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Do you let your steak "rest" after cooking? Or do you like it sizzling hot?

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2 hours ago, Gotcow? said:

There's only one way to do it right.

 

and yours is not the right way.

I know it's wrong...But it tastes soooo good.  

 

This is why I really love steak tips. They're all different sizes so as the bigger ones are still cooking, I can eat the smaller pieces right off the grill, still sizzling when I pop it in my mouth. :drool:

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3 mins ago, Seal said:

I know it's wrong...But it tastes soooo good.  

 

This is why I really love steak tips. They're all different sizes so as the bigger ones are still cooking, I can eat the smaller pieces right off the grill, still sizzling when I pop it in my mouth. :drool:

Yes, but if you let them sit a bit they taste even better.

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2 hours ago, Seal said:

I know it's wrong...But it tastes soooo good.  

 

This is why I really love steak tips. They're all different sizes so as the bigger ones are still cooking, I can eat the smaller pieces right off the grill, still sizzling when I pop it in my mouth. :drool:

I hear you man. I do like food hot enough it could burn my mouth but a good steak deserves to rest at least 5 minutes. If I'm hungry it's always harder and I'm always hungry (and hard).

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46 mins ago, Reed422 said:

I hear you man. I do like food hot enough it could burn my mouth but a good steak deserves to rest at least 5 minutes. If I'm hungry it's always harder and I'm always hungry (and hard).

Tell your boyfriend to put some pants on....

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5 hours ago, Gotcow? said:

There's only one way to do it right.

 

and yours is not the right way.

Nonsense!

Kind of like pizza and /or BBQ, there is no wrong way if you like it....

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Just now, Reed422 said:

Do you let your pork ceviche rest?

I do not eat ceviche. 

 

I also dont let my food "rest" what did it get tired from being cooked?

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