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The Lounge>Fire Me Boy! What's For Dinner? Thread
Buehler445 08:45 AM 07-15-2015
Since the other one got too big, let's keep the food truck rolling. Whacha got?

Vol 2. http://www.chiefsplanet.com/BB/showthread.php?t=285408
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Fire Me Boy! 08:24 PM 02-25-2016
Originally Posted by JASONSAUTO:
Goddamm that soup sounds good.

I'm having million dollar spaghetti.

What is this you speak of?
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SAUTO 08:25 PM 02-25-2016
Originally Posted by Fire Me Boy!:
What is this you speak of?
http://www.madefrompinterest.net/mil...lar-spaghetti/
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lewdog 08:25 PM 02-25-2016
I marinated the rest of the chuck steaks in a Teriyaki sauce over night hoping to soften them up.

Nope. I think the lowest I'll go from now on is Sirloin.
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Buehler445 08:27 PM 02-25-2016
Hamburger helper. And it tastes amazing. I haven't eaten all day.
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Fire Me Boy! 08:28 PM 02-25-2016
Originally Posted by JASONSAUTO:
http://www.madefrompinterest.net/mil...lar-spaghetti/

Looks kind of like a spaghetti/lasagna.
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Fish 08:35 PM 02-25-2016
Originally Posted by lewdog:
I marinated the rest of the chuck steaks in a Teriyaki sauce over night hoping to soften them up.

Nope. I think the lowest I'll go from now on is Sirloin.
Man, we either have vastly different opinions on what is considered "Tough" or you have very different cuts of meat. Mine was tender enough to cut most bites with the fork. Mine was ~$5/lb vs your ~$3/lb, which I thought was odd, so maybe there are different cuts of chuck. But mine was not anything close to what I would call "Tough."
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Buzz 08:40 PM 02-25-2016
Originally Posted by Fire Me Boy!:
If you need more idea for potatoes, look no further than potato galette. Duck fat, if you have it.
Will do...
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SAUTO 08:46 PM 02-25-2016
Originally Posted by Fire Me Boy!:
Looks kind of like a spaghetti/lasagna.
It is. I almost described it that way.


I like it.
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Fire Me Boy! 08:46 PM 02-25-2016
Originally Posted by Fish:
Man, we either have vastly different opinions on what is considered "Tough" or you have very different cuts of meat. Mine was tender enough to cut most bites with the fork. Mine was ~$5/lb vs your ~$3/lb, which I thought was odd, so maybe there are different cuts of chuck. But mine was not anything close to what I would call "Tough."

Maybe you had chuck eye? That's closer to ribeye.
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lewdog 08:54 PM 02-25-2016
Originally Posted by Fish:
Man, we either have vastly different opinions on what is considered "Tough" or you have very different cuts of meat. Mine was tender enough to cut most bites with the fork. Mine was ~$5/lb vs your ~$3/lb, which I thought was odd, so maybe there are different cuts of chuck. But mine was not anything close to what I would call "Tough."
I'm not super picky. I'll even eat my wife's leftover well done steak and not complain. And it's no where near as chewy as this was.

Maybe you had chuck-eye steak which I love.
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Fish 09:04 PM 02-25-2016
Originally Posted by Fire Me Boy!:
Maybe you had chuck eye? That's closer to ribeye.
It was labeled in the store as a Charcoal Steak. I've only known that to be a Chuck steak. ?

It was $5.2something/lb. At least 1/2" thick before cooking.
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Fire Me Boy! 09:11 PM 02-25-2016
Originally Posted by Fish:
It was labeled in the store as a Charcoal Steak. I've only known that to be a Chuck steak. ?



It was $5.2something/lb. At least 1/2" thick before cooking.

Don't know, man. Charcoal steak seems to be a rather generic term for anything from chuck steak to chuck eye. $5.20 seems cheap for chuck eye (at least here), but expensive for chuck steak.
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lewdog 09:15 PM 02-25-2016
Originally Posted by Fire Me Boy!:
Don't know, man. Charcoal steak seems to be a rather generic term for anything from chuck steak to chuck eye. $5.20 seems cheap for chuck eye (at least here), but expensive for chuck steak.
I usually can find chuck-eye for $4.99-$5.49/lb here. I have never seen charcoal steak. I can usually find chuck steak here for $2.99-$3.50/lb.

I am thinking you had something definitely better than me! :-)
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lewdog 09:17 PM 02-25-2016
I just googled charcoal steak and found that it is also called chicken steak or top blade steak. In this article it says it's the second most tender cut on the animal.

http://www.esquire.com/food-drink/fo...-cuts/?slide=1
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Fish 09:19 PM 02-25-2016
Just checked the packaging. It was actually unicorn meat. Totally explains the confusion. Still thinking the tenderizing was the key. But anyway. Carry on...
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