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Every cowsie in Texas is staring at 10 of Smith, astonished that he would propose such a thing as steak sauce on delicious heated cowsie parts.

Even Rabbi Cat is dumbfounded.

 

:cow:  :cow:  :cow:  :cow:

 

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I remember growing up on Idaho deer, elk, and beef steaks in a poor household.  A1 and Heinz 57 was standard table fare to make the tough and gamey meat bearable.  I was not a fan of steak.

Then I was invited to dinner by a girl in Iowa whose dad had grilled up some corn-fed Iowa beef ribeyes to perfection.  When I asked if they had any A1, the looks I got were ones of horror.  You'd of thought I had just asked to have sex with their daughter on the table.

My girlfriend politely suggested I just try a bite without sauce.  I did.  It was a life-changing moment.  I had no idea steak could be so tender, flavorful, and delicious!  I have never used steak sauce since and only eat good steak.

 

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2 hours ago, tous said:

You ask for A1 Steak Sauce to put on a delicious, heated cowsie part in Texas, we'll politely ask you to leave the state.

:cowboy2:

:mememe:Hey sir, good to see you here, no better Tous bait than heated cow parts.

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4 minutes ago, Cougar_ml said:

 

Don't you have any sauces with american names for them?  I don't need none of them foreign sauces for my american beef.

 

Blue cheese sauce might be an option. Or just some sauteed onions and mushrooms with a touch of sour cream and fresh garlic is another idea. How about some herb butter?

 

 

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3 minutes ago, crockett said:

 

Blue cheese sauce might be an option. Or just some sauteed onions and mushrooms with a touch of sour cream and fresh garlic is another idea. How about some herb butter?

 

 

beef-tenderloin-steaks-with-blue-cheese-

 

Steak-Mushrooms-Onions-1.jpg

 

SkilletSteakswithGorgonzolaHerbButter-4.

okay, those I find acceptable.  Or very tasty :)

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