My mom is the same way, well done steak only, her father along with her. From my anecdotal experience, and weird aside, but there’s a generation of Jewish people, regardless of how religious, who only eat well done steak. A superstitious holdover I guess from the Kashrut laws about consuming animal blood, though of course meat juice is not blood.
Looks great, what do you bake them in? A Gozney dome?
Can’t speak to Bavel, but a familly member worked for Solomonov (Zahav etc) for a hot minute. I was told the actual restaurant pita recipe was not the cookbook recipe, despite claims otherwise in the cookbook.
I guess there is no team OOE so because this is the ~internet~ you’re forcing me to defend an even more extreme position so I’ll play along.
What you’re doing is turning this whole non-argument into is a high stakes game of chicken where soon we’re only going to be able to eat chicken and that’s chicken shit. You’re silencing all the people that enjoy beef and FTC is turning to an authoritarian board where all anyone does is troll people. The next thing you’re going to tell me is that this chicken has evolved to be vegan and everyone can eat it! Cows are literally DYING. Have some class.
Went tonight with the wife and her friends from NYC. Enjoyed all the recommendations from this thread. Highlights for us were the grilled lobster skewer, mussels, soft serve swirl, and the bergamot cake.
I was very much inspired to take on the beef v. chicken challenge but it was no contest: 4 votes for team .
We were at a partner’s house for a summer event. They had a caterer come. We sat with the partner’s dad and he told us he doesn’t eat chicken cause they are stupid. If we ate something that stupid, we’d also end up stupid.