don't pour A-1 onto my will to want a better product more properly connected to what nature intended. Mass production food sources are intended for just that, mass production. Sustainability is a course of nature living in a cooperative state. Everything is better when all of the elements of nature combine for a common goal. Mass producing corn to mass produce steak =the desire to promote steak sauce. Grass fed taste better, added elements like air and time produce an even better result. A pinch of salt continues to add another layer of sustainability. A far superior product. Give that to your body and the natural occurance is the want for more.

    Butter and salt are acceptable, but once you open the bottle, you introduce a logic that is not sustainable, merely passive.

    Have it your way, but for me, less is more.
     
  6. Bengal B

    Bengal B Founding Member

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    Every once in a while I like a shot of Hershey's chocolate syrup in my coffee
     
  7. red55

    red55 curmudgeon Staff Member

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    You are not lost in California . . . you belong in California, the world capitol of self-righteous indignation.
     
  8. Bengal B

    Bengal B Founding Member

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    For a good steak (ribeye, T Bone) that I cook in a pan rather than on the grill I cook it in butter with some fresh crushed garlic. No salt but a dash of Tony Chacherie's that does contain salt. Also add a splash of Worcestershire sauce. No steak sauce.

    Will cook a lesser piece of meat the same way. Like round steak or even chopped beef but I will use Heinz 57 or A1 on those.

    For a Cajun boy he has done pretty well at mastering the California language.:D
     
  9. LSUTiga

    LSUTiga TF Pubic Relations

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    I like mine medium to medium well. Not too too much blood running.

    My dad had a friend who would tell the waitress to cut the horns and wipe the ass, when asked how he wanted his steak.

    ewww!
     
  10. LSUTiga

    LSUTiga TF Pubic Relations

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    My man, I do not see the correlation here.
     
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