Comment on How to Cook a Steak Perfectly Every Time by Peter Watts.
No problem using a well seasoned cast iron skillet. Get it smoking hot to seal the surface, and then finish it off in the oven. Pull it out wrap meat in foil, rest, and feast.
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How to Cook a Steak Perfectly Every Time
The liquid seeping out of your meat is clear/reddish/pink. It is coming from the muscle and is called myoglobin. In very rare steaks it is very red, but there is nearly no blood in it. the trick is to rest the steak covered in foil for at least 10 minutes or better yet 20 minutes for larger steaks so that the protein in the meat relaxes and reabsorbs the flavorful juice. And there is nothing wrong with well done. A good chef knows to cook slowly over low heat and turn regulary for about 40 minutes. No pink and after resting plenty of juice. Oh make sure you get bone on ribeye. Bone gives better flavor and it cooks more evenly and don’t use a BBQ fork to flip the steaks. Use tongs.