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New York Strip Steak with Mushrooms – Steak and Mushrooms


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New York Strip Steak with Mushrooms – Steak and Mushrooms


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25 comments

  1. just YUMMMMMMMMM…

  2. maybe in ur third-world-country all 3 cows are fed with grass lawl

  3. Cows are herbivores, they are SUPPOSED to eat grass, that’s what it MEANS (in this case) to be a herbivore, which is why I wondered what else they would eat. I don’t live in a third world country, FYI. I am not a farmer either so how the hell would I know? That’s why I asked. No need to be a dick about it, it was a perfectly reasonable question.

  4. i think it means not useing feed IE no additives like no salt or mineral mix

  5. MoNsTerHunTeRFreEk

    GROUND HOOVES?!?!?

  6. They have to find a use for the diseased, dying and dead animals, so they feed them to the animals that are still “alive”. If people knew what really happens in factory farms, they would never eat meat.

  7. hahaha, “…don’t be a scared.”

    i love you =). and i LOVE rare/mid-rare meat. YUMMM!!!

  8. Damn that looks good! Except for the medium-rareness of the meat and the leaf on the side of the plate. -_-

  9. most american cows are corn fed

  10. @n3rdbear lol inorite xD i get ALL of my steaks medium well never pink :P and the lettucey stuff….bleh D:

  11. LOL you americans eat your meat so raw….

  12. RPGcollector1980

    Quit being a pussy & eat it bloody!!!

  13. I know many who do not. It’s not an American thing, trust me.

  14. rare/mid-rare meat are the beeeessst

  15. please please,,,,,, let the meat comes to room temperature,,, then sear it,,,, ,,,,,,,the steak is pretty rare,,, alright,,

  16. @lakeb0dom Every culture in the history of the world (with the exception of Western culture… which doesn’t count) has prized dishes that include not only rarely cooked meat, but totally raw meat. It’s a totally safe, very beneficial addition to anyone’s diet, so long as it’s high quality meat and properly prepared.

  17. *drools*

  18. Benzenering1004

    You forgot one very very important step. You need to let any steak come up to room temperature before cooking. Sorry to be so critical, but I just learned this secret recently and it makes all the difference in the world. Love your show, thanks for all the wonderful instruction.

  19. Benzenering1004

    Hah, i just noticed your comment on the room temp thing. I just made a post about that. I have been eating steaks all my life, 38 years.. and my dad showed me that just the other day, or was it that I finally payed attention after all this time?

  20. Benzering1004, He already said it about room temp. thing in other vid.

  21. Yeah your right. I don’t throw them on right away to pan-fry or grill I usually let them sit in the sink for an extra hour to get to room temp. All the flavor settles and the blood drains giving you the “good” juices.

  22. Japanese eat their fish raw….and so do I . Love sushi!!

  23. you should always cook your steak on high heat.

  24. xdeathisrighttherex

    TINY SPOONN!!

  25. thebrighttapestry

    I eat my steak raw, mmmmn…This looks good too, though.

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