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> Bas Autowas Wrote:

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> > Don Ohio Wrote:

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> > All the places I've gone to enjoy steak have had these

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> > choices...…...rare , medium rare,medium, medium well, WELL DONE.

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> > So your ARROGANCE concerning steak is sort of a surprise to me. Some

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> > me people do not like bloody juice running out of the meat.Of course,

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> > Rock-Thrower, your opinions don't carry much weight with me. LOL!

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> If you don't like steak, don't order steak. If you destroy it well done

> you get rid of all flavour and texture so it's a waste of good meat.

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> The only steak we sell costs 90$ so luckily we don't have many

> barbarians ordering it.

I LOVE well-cooked steak. Well-done is my selection. You like blood running out of it? Your choice.

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> Norris Hall Wrote:

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> Doesn't get much fresher than this...and none of these steaks were

> cooked "well done" ;) but to each their own.

How it’s done, right there!

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Don, enjoy Old Country Buffet and Sizzler.

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You haven't had steak until you eat at The Ribber in Portsmouth,OH. They are NOT arrogant...……….they'll cook it the way the customer wants,EVERY time. You can order the family sized steak, which is 32 oz. and up.

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> Don Ohio Wrote:

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> You haven't had steak until you eat at The Ribber in Portsmouth,OH. They

> are NOT arrogant...……….they'll cook it the way the customer wants,EVERY

> time. You can order the family sized steak, which is 32 oz. and up.

Git yer stakes at The Ribber ware we kook um lik rubber

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Pushrod Fifty /

My post was about grilling an awesome cut on a fire, not about shitty franchised steak houses.

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Don, you’re just the worst. Not because of one particular thing..... just everything.

Scioto Ribber

1026 Gallia St

Portsmouth, OH, 45662

‭+1 (740) 353-9329‬

Ask for Tammy. She was pleasant to talk with.

All of the steak pictures they have shared online or posted in house show a nice juicy steak in a pool of its on juices.. so I called to ask the on-site staff their opinion or policies regarding well done or extra well done steaks.

“We cook steaks to medium unless requested otherwise. We will cook any steak to well done or even extra well done if the customer asks but we do not recommend it. We can not guarantee the quality of any steak cooked over medium.” She even referenced the disclaimer in the steak section of their menu.... ha ha ha Even on their friggin menu they passive aggressively ask you to order your steak cooked to medium or below!

“ENTREES - STEAKS-

the scioto ribber is not responsible for steaks ordered over medium because our steaks are fresh-cut and uniquely smoked.”

No bullshit, I’m going to try and go there when I’m in Ohio next, because the staff was so personable. She had no problem shitting on the idea of an extra well done steak.... sounds like my kinda spot

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> Don Ohio Wrote:

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> You haven't had steak until you eat at The Ribber in Portsmouth,OH. They

> are NOT arrogant...……….they'll cook it the way the customer wants,EVERY

> time. You can order the family sized steak, which is 32 oz. and up.

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Beef tartare is delicious.

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> jayson sumpter Wrote:

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> Don, you’re just the worst. Not because of one particular thing.....

> just everything.

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> Scioto Ribber

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> 1026 Gallia St

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> Portsmouth, OH, 45662

>

> ‭+1 (740) 353-9329‬

>

> Ask for Tammy. She was pleasant to talk with.

>

> All of the steak pictures they have shared online or posted in house

> show a nice juicy steak in a pool of its on juices.. so I called to ask

> the on-site staff their opinion or policies regarding well done or extra

> well done steaks.

>

> “We cook steaks to medium unless requested otherwise. We will cook

> cook any steak to well done or even extra well done if the customer asks

> but we do not recommend it. We can not guarantee the quality of any

> steak cooked over medium.” She even referenced the disclaimer in the

> steak section of their menu.... ha ha ha Even on their friggin menu they

> passive aggressively ask you to order your steak cooked to medium or

> below!

>

> “ENTREES - STEAKS-

>

> the scioto ribber is not responsible for steaks ordered over medium

> because our steaks are fresh-cut and uniquely smoked.”

>

> No bullshit, I’m going to try and go there when I’m in Ohio next,

> because the staff was so personable. She had no problem shitting on the

> idea of an extra well done steak.... sounds like my kinda spot

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> > Don Ohio Wrote:

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> > You haven't had steak until you eat at The Ribber in Portsmouth,OH.

> They

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> > are NOT arrogant...……….they'll cook it the way the customer

> wants,EVERY

>

> > time. You can order the family sized steak, which is 32 oz. and up.

