Steakhouse classics perfected.
The perfect steakhouse dinner—salad with creamy blue cheese dressing and seared filet mignon—is often a fantasy. In the real world, the lettuce is limp, the dressing gluey or watery, the steak overcoo...
While some tasters preferred the stronger cheeses when eaten alone, most preferred blue cheese dressing made with milder, less pungent cheeses.
For a well-crusted steak with a quick pan sauce, sear on the stovetop (in the right size pan) and finish in the oven.
We dressed a variety of different salad greens and
found that delicate ones became soggy under the
weight of this dressing. Try sturdy romaine and
curly leaf lettuce.
Which set of steak knives can really cut it?
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