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Old 01-26-2007, 06:23 AM   #21
 
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If she really liked it cooked that way...she'd probably have a broiler pan...just saying...
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grill??? like bbq??? i don't have a grill. i live in a small apartment in the middle of downtown in my city.

and i'm not one of those nutcases who would go outside to cook in a -30c windchill.

as i noted above, i only bought a rolling pin this week and i've been living on my own for a year. there are things i don't have for my place that i'm only buying as i need/remember them.

and i don't often eat red meat...

(i wasn't BAKING it - i put it under the broiler!!!!)
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Old 01-26-2007, 06:29 AM   #22
 
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I don't think I have ever in my life heard of cooking a steak in the oven! Seriously, I didn't even know that was an option... I think grill or pan is the way to go! I'm gonna have to ask my mom about this baking thing...is that regional?
It's not really baking, its broiling. You put it really close to the heating element on top of the oven. We used to cook our steak like that until we got a grill.
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Old 01-26-2007, 06:32 AM   #23
 
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I don't think I have ever in my life heard of cooking a steak in the oven! Seriously, I didn't even know that was an option... I think grill or pan is the way to go! I'm gonna have to ask my mom about this baking thing...is that regional?
Putting a steak under the broiler is not the same as baking. They are also pretty good cooked in a grill pan on the stove.

And RCW, not everyone has the option of a barbecue grill. I live in a condo with a fire code that does not permit gas or charcoal grills to be used on the balcony. Sure, steak on the grill is great, but if you know how to cook, they taste really good on the stove or under the broiler.
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Old 01-26-2007, 09:21 AM   #24
 
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..but if you know how to cook, they taste really good on the stove or under the broiler.
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Old 01-26-2007, 11:10 AM   #25
 
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Have you tried a George Foreman? That's how we grill in the winter time... definitely not the same :P, but it'll do. How'd it turn out, btw?
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it came out GREAT!!!!

when you get those top-quality sirloins on sale, it's nice to indulge yourself!

i'll have to look into one of those little counter-top models - are they easy to clean? i don't have a dishwasher...
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Old 01-26-2007, 06:06 PM   #27
 
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it came out GREAT!!!!

when you get those top-quality sirloins on sale, it's nice to indulge yourself!

i'll have to look into one of those little counter-top models - are they easy to clean? i don't have a dishwasher...
I think all of the new ones have the removable grill plates that you can just wash off in the sink. I don't have a d/w either, so I feel your pain! But yep, they're easy to clean. I had a George Foreman a few years back and didn't like it because it was hard to clean, as the grill part didn't pop out. Someone bought me a Hamilton Beach and I've been using it a couple years now. But all the GF ones pop out now too, so I would think either would work! They're so handy for so many things - I've made French toast on mine before even! And grilled cheeses, toasted ham & cheese sandwiches, burgers, steaks, chicken, pork chops, etc. It's endless.
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