Always ordered `WELL DONE' there and never a word said. Been there and KNOW of what I speak. Great steaks and reasonable prices.

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Pushrod Fifty /

Its about grilling your own here. Not whst someone else fucked up on you.

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> John Maxson Wrote:

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> Its about grilling your own here. Not whst someone else fucked up on

> you.

It’s really the only way, if you want it done right. When I lived in E Kentucky, we cooked ribeyes over hardwood coals every chance we got. We’d build a nice fire out of hickory or oak in the fire pit, roll a fatty or two, and enjoy the smoke and the fire. Once the fire died down to a bed of hot hot coals, throw on the steaks for about 3-4 minutes per side, seasoned with S&P, or maybe Montreal Steak rub. It was awesome living in hardwood country. Here in E Washington, I use apple wood, or other fruit wood that I get from the orchards at pruning time.

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^ That sounds awesome....

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I've had to send a few steaks back at common steakhouses, but generally I get them with NO PINK'.

If a WELL DONE steak does have a little pink, it's usually around a bone for some reason.

One of the best down here is The Millhouse Steakhouse in Jacksonville, or in Kingsland...….cooked to perfection.

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> John Maxson Wrote:

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> Its about grilling your own here. Not whst someone else fucked up on

> you.

Don can’t read.

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^ ^I don't know how you can eat meat well done, it is your right to do so, but god, it's just gross! Like "blackened" chicken....that just means they burned it, carbon is NOT a food group! :) Medium is the max I can take it.(edited)

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> Stephen Keller Wrote:

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> ^ ^I don't know how you can eat meat well done, it is your right to do

> so, but god, it's just gross! Like "blackened" chicken....that just

> means they burned it, carbon is NOT a food group! :) Medium is the max I

> can take it.

When cooked right,there's no blackening. But some fools can't cook and are too obstinate to learn. LOL! Enjoy the bloody meat, boys. Pay no attention to the Bible at Acts 15:29

`29 That ye abstain from meats offered to idols, and from blood, and from things strangled, and from fornication: from which if ye keep yourselves, ye shall do well. Fare ye well.

In other words,keep eating that bloody meat and you might not `fare' so well.

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The bible can not possibly tell me what tastes good, jeez, and the no fornication thing? Hell no! Our "maker" built us to fornicate, f not! :) I'm old enough to give it a rest now, but when younger, save me a place in hell, 'cuz I did a ton of it! :) NOT sorry! ;)

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It tells you what is good for you. Bloody steak isn't.

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> Don Ohio Wrote:

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> > Stephen Keller Wrote:

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> > ^ ^I don't know how you can eat meat well done, it is your right to do

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> > so, but god, it's just gross! Like "blackened" chicken....that just

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> > means they burned it, carbon is NOT a food group! :) Medium is the max

> I

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> > can take it.

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> When cooked right,there's no blackening. But some fools can't cook and

> are too obstinate to learn. LOL! Enjoy the bloody meat, boys. Pay no

> attention to the Bible at Acts 15:29

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> `29 That ye abstain from meats offered to idols, and from blood, and

> from things strangled, and from fornication: from which if ye keep

> yourselves, ye shall do well. Fare ye well.

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> In other words,keep eating that bloody meat and you might not `fare' so

> o well.

Like I said, Don can’t read.

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Don is an immense retard. Well done steak is an abomination to all that god has created.

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LOL! Now Bas believes in God, but not what He says...………….LOL!

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Pushrod Fifty /

I like my steak medium and burgers medium well. Those sirloins were so tasty and tender, they cut with a fork. I will definitely buy from this place again. It is the Guilford Food Shop. Guilford, CT. The price was only $10.99/lb, pretty reasonable in this area for the quality.

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wow who'd athunk a thread about steak would get so much attention. some strong opinions on steaks!

I mean I'll eat a steak and it's pretty good. But I don't really get it. Why do so many people have so much emotion tied up with steak? both wanting it and being strongly concerned about it's preparation?

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Pushrod Fifty /

Its all pent-up off season moped excitement.

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> Born to be WillD Wrote:

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> wow who'd athunk a thread about steak would get so much attention. some

> strong opinions on steaks!

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> I mean I'll eat a steak and it's pretty good. But I don't really get it.

> Why do so many people have so much emotion tied up with steak? both

> wanting it and being strongly concerned about it's preparation?

It's just arrogant chefs that refuse to cook for certain customers. They need to be more concerned with return customers than their idiosyncrasies. LOL!

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