Friday, February 27, 2009


Who doesn't love a big juicy steak? Personally I don't like steak cooked elaborately. Salt and pepper is enough if the meat is of high quality (note: expensive). With beef, you usually get what you pay for.

This site has a great chart for steak cooking times, something that takes practice to perfect. The worst thing you can do is cut a piece of steak to test if it's cooked to your tastes. All the juices and flavor will flow out never to be seen again. Also, tent the steak with foil after cooking for 5 minutes or so to let the juices settle (or something of that sort). There's nothing better than a well cooked high quality steak. Just looking at this makes one drool.


MARRY said...


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ooh la la, my hubby loves steak and i am learning to cook it, thanks for the link!

obagi said...

Yummy red color! My kid loves steak. Thanks for the cooking tips.

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