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Some steaks at the wife's request


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Please don't anybody strangle me. I know I know that steak should be medium, but my wife SWMBO'ed requested them which means they will be well down, not even factoring in my kids and granddaughter won't even look at a steak that has a hint of pink

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Mrs. Cue is the same but I still manage to make one to my liking. Here's a tip for those who have people who like their steaks fully cooked: Nuke it! Once you realize you've already committed sacrilege by "overcooking" the steak, this will be easy. Cook the steak to medium and nuke it for about 60-90 seconds, it will "cook" the inside grey and still remain tender and juicy. I do it all the time and my wife is none the wiser. For reference, I have an 1100 watt over the range microwave so your time may vary. It works!

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Mrs. Cue is the same but I still manage to make one to my liking. Here's a tip for those who have people who like their steaks fully cooked: Nuke it! Once you realize you've already committed sacrilege by "overcooking" the steak, this will be easy. Cook the steak to medium and nuke it for about 60-90 seconds, it will "cook" the inside grey and still remain tender and juicy. I do it all the time and my wife is none the wiser. For reference, I have an 1100 watt over the range microwave so your time may vary. It works!

You sneaky bugger lol good tip though

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I would reverse sear if doing well done, that would probably be juiciest method.

I have a friend who only likes beef well done, then he buries it in A-1 sauce. Oh well...

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I like tri tips for this very reason. (well actually more than one reason) the ends are pretty well done for the kiddos while the bulk of it is perfect for my husband and myself. I'm sure you could play with cooking times and get a higher proportion of well done to medium/medium rare slices.

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