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Tue May 14, 2019, 04:17 PM

Fan of Gordon Ramsey? Best interview ever. NSFW

He get's utterly destroyed by hot wings.

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Reply Fan of Gordon Ramsey? Best interview ever. NSFW (Original post)
Currentsitguy May 14 OP
Grumpy Pickle May 14 #1
oflguy May 14 #2
Butchie_T May 14 #3
Currentsitguy May 14 #4
Butchie_T May 14 #5
Currentsitguy May 14 #6
Butchie_T May 14 #7

Response to Currentsitguy (Original post)

Tue May 14, 2019, 05:32 PM

1. Love hot wings.

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Response to Currentsitguy (Original post)

Tue May 14, 2019, 05:42 PM

2. He's begun to ease up on the kids

He used to treat them like he treats adults, but I guess he finally realized they are just kids.

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Response to Currentsitguy (Original post)

Tue May 14, 2019, 07:28 PM

3. Hey, how was the wagyu?

If you said, I missed it.

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Response to Butchie_T (Reply #3)

Tue May 14, 2019, 08:29 PM

4. Absolutely amazing

Here's what worked, and what I can improve on (I have two more). My cooking technique was: Cast iron on induction top set at 460. 15 seconds, flip, 15 seconds, flip, 15 seconds, flip, 15 seconds, flip, rest, serve. It was the most amazing piece of meat I have ever put into my mouth, but it was perhaps ever so slightly overcooked. It seemed to us this high quality of beef should be as close to seared rare as possible. We spoke to the owner of a rather high end Asian Fusion Cuisine restaurant we happen to be friends with and he spoke with their Executive Chef. We offered to let the chef have his way with it and we would pay for preparation, but he said it scared the piss out of him. He did, however, recommend a change in cooking technique. Increase the temp by 20 degrees and just do only 15 seconds per side and call it done.

Overall though I have to say it is like having pizza in Italy (Which I've done. Don't EVER do it). It ruins it for you forever.

It has sold us enough that we know Costco knocks off $300 around Christmas for a Rib Roast. We're seriously considering getting one in then. We can cut it into steaks. It's around a grand but a once a year splurge is OK with friends and family.

Here's what I will tell you. Is it worth $270 for 4 8 oz steaks? Yeah, everyone should experience this at least once in their lifetime. Depending on your dining philosophy, get a big red wine or good whiskey to accompany it and savor each and every bite.

If you use a serrated knife may the ghost of Julia Child haunt you.

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Response to Currentsitguy (Reply #4)

Tue May 14, 2019, 08:44 PM

5. Making my mouth water just reading this

I’d be the only one who would end up eating it. Neither my wife or mother-in-law can handle anything less then well done when it comes to beef. Me, med to med-rare and I’m your huckleberry.

I would love to try it but it would be a rather large expense for just one person. I’ll have to see about trying this on a business trip if the opportunity presents itself.

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Response to Butchie_T (Reply #5)

Tue May 14, 2019, 09:19 PM

6. I know a few chefs and restaurant owners

Tell your wife, and please don't take offense, that the general practice is if you order well done meat of any kind in a restaurant, you will get the worst cut in the house since the chef assumes you have no respect or discernment for what you are eating.

Generally speaking they consider it just above low grade dog food and a waste of good meat.

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Response to Currentsitguy (Reply #6)

Tue May 14, 2019, 09:33 PM

7. I have tried for years....to no avail

I no longer bother and simply enjoy my beef cooked the way I enjoy it.

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