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How do you order your steak?

Bloody as Hell
2
3%
Medium-Rare
26
41%
Medium
12
19%
Medium-Well
20
32%
Burnt to a Crisp
3
5%
 
Total votes : 63

Postby Madison » Mon Jun 26, 2006 10:01 pm

Fireball Express wrote:Being in the business I realized that almost everyone likes their food prepared a different way.

On a personal level, if I take a woman out for dinner and she puts ketchup on a steak, there will be no next date. Happened to me once at Ruth Chris Steakhouse. I was never so embarrassed.


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Steak sauce is bad enough, but ketchup? 8-o

No sauce at all is needed on a steak that's cooked right. ;-D
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Postby Fireball Express » Mon Jun 26, 2006 10:05 pm

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RugbyD wrote:
Fireball Express wrote:On a personal level, if I take a woman out for dinner and she puts ketchup on a steak, there will be no next date. Happened to me once at Ruth Chris Steakhouse. I was never so embarrassed.

I'll second that principle, though thank god its never happened to me. Did she know why she wasn't asked back?


if she's hot, she can pour water on it for all i care. ;-D


There's classy women that you take out to nice places. Then there's those who you just get drunk and dot her eyes. I also watch what their table manners are like. If she doesn't know how to hold a fork and cut her meat she will be the 12 pack date instead of the $200 dinner date.
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Postby knapplc » Mon Jun 26, 2006 10:13 pm

Madison wrote:
Fireball Express wrote:Being in the business I realized that almost everyone likes their food prepared a different way.

On a personal level, if I take a woman out for dinner and she puts ketchup on a steak, there will be no next date. Happened to me once at Ruth Chris Steakhouse. I was never so embarrassed.


8-o

Steak sauce is bad enough, but ketchup? 8-o

No sauce at all is needed on a steak that's cooked right. ;-D



Some people LIKE ketchup.


I don't think I like the tone of all you intolerant anti-ketchup-ites.
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Postby Fireball Express » Mon Jun 26, 2006 10:18 pm

knapplc wrote:
Madison wrote:
Fireball Express wrote:Being in the business I realized that almost everyone likes their food prepared a different way.

On a personal level, if I take a woman out for dinner and she puts ketchup on a steak, there will be no next date. Happened to me once at Ruth Chris Steakhouse. I was never so embarrassed.


8-o

Steak sauce is bad enough, but ketchup? 8-o

No sauce at all is needed on a steak that's cooked right. ;-D



Some people LIKE ketchup.


I don't think I like the tone of all you intolerant anti-ketchup-ites.


Just don't expect a call from me asking if you want to go to Peter Lugers. lol. :^
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Postby Madison » Mon Jun 26, 2006 10:20 pm

knapplc wrote:
Madison wrote:
Fireball Express wrote:Being in the business I realized that almost everyone likes their food prepared a different way.

On a personal level, if I take a woman out for dinner and she puts ketchup on a steak, there will be no next date. Happened to me once at Ruth Chris Steakhouse. I was never so embarrassed.


8-o

Steak sauce is bad enough, but ketchup? 8-o

No sauce at all is needed on a steak that's cooked right. ;-D



Some people LIKE ketchup.


I don't think I like the tone of all you intolerant anti-ketchup-ites.


Ketchup has many good uses. Like on french fries! ;-D

I'd never disrespect a good steak by putting ketchup on it though. :-b If it's cooked right, there's no need for any sauce at all.
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Postby knapplc » Mon Jun 26, 2006 11:09 pm

Fireball Express wrote:
knapplc wrote:
Madison wrote:
Fireball Express wrote:Being in the business I realized that almost everyone likes their food prepared a different way.

On a personal level, if I take a woman out for dinner and she puts ketchup on a steak, there will be no next date. Happened to me once at Ruth Chris Steakhouse. I was never so embarrassed.


8-o

Steak sauce is bad enough, but ketchup? 8-o

No sauce at all is needed on a steak that's cooked right. ;-D



Some people LIKE ketchup.


I don't think I like the tone of all you intolerant anti-ketchup-ites.


