In partnership with CBSSports.com
Online Now 2406
Online now 1426 Record: 18710 (2/25/2012)
We aren't just committed to college football; we're early enrolling in it.
Where the madness isn't just in March.
You have no favorite boards.
The most viewed topics.
The most replied to topics.
The most up-voted topics.
The most down-voted topics.
The most up-voted posters.
The most down-voted posters.
The most followed posters.
actually every saturday and sunday that is what we eat for breakfast. split a pack of bacon between me and the wife, 4 eggs scrambled each. if we have left over chili that goes on top of the eggs. I take sriracha on mine.
Chuck eye's are a great steak to grill yourself when you don't wanna break the bank. I don't think it stands up to Ribeye, Porterhouse, and others in terms of quality and taste, but its tough to beat for the price.
My ideal steak is a Ribeye on the rarer side of medium-rare. I like it bloody on the inside, but its gotta be charred good on the outside.
I Believe Auburn and Love IT...4 Life!
You should prepare yourself to live with the consequences of your decisions, whatever they may be.
I know the guy that likes his filet medium is a doosh
Ribeye, T-bone, Porterhouse = real man
Filet = sissy boy or wife/gf's leftovers
Sirloin, Flank = lol you're poor
So all real men can afford to eat $10+/pound steak every time? Tbone is my favorite but can't afford it every time. I eat flat irons in the summer a lot when I grill once a week
Ribeye medium rare no $)@$)ing steak sauce!!! Cook your steal right!
$50 bet with Rebels10 - Best of 3 Egg Bowls
**the $50 goes to others schools athletics dept**
Anyone who ruins a great steak with any sauce is a woman so, yes.
:Quoted wrong post:
This post was edited by DrStache 15 months ago
Sauce is for vaginas and sirloins are for poor people
Fish and Steak do not need any sauce. The meat itself is all the flavor needed if seasoned and cooked correctly.
Actually had some salmon tonight. It was f**k your mother good.
This, nothing beats a good T-bone
Grill a redfish filet with some Tony's, and garlic and butter
You would ruin a redfish with additionals, I am disappoint.
I dream of a day when chickens can cross the road without having their motives questioned.
The answer to your question is yes.
Honestly I don't eat steaks a whole lot. Has more to do with my lifestyle and back account than my choosing though. If I want to spend that type of money on food I usually go with a filet. If I'm around the beach during good fishing seasons I'm always going to get the fresh seafood over anything else.
I don't eat steak a whole ton either which is why the cut seems a little irrelevant I guess.
I might grill a good steak once every couple of weeks and that is about it. If I ate it every day, it wouldn't have the same luster to me personally.
First, a man's steak shouldn't be anything less than about 16 oz, unless it's a filet, and then you're a woman. After that, it should be a ribeye, preferably bone-in, no warmer than medium rare or rare plus. When it comes to steaks, order like a damn man or try the veal you fairy.
Well as I previously stated, I prefer a T-Bone.
You calling me a fairy because I don't like the cut that you do?
Whenever I hear people up here in Yankee land order a steak well done and asks for steak sauce, my ears start to bleed.
I don't really care what type of steak you order, but have the decency to order it medium rare.
Why should we have to go to class if we came here to play FOOTBALL, we ain't come to play SCHOOL, classes are POINTLESS
You're probably a fairy, yes, but not because you order T-bones. But it should be a ribeye. Look, Ratt ... I'm not always gonna be here to help you with this stuff. T-bone's a tougher cut of meat. Thought everyone knew this?
Still never been a huge ribeye fan. I know fat is flavor and all, but ribeye's just have too much fat for my liking. I like the T-Bone because you get the flavor from the bone and don't have to deal with all the damn gristle. Plus you get two cuts in one steak.
If you are talking about all tenderness, then why not a filet? That is a lot more tender than a ribeye. You are contradicting yourself homeslice.
Because filets are small, like women. Good grief. Just get a beer and I'll order for us. A T-bone is acceptable, but you're driving a Camaro when you could be driving a Corvette. Don't settle, Ratt.
I just prefer a T-bone. You aren't going to change my mind.
Well maybe not, but if you've ever been to a high-end steakhouse that knows what they're doing and how to prepare steaks, I just can't seeing going with a bone-in ribeye or bone-in prime rib.
Best steak I've ever had was a 26 oz bone-in ribeye from Kevin Rathbun's Steakhouse in Atlanta. 2nd best was the bone-in prime rib at The Sun Dial in Atlanta. My wife had filets both times. I'm pretty sure I saw a few "men" who lead "alternative lifestyles" eating T-bones.
247Sports In partnership with CBS Sports