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How to Cook Steak: The 5 Step Formula for the Perfect Steak by [Daniels, Jared]
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Learn how to cook the perfect steak by following a proven step by step formula.

This detailed guide walks you through the entire process and reveals secret tips and techniques for achieving a tasty and juicy steak every single time.

Read and you will discover:

- A must have requirement when buying a steak (that most people never pay attention to)

- The extra step prior to steak preparation that will ensure a more evenly cooked steak.

- A common mistake many make when cooking that will often significantly reduce the juiciness of a steak.

- An essential but often overlooked technique required for bringing out the best flavoring in any steak.

No more experimenting of second guessing. Purchase this guide and you will be well on your way to creating that perfect steak meal at home!

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  • Language: English
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9f3f3588) out of 5 stars 25 reviews
14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9f5a65a0) out of 5 stars A must for new cooks! Feb. 15 2012
By Grandma - Published on Amazon.com
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Nothing is more quintessentially American than a great big juicy steak cooked to perfection! All too often, perfection is missed by a mile, sometimes even in a restaurant. Jared McDaniel shares his expertise in How to Cook Steak: The 5 Step Formula for the Perfect Steak (Meat Perfection Series). A topic not often covered in most cookbooks, this is a great short book, packed full of right-on-the-money information that will have you turning out perfectly cooked steaks with very little effort. A must for new cooks, a nice addition to any collection!

Note to Author: Jared, I would have given you five stars but you are the victim of the Spellcheck Monster. (Meat is not spelled meet.) You need an editor - and a few pictures of steak wouldn't be amiss.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9f5a67ec) out of 5 stars NO TABLE OF CONTENTS March 16 2012
By Sue B. - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a useful cookbook as it gives a lot of information about steak: CHOOSING (a large section on various cuts of steak, where to buy, what steaks to use for various situations including everyday, elegant dining, large gatherings, and tailgating. There also is a discussion of what to look for in any steak: color, marbling, etc.), PREPARATION, COOKING and RESTING. However, as there is no table of contents, I had to Mark the page I'd gotten to (being careful to remember what the first sentence on the page was) then searched the word "appendix". The tables in the appendix give cooking times for various cuts of various thicknesses that will result in perfectly cooked steaks according to desired doneness: rare, medium rare and medium.

[There is no instruction for well done steak. Those who want an easy suggestion for well done steak: double the medium rare cooking time. Yeah, this makes for boot leather meat, but that's what my late Mother, bless her soul, wanted! I always cooked one side of her steak the full time to achieve medium rare, flipped it and then left it in the pan while I added, and cooked my steak to medium rare.]

But I digress. I bookmarked the appendix. Then I used a search of My Notes and Marks to return to the page from which I'd begun--that is the page in the text that mentioned the appendix. You see why I value a good Table of Contents, don't you? I like being able to move around in a book by going to MY Notes and Marks, but I'd rather not Mark each chapter when a book's Table of Contents would provide that information while my Notes and Marks could be reserved for specific ideas that caught my interest.

The great advantages to this book are:
1. step by step instructions for the four main methods for cooking steak: grilling (section on charcoal, then a section on gas), broiling, roasting, and pan frying. [That's right. Not one set of instructions from which to extrapolate for one's chosen method of cooking! ] and,
2. a table of desired doneness with requisite cooking times for various cuts of steak, and the thickness of that steak.

This is a useful cookbook for those who don't cook steak often enough to remember what works. It truly is a foolproof method, and yup, I made strip steaks last night. They were perfect.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9f5a67b0) out of 5 stars Good book, desperately needs editing March 26 2012
By HBS - Published on Amazon.com
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The steps for grilling on a propane grill, as well as cooking times, etc., are the best I've found. Easily beats the advice from Webber, Omaha Steaks, and every website I've read.

The point off is entirely for editing issues. So messy that I almost gave it 3 stars, but it's short and concise enough that it's not that big of an issue.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9f5a6aa4) out of 5 stars More than I Expected Feb. 15 2012
By Lucy Ditty - Published on Amazon.com
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There is detailed information about shopping for steak, cuts and grades of steak, and and an appendix on the primal cuts of beef. (I agree - butchers can be really awesome and helpful people.)

The author discusses different cooking methods, and I can say that in my experience, the methods he suggests do provide good results for me. My husband's opinion of the steaks I made rose quite a bit once I started cooking them as the author suggests here.

There are a few typos/grammar errors, but nothing that affects readability. "Plus , rib eyes are also moderately prices." for example.

I didn't get a lot of new information, really, but it's nice to have both the beef cuts and cooking tips together in one spot. I liked the book and will be keeping it.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9f5a6b04) out of 5 stars It's a Keeper! March 13 2012
By PositiveChi - Published on Amazon.com
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Grab this book! It's a nice concise book on how to cook a steak from start to finish. It has very useful information on the cuts of beef which is helpful for selecting the perfect steak of your choice. I also appreciated the cooking chart. I bought the book because my previous ability to cook a delicious steak was 50/50 at best. While the information in the book wasn't exactly "new news" to me, it turned out there were 3 steps I was falling short on. Now I know how to improve the process for better results. Considering the price of a nice steak - this is a very good thing! Definitely handy and definitely a keeper.