You can't dry age a steak in four days
You can dry a steak in four days, but it isn't aged
There is a lot of information out there re: aging. Ignore every one of them that was written by some foodie blogger.
Lou, observing the Anthem respectfully INCLUDES saluting, and the hand over heart, but does not require it, and never did.
And it is NOT a sign of disrespect to clasp your hands in front of you and stand silently in observance.
And although I ca…
Oh. Just melancholy. She'd kill me if i killed myself!
I don't believe in afterlife, so I am in no danger of rushing it.
I am typing here as four drunken simpletons around me debate what time to get up and go fishing.
My vote is for them to go …
I actually eat the sushi sans wasabi and ginger. And then eat the wasabi. And then eat the ginger.
Re: wasab;i Breathe in through the nose, out through the mouth.
My usual gag is to act the neophyte and pick upmthe wasabi ball and say "what is t…
Can't hurt. Agreed
But only a judgemental 'patriot' thinks less of someone for not doing it.
A lot of people fly the flag and are proud of it.
I do too.
They judge me about not putting my hand over my heart during the anthem (something they i…
It is not a sign of disrespect to not have your hand over your heart for the anthem. People have become convincedl that any patriotic song, especially the anthem, requires the hand over the heart. No. You are rememberig grade school, and the pledge.…
Trimming is for people who want to be able to say they like dry aged beef, but who get the heebie geebies and want to do everything they can to make the steak look 'normal' again
One of the purposes of aging is to create the perfect crusted exterio…
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>That said, a purist steak aficionado would never eat haute cuisine where
steak is combined with anything but salt, pepper and butter.
Not entirely sure about that, but I'll concede your point, because I wasn't in that playground anyway.
I think smaller stuff makes for a better fire, actually. With the exception of bigger chunks below.
Best low and slow (during a snow storm to boot) I had was with the end of a bag. Unable to go get a new bag, I dumped all the chips in and crossed …