Here’s a very informative article about knives. You should read it. It’s got some nice gory bits, and isn’t all that practical, but has a sense of humor, even: How to Wield a Knife - The Atlantic Food Channel.
No matter how much care you take, if you spend lots of time cutting meat you will cut yourself severely at some time or another. Often you will do so just when your first aid kit has hit bottom. No matter! If you have paper towels and plastic wrap handy, you have all the necessary first aid to get you to a hospital, or, less desirable, to the end of your shift. Simply wash the cut to remove any parts that don’t belong to you and then wrap quickly with paper towels and plastic wrap, tightly if the cut is bad and you’re on the way to the hospital, and less snug to make it through your shift without your injured extremity falling asleep.
Now off we go to watch some youtubes about using a sharpening steel!
west seattle « absinthe and oranges
December 5, 2008 in west seattle | Tags: jak’s grill, morton’s, steakhouse, west seattle | 1 comment
It was a Saturday night, and somewhat incredulously, I found myself in West Seattle for the third time in as many months. Also beyond belief: I was having dinner at mothertrucking JaK’s Grill. Now I readily admit that my food writing is completely subjective and hopelessly incompetent, but this is only exacerbated by the fact that I’m nowhere near equipped to comment on a steakhouse. I know nothing about steak, and don’t much care to.
Just give it up. You’ll never get a post through into the comments of this blog. Go take a swim on the beaches of beautiful Belize.
Quit being an asshole. I know some really mean hackers. ;-)
“beans to kick you in the gonads”
Barbecue baked beans recipe : use real butter seems to be a blog about food, advocating the use of real butter. This here is a case of a recipe for baked beans. It sounds tempting, to put some of these on the side-burner while roasing up a shitload of brisket or something. One beef though: where’s the bacon?!
She also presents a bunch of nice photographic work, as well as some actual recipes for steak, like Grilled Marinate Flank which I’ll have to try. Nice!
Sur La Table Stainless Steel Meat Hook - Sur La Table
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You know you want this MEAT HOOK.
I sure do.
One fine muddle « Shoes & Cocktails which, while it isn’t directly a post about steak, does happen to mention steak marinated in chimichurri, which is one of our very best favorites over here on the SteakFeed.
I dooooo love me some caipirinhas though!
Dinner Diary » Steak
Steak with Horseradish Crushed Potatoes
From a very nicely categorized (and photographed!!) home food blog of the British or Canadian variety. Very good work, and plenty of cookery inspiration of the non-steak variety as well.
Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day. Teach a man to fish and he will eat for a lifetime. Teach a man to create an artificial shortage of fish and he will eat steak.
– Jay Leno, found on Does the sun shine to your liking?
sloth unleashed - suzukichiyo:
Outback Pie - Steak, Bacon & Egg !!!! (via NicnBill)