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 Post subject: Martinis and Steak?
PostPosted: Wed Sep 27, 2017 7:25 pm 
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Odd article in Tribune today. Saying they don't go together and Chicago steakhouses don't know how to make them anyway.

https://www.google.com/amp/www.chicagot ... y,amp.html

Funny I thought you had the martinis before the steak not while you were eating it.


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A great steak should be accompanied by a Manhattan.

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Isn't there supposed to be a bj in that whole combination somewhere? Would assume that was what wasn't being done right...


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A great steak should be accompanied by a Manhattan.

Like you would even know, burger boy

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I've literally never heard of/witnessed people drinking martinis with steak.

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leashyourkids wrote:
A great steak should be accompanied by a Manhattan.

Like you would even know, burger boy


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Manhattan or martini can't go wrong. Follow up with a very sturdy red wine and you can't go wrong. Beer does not belong anywhere near a great steak.


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Cocktails before. Red wine during. Irish coffee after. This ain't difficult.

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Cocktails before. Red wine during. Irish coffee after. This ain't difficult.


Pretty much

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Hank Scorpio wrote:
Cocktails before. Red wine during. Irish coffee after. This ain't difficult.

Are you describing someone going out for a steak or pittmike posting here?

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Hank Scorpio wrote:
Cocktails before. Red wine during. Irish coffee after. This ain't difficult.

Are you describing someone going out for a steak or pittmike posting here?


:lol:

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Bourbon before, bourbon during, bourbon after.


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Bourbon before, bourbon during, bourbon after.


Make this man president!

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Bourbon before, bourbon during, bourbon after.


Rye

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American rye is fine. Canadian is a bit sweet for me. Just give me a good pour, neat, with a side of ice water and a ride home.


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Steak is best at a place that gives you free Mountain Dew refills.


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What about for someone who does not drink but loves a bloody steak?


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FavreFan wrote:
Hank Scorpio wrote:
Cocktails before. Red wine during. Irish coffee after. This ain't difficult.

Are you describing someone going out for a steak or pittmike posting here?


Oh FF stands for Funny Fuck now. :lol:

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What about for someone who does not drink but loves a bloody steak?


Vito Corleone said "You can act like a man". :lol:

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leashyourkids wrote:
A great steak should be accompanied by a Manhattan.


Do you put the ketchup in/on both?

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Hank Scorpio wrote:
Cocktails before. Red wine during. Irish coffee after. This ain't difficult.

Are you describing someone going out for a steak or pittmike posting here?
:lol:

Red Wine is my preference with a steak or pasta. Robert Mondavi has this cabernet that is aged in bourbon barrels....good good stuff.

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What about for someone who does not drink but loves a bloody steak?


Yoo-hoo.


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I was always taught it was Martinis before dinner. Red Wine with dinner (if a steak). And Brandy after dinner.

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What about for someone who does not drink but loves a bloody steak?

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Martinis with oysters, but certainly not with steak.

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