Would you eat steak grilled ... over lava?
Jeanne Moos reports on this gastronomic eruption.
A steak done in mere minutes
Perhaps if not overcooked. No liquid hot magma in New England, however.
If you want some liquid magma you just need to dig deeper. You'll get there eventually.
@Jeanne Moos....YAWN!! It's called Pittsburgh. When the molten steel came out of the rolling mills of Pittsburgh, PA, the iron workers would though their steaks on the white hot slabs. This would super sear the meat so it would be charred on the outside and cool, raw, and juicy on the inside. When asked how you want your next steak cooked (rare, medium, or well done) simply say Pittsburgh. There are still a few really good steak houses that can offer one up.
thanks for the tip....
Ohellyes!!! Rather this than the car engine cookery. I'll take mine rare please.
Yes! And 1st!