A few months ago, I got into a conversation with a bunch of friends about steak. It started as a debate about the best type of cut you can get, but eventually evolved into a discussion of the best cooking techniques, and by the end of it, we all just started telling stories and reminiscing about the best steaks we'd ever eaten. Related Reading How to cook a steak in the oven How to grill the perfect steak Being guys, this conversation naturally started a kind of one-uppery between us all. Every person seemed to have a more impressive steak story than the last and the conversation got me thinking — is there an upper limit on how "good" a steak can be? Could you, in theory, create "the ultimate steak" if you got the best possible cut of meat known to man and cooked it in the most scientifically perfect way possible? The answer is most definitely yes. I know because I did it, and the resulting steaks were hands down the best I've ever had — miles ahead of anything I've ordered at a ritzy steakhouse. I don't mean to toot my own horn, but these steaks were… Read full this story
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