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Steaks

ColoREDo

REDo posts matter!!!
10 Year Member
Medium rare for sure. If they are going to miss, it should be on the rare side.
 

chicago husker

Scout Team
2 Year Member
1.25 to 1.5 thick, dry brined at least 3 hours prior to cook, hickory wood chips for smoke and medium rare please.
 

Deer&Ducks

Recruit
5 Year Member
First of all, never anything but my own animals. They live in what's called a "no stress environment" and are crazy tender. As for cooking . . . During the summer, bit of kosher salt, charcoal only, medium rare. During the winter, pan seared in real butter.

Love the picture, Smoker.
 

NU_Alum

All American
2 Year Member
I usually order rare plus at restaurants because they over cook. And if they don't it's yummy that way too!
 

HUSKER HOT SAUCE

Music Soothes My Soul
5 Year Member
Yeah, I go rare to med rare, just for the over cook thing, unless I know the restaurant, then I order med. rare.
 

Smoker

Ed Force One
5 Year Member
First of all, never anything but my own animals. They live in what's called a "no stress environment" and are crazy tender. As for cooking . . . During the summer, bit of kosher salt, charcoal only, medium rare. During the winter, pan seared in real butter.

Love the picture, Smoker.
Where are you located? Not sure what a, no stress environment is, lots of pasture roaming? In interested
 

huskrthill

Crap
10 Year Member
Medium rare to medium. But I'll eat it pretty much no matter what. One thing I do NOT like is previously frozen beef.
 
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CrabHusker

Unredacted
5 Year Member
Half the guys I work with spend their days surfing internet porn and here I am coming back over and over again to a thread with pictures of steak in it.
 

Deer&Ducks

Recruit
5 Year Member
Where are you located? Not sure what a, no stress environment is, lots of pasture roaming? In interested
We live about 30 minutes out of Lincoln. We raise two bucket calves at a time (even a steer needs a friend, right?), for us and some family members. They have lots of space to graze, but the no stress part really comes in because they're blocked from the wind at all times and if the weather isn't to their liking, they just need to lay down under one of the trees or walk into the barn and crash on their straw beds.

My cousin who supplies the calves refers to them as having "won the lottery" to get to come to our place. As far as a steer's life, they've got it pretty good.
 
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