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    A1 is unneeded. Steak sauce = the juice that releases from a steak when cooked properly. My parents used to tease me for eating the fat they left on their plates & soaking it in the juices left on the steak platter after grilling. I used bread for this purpose too, but now I just pour the juice down the throat. Delicious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bloodorchid View Post
    steak sauce is fancy in oregon?

    ...steak sauce is considered high class?

    .......it's not just a delicious condiment?

    and people say southerners are weird
    No, steak sauce is not fancy in Oregon. I think she was referring to our parents generation. My dad was a county lifeguard when I was growing up. I remember A1 on the dinner table the rare times we had steak. My mom admits she still likes the taste of it no matter what the quality of steak. It's a condiment that some people enjoy. I like having a little horseradish on my plate with my beef..no matter what the cut.

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    yeah, i've had fancy steak and i've had walmart steak. plain, it all tastes the same to me, but lemon pepper with chicken meat. a-1 with steak meat. blackened seasoning with salmon.

    that's how i'm happy

    it's not low breeding or high class, it's taste preference
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    I grew up with A-1, and yup, it was "high class" because that sauce never, ever hit the table unless we were having steak, which was rare enough to be a Big Fat Hairy Deal. Fast forward a few decades, and now I really like Peter Luger's instead. As well as a bodacious butter, wild mushrooms in cream, blue cheese, and steak plain, depending on mood.

    IMHO you should be grateful you have the palate, knowledge, and wherewithal to eat better. I know those visits, though - I gave up eating at the folks' place a while ago.
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    as a chef, one of my darkest secrets is that I love A1
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    *Nods* For my step-son's 23rd birthday we went to the expense of getting prime NY Steak from the local meat shoppe. Rather expensive. Most people agree that I make an incredible steak, even with poor cuts- give me prime and I will make you weep with gratitude that God created the cow. My step-son didn't even taste it before he said- "Do you have any steak sauce?" To his credit, I'm sure he did not mean to offend me. We don't use steak sauce but had some BBQ sauce. He dipped his prime NY in BBQ sauce. What a waste that cut of meat was on him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crabbcakes View Post
    I grew up with A-1, and yup, it was "high class" because that sauce never, ever hit the table unless we were having steak, which was rare enough to be a Big Fat Hairy Deal. Fast forward a few decades, and now I really like Peter Luger's instead. As well as a bodacious butter, wild mushrooms in cream, blue cheese, and steak plain, depending on mood.

    IMHO you should be grateful you have the palate, knowledge, and wherewithal to eat better. I know those visits, though - I gave up eating at the folks' place a while ago.
    Lugers has a steak sauce?? I need to find some. I was just at WF too..I wonder if they carry it.

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    My mother was a cattle rancher and never forgave those who used steak sauce, nor those who ordered their beef well done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oceangrl View Post
    Lugers has a steak sauce?? I need to find some. I was just at WF too..I wonder if they carry it
    Yup! Check here - www.peterluger.com/ourproducts.cfm
    I used to have hubby bring it back from NJ, where we used to live, when he goes back for the job, but he recently found it locally. Well, locally as in the next closest city local. I think it was Giant Eagle. Horseradish base, tastes like a cousin to a good cocktail sauce. Addictive!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jer37208 View Post
    as a chef, one of my darkest secrets is that I love A1
    That is okay... I recently found out Martha Stewart likes Spam, of all things! She totally admitted it!
    I have a mantra that I have spouted for years... "If I eat right, I feel right. If I feel right, I exercise right. If I exercise right, I think right. If I think right, I eat right..." Phil-SC

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