manly man tips. .. this is so manly that my laptop started lifting
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#7 - notanegro (04/06/2013) [+] (5 replies)
this is so manly that my laptop started lifting
User avatar #9 - europeanswallow (04/06/2013) [+] (32 replies)
Couple things:

-Extra Virgin Olive Oil is the same as regular olive oil except that when they press a fresh batch of Olives, the first few (virgin) presses give it a slightly different flavor. It's doesn't make much of a difference when you cook with it, but it's generally used for cold foods like salad dressings, antipastos, etc.

-ONLY TURN YOUR STEAK ONCE. If you keep flipping it, that bitch is gonna get dry.

-Resting really should be about 7-10 minutes

-If you cook your steak past medium rare you may as well eat a shoe. The FDA and USDA are very good about making sure food is pure, so there is no reason to incinerate your steak. Overcooking steak takes the natural flavors out of it

-Protip: If your cooking your steak rare (like you should be) put some Olive Oil in a spray bottle and spray a little bit of it on the grill while it's cooking, this will add flavor as well as makes the flames higher, charring the outside and keeping the inside nice and tender

-Never use charcoal, the outer layer of your steak will literally be ash. Propane is clean and almost has no taste, so your steaks flavor will shine through

Sauce: My dad is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America and is an executive chef at a 4 star restaurant
#13 to #9 - gewehr (04/06/2013) [-]
Don't use charcoal only use propane.... We know it's you Hank
#86 - vegetatheprince (04/07/2013) [+] (10 replies)
As a steak enjoy-er, I would say that there is nothing un-manly to having different seasonings on your steak. It's like having different kinds of pasta, you wouldn't eat only spaghetti forever, when there are so many different kinds.
#195 - hahdumbbirch (04/07/2013) [+] (8 replies)
if you are a real manly man you will use coal instead of propane, coal has this property where it adds an extra smoky flavor, where as propane just cooks it. pity.
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User avatar #3 - emptypotatosack (04/06/2013) [+] (3 replies)
adding oil to a steak is just as wrong as adding any bbq sauce or steak sauce
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#114 - suddenlypotatoes (04/07/2013) [-]
****		 you, A1 sauce is amazing
**** you, A1 sauce is amazing
#74 - crafty badger (04/07/2013) [+] (7 replies)
**** charcoal use woods. You get those lovely carcinogens that taste like heaven, not that ask from charcoal. Finally it's my opinion that you should never salt the steak when your resting it on the counter before cooking it. Salt pulls moisture, i.e. blood out of the meat and to the surface where it is evaporated the second you start cooking. Salt and pepper only JUST before cooking. You dont use olive oil on a high temp meat preparation because olive oil has a low smoke temp. meaning it tastes burnt and bitter. Use rape seed or grape seed oil. Don't put the oil on the steak rub it on your grill bars before cooking. When you cook the steak it will release naturally from the grill when it's gotten enough maillard reaction. meaning if your trying to pry it off the bars then it aint done and you need to stop.flip it once and cook it to 110 for a striploin, 108 for a ribeye, and 113 for a chop. The heat in the meat continues to cook it after you remove it from the grill. Rest it for about 10 minutes and eat.

If you want it to be richer then make a compound butter... really easy room temp butter, mash in finely chopped herbs and like 1 shallot roll it into a log and freeze it. When you want some butter-lovin cut off a chip of it and top that bitch off when it's resting.

Source: 11 years high end kitchen experience / top of my class at the Culinary inst. of amurica.
#456 - honkitonk (04/07/2013) [+] (3 replies)
i like this, there is just one small but grave mistake. you dont put 			*******		 pepper on the steak before you give it the kiss of the flame. the pepper just burns away and leaves burnt ash on the steak. any professional can tell you that.
i like this, there is just one small but grave mistake. you dont put ******* pepper on the steak before you give it the kiss of the flame. the pepper just burns away and leaves burnt ash on the steak. any professional can tell you that.
#38 - uhduhello (04/06/2013) [+] (2 replies)
I used to work in a butcher shop, best value/awesomeness is a porterhouse.
Why you might ask?
Its half prime rib, half NY Strip
User avatar #16 - Mebeshe (04/06/2013) [+] (2 replies)
If you eat your steak well done I will find you and I will kill you. You just butchered a tasty steak and are now eating shoe leather.
User avatar #2 - remsaman (04/06/2013) [+] (3 replies)
i can only imagine this is getting thumbed down because of pussies that cant cook steak for **** , or that manly men are mad that its handing out free man cards
User avatar #415 - schneidend (04/07/2013) [+] (2 replies)
You know what actually makes men not manly? Being uptight douches about the exact preparation of their food.
User avatar #379 - Deathmaster (04/07/2013) [-]
Instructions not clear enough; burned my dick on the grill.
#350 - thatdamnllama (04/07/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Man Tip #3

How to brush your teeth like a man
#37 - thinkwithportals (04/06/2013) [-]
The 			****		 you doing talking 			****		 bout A1
The **** you doing talking **** bout A1
#207 - slikmonkey (04/07/2013) [-]
Bobby - "What if they want their steak well done, dad?

Hank - "We kindly, but sternly ask them to leave"
User avatar #6 - retris (04/06/2013) [-]
Agree on all but the thermometer, a real man knows by instinct alone whether his steak is done
#296 - blockheadboy (04/07/2013) [+] (2 replies)
its not funny but at least you learned something
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