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Steak with Béarnaise Sauce, Tarragon Basamic Roasted Potatoe

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EddieK1376 well done
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Posts: 657
Location: Noblesville, IN

Alright, so it's been awhile since I've posted because well I haven't cooked anything spectacular lately! But tonight dinner was fantastic. We got one of these preseasoned steakhouse marinaded rib filet steak packages. About 3 lbs. or so. They come in 3 individual cuts and I cooked them a little pat the temp cause well I couldn't see outside at all since it was pitch black. I'd say they came out closer to medium plus than medium rare but overall it was a great meal.

Steaks on the Egg at 400.

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Here is my beautiful 7 year old daughter helping out stir the mushrooms and onions and the butter/tarragon/shallot mixture in the other...She was impressed she was doing 2 things at once

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Steak with some Béarnaise Sauce.....It's easy to make and just so good...Granted I could drink the stuff but man....

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Full plated picture of the corn, mushrooms, onions, roasted potatoes and steak

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ScreamingChicken BBQ Deputy
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Posts: 7131
Location: Stoughton, WI
Great meal, Eddie - outstanding grill marks! It's nice to have a helper sometimes, isn't it!

Many years ago I worked in a restaurant and bearnaise was one of the sauce options, but I remember it being relatively smooth. If you had processed it with a blender would it still be considered bearnaise?

I see your location is still listed as Noblesville...are you planning on returning or was the move to the Chicago area a fairly permanent thing?

EddieK1376 well done
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Posts: 657
Location: Noblesville, IN

ScreamingChicken wrote:
Great meal, Eddie - outstanding grill marks! It's nice to have a helper sometimes, isn't it!

Many years ago I worked in a restaurant and bearnaise was one of the sauce options, but I remember it being relatively smooth. If you had processed it with a blender would it still be considered bearnaise?

I see your location is still listed as Noblesville...are you planning on returning or was the move to the Chicago area a fairly permanent thing?


I'm not sure if you processed it with a blender....We just used a double boiler and strained out the shallots and tarragon for some of the initial sauce...The sauce was outstanding and so creamy!

Yeah I haven't changed my location yet....We will be moving up north as my wifes store is right on the border of Wisconsin/Illinois and we just are not happy with our current location for schools. So we will be looking anywhere from Gurnee north to Milwaukee burbs. Then after about a year or so we will either be relocating to Florida or Ohio (corporate for my wife) So we shall see where the future takes us :)

ScreamingChicken BBQ Deputy
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Posts: 7131
Location: Stoughton, WI
OK, I see what happened - I misunderstood your original post and thought that the onions were part of the sauce. I see now that they weren't and the sauce was smooth like I expected. I should make some bearnaise sometime.

Good luck with your plans!

Dyal_SC well done
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Posts: 3712
Location: Lexington, SC
Bravo, sir!!!:)
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