Steak

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Steak

Rare
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60%
I don't actually like steak
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40%
 
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Leisher wrote:Steaks sous vide
That's my favorite way to do a steak, particularly filet. And ribs.

I have one of these.
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Europe has "blue" steaks, but that's really just their word for rare. I asked for medium rare and was told I wanted Rare, and it came out Red.

at least based on my limited 3 steaks I ate while there.
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TheCatt wrote: Mon Aug 08, 2022 4:27 pm I asked for medium rare and was told I wanted Rare, and it came out Red.
Most places can't even cook medium rare right, I cannot imagine how shitty your steak would be rare.

I've had beef tartar before. Now that was rare.
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Leisher wrote: Mon Aug 08, 2022 8:44 pm I've had beef tartar before. Now that was rare.
I have too, but I skipped it this go round. I did eat snails though.
Leisher wrote: Mon Aug 08, 2022 8:44 pm Most places can't even cook medium rare right, I cannot imagine how shitty your steak would be rare.
The 3 steaks I had were perfectly cooked and delicious. All 3 were ribeyes.
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TheCatt wrote: Mon Aug 08, 2022 9:11 pm I did eat snails though.
I did that on my honeymoon. Enjoyed them.
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Leisher wrote: Mon Aug 08, 2022 10:19 pm
TheCatt wrote: Mon Aug 08, 2022 9:11 pm I did eat snails though.
I did that on my honeymoon. Enjoyed them.
As someone who enjoys grilled calamari, I found the snails a bit too chewy.
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I also enjoy calamari, but not sure I've had it grilled.

Also on the cruise I had some duck that I don't know how it was prepared, but it was delicious. Tasted a lot like bacon.
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