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The Other Red Meat - 6/19/2002

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What did you think?

It was so cool - now I want to cook on a Jet Engine too!!
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70%
nice even sear and nice red middle, a good job all around
3
30%
tasted like cat food
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Total votes : 10

The Other Red Meat - 6/19/2002

Postby Kama » Wed Jul 21, 2004 10:16 am

A quick trip to the afterlife, and a conversation with a talking Turtle convinces host Alton Brown to put down his Delmonico and eat more tuna. In this episode we find out how to grill on a chimney charcoal starter, how to avoid fake soy sauce, and why you can see a rainbow on Tuna Steaks. In addition, AB includes plenty of contemporary references, from The Terminator and the Secret Word of the Day, to John Lovitz
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Postby Myrealana » Wed Jul 21, 2004 10:53 am

Interesting poll - either I liked it, or I liked it. :)
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Postby Kama » Wed Jul 21, 2004 11:19 am

ARRRGGGHHH!!

I was trying for "loved" "liked" and "hated" . . . but the last option seems to have dropped off the poll - I'll go fix it.
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Postby Tymoria » Thu Jul 22, 2004 2:31 am

I've always loved this episode. It came out just before I met him at the signing.
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Postby saraimay75 » Thu Jul 22, 2004 11:50 pm

That Tuna made me drool.
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Postby Capcool56 » Sun Jul 25, 2004 1:59 pm

after seeing that episode, i ran into the kitchen, picked up the bottle of soy sauce and to my surprise.... IT WAS FAKE!!! then the next day i ran out and bought kikkoman
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Postby Kama » Mon Jul 26, 2004 12:34 pm

I know the problem. The cheap chinese joint near my place has started thinking I am really strange - the fact that I would SPECIFY no soy sauce in my to go orders was weird enough. But the last time I ate in I brought my own soy sauce (Kikkoman's lite) which was really too wierd.
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Postby eye4got » Thu Jul 29, 2004 12:49 am

Kama wrote:I know the problem. The cheap chinese joint near my place has started thinking I am really strange - the fact that I would SPECIFY no soy sauce in my to go orders was weird enough. But the last time I ate in I brought my own soy sauce (Kikkoman's lite) which was really too wierd.


Nah, they get used to our weirdnesses. (Is that even a word?) My brother visits his favorite Chinese restaurant at least once a week. He always orders Crispy Beef and has them prepare it extra-crispy and extra-spicy(hot). And he always brings his own habanero flakes which he dumps on the whole thing. They don't ever bat an eye.
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Postby Wayne » Tue Apr 25, 2006 4:46 pm

I prepared the Chimney Tuna Loin this past weekend and it was GREAT!

I have tried 2 other (non-GE) recipes for tuna and they were both so-so, but this was really flavorful.

I wasn't able to cook over a "jet engine"; I used a super hot cast iron skillet and it still turned out fine.

Try this sometime if you can.

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P.S. - If searing tuna on cast iron causes some deadly chemical reaction, please don't let me know. :shock:

P.P.S. - I used a 1/2lb portion and it was fine.
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Postby Morgoroth » Thu Jan 24, 2008 9:01 am

What was that ingredient that AB talked about in the Soy Sauce?
I missed it and I tried to read labels to refresh my memory and that just made the confusion worse.
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Postby Painaxl » Thu Jan 24, 2008 1:11 pm

Morgoroth wrote:What was that ingredient that AB talked about in the Soy Sauce?
I missed it and I tried to read labels to refresh my memory and that just made the confusion worse.


Hydrolyzed vegetable protein.

Kikkoman's is a good middle of the road available everywhere choice.

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