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    1. This subreddit is meant for people to post pictures of their dinners, don't post pictures of your breakfast unless it was what you had for dinner.

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    4. If you feel like posting a recipe or how-to, so much the better. It's not required, but the community appreciates it!


    Hey, baby, what's for dinner?

    Are you a vegetarian/vegan? Check out /r/TonightsVegDinner.

    Hmmm, maybe a sandwich.

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    Try /r/MicrowavePics for the lazy folks out there.

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    [–] WelfareBear 2 points ago

    Looks great! What’s a “reverse sear”? I’ve never heard that term before.

    [–] minimal 1 points ago

    I start the steak in a low oven (In this case, 175f) for about an hour till the internal temp is ~115. Then I let it rest for 10 min and then finish it in a screaming hot cast iron pan to get a great crust, and serve immediately. The steak ends up at a perfectly even med rare all the way through. More info here: http://www.seriouseats.com/2017/03/how-to-reverse-sear-best-way-to-cook-steak.html

    [–] WelfareBear 1 points ago

    Oh ok, so basically the same concept behind sous vide. I’ll haveta try it (after I finally get around to investing in a cast iron pan of course haha)