Save Time By Feeding All Of Your Guests From One Giant Steak

Steaks are a great choice for casual, outdoor gatherings, but can be a little tricky for seated dinner parties. Instead of attempting to cook a bunch of smaller steaks, struggling to time it all just right, and smoking up your kitchen, the people at ChefSteps suggest focusing on one large steak to absolute perfection.

Not only will this let you really nail the flavours and temperature in your glorious piece of meat, it will create a nice communal feel to the meal and cut down on the amount of time (and effort) you have to spend in the kitchen. ("But not everyone likes their steak cooked to medium-rare!" you object. The solution to that is easy: Don't invite those people. You don't need that kind of negativity in your life.)

Tips and Tricks: One Steak to Feed Them All [ChefSteps]


    How do you like your steak? medium

    How do you like your steak? well done

    How do you like your steak? rare

    Right 3 steaks cooked exactly the same coming up. aka House rules, which is somewhere between medium and medium rare

    Well done askers get the chicken

    For some reason i dont have many guests over for dinner

      Agree. Lifehacker your upvote button doesn't work in chrome or android 'internet' browser and hasn't for weeks.

      Last edited 08/11/15 9:09 pm

    So everyone gets 2 or 3 slices of the steak? That seems a bit tight "hey guys, we are all going to share this one steak, you can only have 3 slices though"

    Lol " a bunch of people maybe 3 or 4 " if you can't cook 4 or 5 steaks at the same same you shouldn't be having steak for dinner. For those 8+ dinner parties buy a whole loin fillet sear it then whack it in the oven, then carve to serve. Boom.

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