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November 27, 2011

If you don’t eat beef then look away.  If you eat beef but like it well done then go away.  Most high end steak houses will refuse to torch the integrity from your meal.  I am in agreement.  There is a fine line separating a savory delicacy from the bottom of a shoe.  With my shoe comfortably on my foot I arduously try not to put either in my mouth when preparing a fine cut of tenderloin.  Treading lightly, I seared the peppered filet and cautiously finished it in the oven.  Rested and ready, it joined the red wine porcini mushroom reduction to complete this barefoot delight.  Well done.

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. Geener permalink
    November 28, 2011 12:22 pm

    Top Ten Reasons To Eat (Really) Red Meat…

    10. Corpuscular volume rises, lots of energy!
    9. What else would you use butcher paper for??
    8. Gas grills are too hard to assemble to only use 3 months out of the year
    7. I need a really good cleanse
    6. My gastroenterologist needs to pay off his Lexus
    5. It infuriates my pseudo-vegetarian daughter (payback is a (b) itch)
    4. Bonanza…no…not the restaurant.
    3. Impress your date and feel like a big “spacone” while shelling out $300 for 2 at
    Peter Luger’s…side dishes not included
    2. There’d be no “surf” without the “turf”

    And… the # 1 reason to eat really really red meat is: Ta dah…

    Listening to “Hoedown” from composer Aaron Copeland’s “Rodeo” on football Sundays

    • donnybuffet permalink*
      November 30, 2011 10:57 am

      Geener, I think we need to have the first late night food-based talk show. It may be our calling. I have a lot of Stupid Kitchen Tricks.

  2. Spicytequila permalink
    November 29, 2011 1:20 pm

    I want to roll up a sliver with that porcini insanity and eat it with my fingers!

  3. April 4, 2012 10:15 pm

    That reminds me of my daddy he makes me steak a lot looks like u really put all ur work in it I’m sure u did

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