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Eager to try this one.
This looks so good. I definitely want to try it. Thank you.
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We rarely eat beef, so this was a big hit for a surprise dinner the other night! It was absolutely heavenly! :-)
This recipe is great. A handful of ingredients but you can really taste the meat and blue cheese. Searing the meat keeps the moisture in, and it gives the outside a satisfying firmness that you should have on a steak!
for the past 3 weeks i've been cooking entirly from Spark Cook Book, totally love every recipe i tried and already lost 8 pounds!!!!! today i'm trying this delicious steak, Thanks Chef MEG :)
Great video, and,sound philosophy. One of the few successful people I met in OA several years ago ate only what she loved. Her plan really worked for her.
It almost made my mouth water and I just ate. I'll be trying it this weekend
omg this sounds soooo good!
This one is a keeper
i love steak; have not met one i didn't like. definitely gonna cook and serve this recipe. thanx
I can't wait to try this. I had a filet at Longhorn last night and it was so yummy. I didn't realize it was so easy to make. Will be enjoying this often.
It looks delicious. Thanks for sharing.
What temperature does the oven get set at?
Looks very good
I'M ALL OVER THIS ONE! Since I am the only one cooking and eating...I will get at least 4 meals out of this. hahaha. This is definitely on my hit list.
Very similar to a recipe that I make. This is a better, slimmer version. Will prepare soon.
LOVE this idea - and great to watch the demo. Had no idea it could be such a low cal dinner dish. This will definitely be our Saturday night treat this weekend.
Looks good however I want my steak well done!
Oh my goodness, I'm drooling with watching this. It looks scrunptious and I will have to try this for my family! Thanks Meg!
Loved the video, it makes it look so easy to prepare. I will be trying this one!
Looks really tasty but I'd prefer we'll done. ;)
A 3-oz steak is the size of a hamburger patty. I've a strong suspicion we see larger ones being cooked on this video! Since I regularly cook tenderloin, I'm not sure such a small piece of tenderloin would even cook properly. I'd suggest cooking it whole, resting it, and then slicing it.
Looks so yummy!
This looks great. I will try it tonight. Thank You
Thanks for the demonstration. I will remember this technique next time I cook steak - love peppercorns on it.