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Heston Blumenthal’s Perfect Steak

Men eat meat. Meat is good. Some of it better than others…

Interestingly, everyone has their own version of the “perfect steak.” But that can’t possibly be true. If everyone’s steak were perfect, that would make it like every other steak and therefore, average. No longer perfect. A bit of a dichotomy. No? So we went in search of the perfect steak. And in that quest we came across one guy who in our view, stands out with a unique and incredible approach to cooking.

Heston Blumenthal is a Molecular Gastronomist. What the hell is molecular gastronomy, you ask? The simplest explanation we can give is this;  Molecular gastronomy is widely recognized as an area of the culinary arts that focuses on the chemical processes that take place during cooking. Coincidently, the culinary arts are already a field that pretty much focuses on the chemical processes that take place during cooking. So go figure..

In any event, watching Chef Blumenthal’s video of his creation of the perfect steak got us salivating. So much so that we simply had to share. It’s a slow-cooked Longhorn Steak with a mushroom catsup that looks f..king bitch

 

 

But we want something in return for this gift… If you try his technique, we want to know how it went. What worked, what didn’t, what you would have done (or did) differently. Heck, send photos and we’ll post it here for all to see. Cool right? Email us here.

 

Enjoy…

 
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