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Geologists use Molten Lava to Grill Up Some Steaks

Geologists use Molten Lava to Grill Up Some Steaks

steakmag May 21, 2015 Comments Off on Geologists use Molten Lava to Grill Up Some Steaks

…because, why not

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The Science of Marinades

The Science of Marinades

steakmag April 1, 2015 Comments Off on The Science of Marinades

What is marination? Marination is the process of immersing foods in a liquid often made with oil, seasonings, and an acid or enzymatic component, to flavor and tenderize food. This liquid is called a

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Netflix’s New Food Series ‘Chef’s Table’ Looks Awesome (VIDEO)

Netflix’s New Food Series ‘Chef’s Table’ Looks Awesome (VIDEO)

steakmag March 31, 2015 Comments Off on Netflix’s New Food Series ‘Chef’s Table’ Looks Awesome (VIDEO)

Netflix teamed up with David Gelb, the creator of Jiro Dreams of Sushi, to tell the story of six world class chefs and showcase their kitchens and, drool, their food. The trailer plays up

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Would You Pay $499 for Medium-Rare Steak That Cooks Itself?

Would You Pay $499 for Medium-Rare Steak That Cooks Itself?

steakmag March 6, 2015 Comments Off on Would You Pay $499 for Medium-Rare Steak That Cooks Itself?

First there was the slow-cooker, which sparked the “set it and forget it!” mindset. Then came sous vide, a chef-beloved system of cooking protein in a slow-circulating water bath (which is now, for a

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Vice CEO Shane Smith reportedly spent $300,000 on a steak dinner at CES

Vice CEO Shane Smith reportedly spent $300,000 on a steak dinner at CES

steakmag February 20, 2015 Comments Off on Vice CEO Shane Smith reportedly spent $300,000 on a steak dinner at CES

The Consumer Electronics Show draws tens of thousands of tech fans to Las Vegas each year. Some visitors, however, are apparently better-heeled than others. According to Bloomberg, Vice CEO Shane Smith spent a jaw-dropping

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The Best Steak to Cook for Valentine’s Day

The Best Steak to Cook for Valentine’s Day

steakmag February 10, 2015 Comments Off on The Best Steak to Cook for Valentine’s Day

If you made a reservation for a fancy Valentine’s Day dinner, now’s the time to cancel it. Staying home for your Valentine’s dinner is the way to go. Splurge on a fancy dinner in

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Steak Shows Its Muscle

Steak Shows Its Muscle

steakmag February 3, 2015 Comments Off on Steak Shows Its Muscle

I once dined with the Masai in the Serengeti. Seven thirty for eight, smart safari casual. I tiptoed up to the thorn enclosure, shook hands, smiled, talked about the weather and the flies and

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8 Smart Devices For The Kitchen Of The Future

8 Smart Devices For The Kitchen Of The Future

steakmag January 17, 2015 Comments Off on 8 Smart Devices For The Kitchen Of The Future

The Internet of Things is building the kitchen of the future. Everything from an app to turn on your coffee maker to a pan that monitors heat on your iPhone to cook the perfect

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THIS is How to Cook a Steak in Winter

THIS is How to Cook a Steak in Winter

steakmag December 11, 2014 Comments Off on THIS is How to Cook a Steak in Winter

You need a thick steak—at least an inch thick, preferably thicker. You will also need half a stick of butter, two sprigs of rosemary, a couple of cloves of unpeeled garlic that you crushed

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Secrets of the Great Steakhouses

Secrets of the Great Steakhouses

steakmag December 5, 2014 Comments Off on Secrets of the Great Steakhouses

There’s no fine dining experience quite like the one you’ll have in a great steakhouse. In a world where most high-end restaurants tend to skew toward the precious and intricate, having a big slab

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