Just don't expect a call from me asking if you want to go to Peter Lugers. lol. :^


Remember - I live in Nebraska. I don't even know the two restaurants you'e mentioned in this thread so far - I've never even heard of them.

Someday I'll make it over to the East Coast, but until then I'll just have to suffer through all this Midwest Corn-Fed beef we have here. ;-7
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Postby Fireball Express » Mon Jun 26, 2006 11:19 pm

knapplc wrote:
Fireball Express wrote:
knapplc wrote:
Madison wrote:
Fireball Express wrote:Being in the business I realized that almost everyone likes their food prepared a different way.

On a personal level, if I take a woman out for dinner and she puts ketchup on a steak, there will be no next date. Happened to me once at Ruth Chris Steakhouse. I was never so embarrassed.


8-o

Steak sauce is bad enough, but ketchup? 8-o

No sauce at all is needed on a steak that's cooked right. ;-D



Some people LIKE ketchup.


I don't think I like the tone of all you intolerant anti-ketchup-ites.


Just don't expect a call from me asking if you want to go to Peter Lugers. lol. :^


Remember - I live in Nebraska. I don't even know the two restaurants you'e mentioned in this thread so far - I've never even heard of them.

Someday I'll make it over to the East Coast, but until then I'll just have to suffer through all this Midwest Corn-Fed beef we have here. ;-7


I thought you may have heard of Ruth's Chris. It's a chain of fine steak houses. I know there's one here and one in North Palm Beach, FL. Not sure where the others are. I didn't expect you to know Peter Lugers. It's a local legend for great steaks here in NY.

They are a far cry from Outback.
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Postby knapplc » Mon Jun 26, 2006 11:21 pm

Fireball Express wrote:
knapplc wrote:
Fireball Express wrote:
knapplc wrote:
Madison wrote:
Fireball Express wrote:Being in the business I realized that almost everyone likes their food prepared a different way.

On a personal level, if I take a woman out for dinner and she puts ketchup on a steak, there will be no next date. Happened to me once at Ruth Chris Steakhouse. I was never so embarrassed.


8-o

Steak sauce is bad enough, but ketchup? 8-o

No sauce at all is needed on a steak that's cooked right. ;-D



Some people LIKE ketchup.


I don't think I like the tone of all you intolerant anti-ketchup-ites.


Just don't expect a call from me asking if you want to go to Peter Lugers. lol. :^


Remember - I live in Nebraska. I don't even know the two restaurants you'e mentioned in this thread so far - I've never even heard of them.

Someday I'll make it over to the East Coast, but until then I'll just have to suffer through all this Midwest Corn-Fed beef we have here. ;-7


I thought you may have heard of Ruth's Chris. It's a chain of fine steak houses. I know there's one here and one in North Palm Beach, FL. Not sure where the others are. I didn't expect you to know Peter Lugers. It's a local legend for great steaks here in NY.

They are a far cry from Outback.


I'm sure they are. Outback believes in overspiced, average meat. They make up for thier lack of flavor with TONS of salt, and that does not make a good steak. THAT is a steak worthy of lots of ketchup. ;-)
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Postby Fireball Express » Mon Jun 26, 2006 11:25 pm

Here, I did a little research for you. I didn't know tehre were so many Ruth's Chris around the States. Just none in Nebraska.

http://www.ruthschris.com/locations/locations.html
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Postby knapplc » Mon Jun 26, 2006 11:51 pm

Fireball Express wrote:Here, I did a little research for you. I didn't know tehre were so many Ruth's Chris around the States. Just none in Nebraska.

http://www.ruthschris.com/locations/locations.html


Heck, there's one just four hours away in Kansas City.

But here's the deal - I just made steaks Saturday. I roasted diced squash, zucchini, red and yellow peppers and red onion, baked some potatoes, baked some bread and grilled ribeyes. I served it with an appetizer of roma slices, basil leaf and fresh mozzarella on sourdough (bought at the market) and drizzled with olive oil and a touch of kosher salt. I served it with two bottles of Chateau Musset Chevalier (2001).


Now, if that's my Saturday meal for me and five of our friends, what's in it for me to go to this restaurant?
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