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    I about have a stroke every time we have people over and they ask me to cook a steak more than medium. My wife and I like it very rare. I still rag my step-dad for putting A-1 on a beautiful 1.5" thick filet after he made me cook it medium-well because I flat-out refused to cook it well-done. A-1 on about a $20 chunk of meat! I was crushed...if meat needs sauce, it wasn't cooked right.

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    My wife always wants her steak completely cooked, no pink what so ever (I like mine medium to medium rare). I usually put her steak on a grill hot spot so it gets more done than mine. Last night both of those steaks in the pic are cooked exactly the same. Her comment to me last night "It'd be nice if my steak was a bit more done."

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    Quote Originally Posted by LouPhinFan View Post
    My wife always wants her steak completely cooked, no pink what so ever (I like mine medium to medium rare). I usually put her steak on a grill hot spot so it gets more done than mine. Last night both of those steaks in the pic are cooked exactly the same. Her comment to me last night "It'd be nice if my steak was a bit more done."

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    My wife will give me the stink eye if her steak is not pink and bloody through and through. She likes it Pittsburgh as well but you have to have a butt load of heat so that it sears quickly and doesn't cook too far into the steak. She will send a steak back in a restaurant in a heartbeat if it is overcooked. She let's them know right up front, "Very rare, just knock the moo out off it!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by LouPhinFan View Post
    My wife always wants her steak completely cooked, no pink what so ever (I like mine medium to medium rare). I usually put her steak on a grill hot spot so it gets more done than mine. Last night both of those steaks in the pic are cooked exactly the same. Her comment to me last night "It'd be nice if my steak was a bit more done."

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    South Florida was a bit of a shock. Here in NM, a huge portion of the state is bilingual, though the norm here is that you speak English primarily. Just a few days in South Florida and there was a bunch of spots where there was absolutely no expectation that anyone speak English. I know enough Spanish to do OK, but it was still a pretty significant change. I'm not sure which of you guys actually live in Miami, but props if you can do it without being proficient in Spanish. Cool city though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Locke View Post
    South Florida was a bit of a shock. Here in NM, a huge portion of the state is bilingual, though the norm here is that you speak English primarily. Just a few days in South Florida and there was a bunch of spots where there was absolutely no expectation that anyone speak English. I know enough Spanish to do OK, but it was still a pretty significant change. I'm not sure which of you guys actually live in Miami, but props if you can do it without being proficient in Spanish. Cool city though...
    You run into a similar problem in East Texas, only they are supposedly speaking English.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Locke View Post
    South Florida was a bit of a shock. Here in NM, a huge portion of the state is bilingual, though the norm here is that you speak English primarily. Just a few days in South Florida and there was a bunch of spots where there was absolutely no expectation that anyone speak English. I know enough Spanish to do OK, but it was still a pretty significant change. I'm not sure which of you guys actually live in Miami, but props if you can do it without being proficient in Spanish. Cool city though...
    Growing up in South Florida, I expected pretty much everyone to speak at least some Spanish when I got to Texas. Heck, most of these "Mexicans" are tanned gringos! Most of the people here who speak Spanish are either older or they had a grandparent that insisted they learn to preserve their heritage. A lot of their families have been here since Texas was part of Mexico so that makes a huge difference as most Cubans in Miami are only second or third, maybe fourth, generation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buddy View Post
    Growing up in South Florida, I expected pretty much everyone to speak at least some Spanish when I got to Texas. Heck, most of these "Mexicans" are tanned gringos! Most of the people here who speak Spanish are either older or they had a grandparent that insisted they learn to preserve their heritage. A lot of their families have been here since Texas was part of Mexico so that makes a huge difference as most Cubans in Miami are only second or third, maybe fourth, generation.

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    Also known as "the good ones" according to my step-grandfather.
    If you think that I am hard on immigrants, you should hear some of these old Mexican-Texans. They say lovely things about drowning the "wet-backs" in the Rio Grande and that they are ashamed of the "sorry Mexicans" as they give the rest of them a bad name. A few have made me blush, badly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buddy View Post
    If you think that I am hard on immigrants, you should hear some of these old Mexican-Texans. They say lovely things about drowning the "wet-backs" in the Rio Grande and that they are ashamed of the "sorry Mexicans" as they give the rest of them a bad name. A few have made me blush, badly!

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    There were similar ****ty, self-loathing statements made by 1st wave Irish immigrants about the much poorer/desperate 2nd wave.
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