Best thing to do with a steak

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Best thing to do with a steak

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I have rather a large surfeit of steak so I'm thinking of new ideas, anyone got any ? I don't like using it in casseroles or owt though, currently I'm boiling to large steaks, hammered em flat 'n' thin put a layer of Stilton on, then a layer of Herby bread crumbs with fried mushroom and onion then grated cheddar then rolled it up into a sausage heavily wrapped in clingfilm , Im going to boil it then lightly fry the outside :D , I love a rare fried steak but I want to try other ideas :D
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freeze some and give them to me :lol:
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make jerky and biltong............

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we can pig out on steaks at Lincoln xmas market, while we are standing in the cold cold snow. Steak and onion sarnies yummmmmmm
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find a vampire that needs a stake :lol:
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make jerky and biltong
no m8, I cant, these are like the best things ever lol, the fat is like butter :D , incidentally it was bloody lush :D
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will bring some hinnie :D , with peppercorn sauce made with double cream and fresh red peppercorns :D
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Cut into chunks about 1 inch cubed and grill to taste. serve on a bed of Rocket with good parmesan shaved over the top. Potatoes diced and fried with onions as an accompanyment if you loike. voila - Bistecca Fiorentino as enjoyed on Chris Dobson's Arms and Armour conference in Florence. Many happy memories of the food expecially the pizza giganticas which required peoplke to have individual tables at Restaurante Dante. Drool, dribble... Sorry. I'll get me coate.

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Or, grilled to taste, served in a red wine sauce with mushrooms like a Chasseur sauce but withe fried egg on top. The yolk should be runny so it mixes with the red wine sauce. surprising how well that works. This is how I recall eating steak in Portugal...

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Best thing to do with a steak... drive it through the nearest devil worshipping undead creature from Hell you find then hack off it's vile head and bury them apart in unmarked graves.


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Marcus Woodhouse wrote:Best thing to do with a steak... drive it through the nearest devil worshipping undead creature from Hell you find then hack off it's vile head and bury them apart in unmarked graves.


Always works for me.
I prefer to add a little garlick as well :D
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Make a steak pudding, after cooking, open the top, add as many shucked oysters as you can get in. Close the top, leave several minutes, open, stir, then eat. Whole different flavour to steak and oysters. Yum.

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Do you know any Mongolian re-enactors? They could tenderise it for you under their saddles? I'm sure the horse sweat can only add to the flavour!

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A salty tang, I sould imagine.
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