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: I saw this once on a cooking show, the woman slathered a whole bunch of butter on her steak and I thought it was so weird. Then I put some butter on a grass-fed rib eye I was cooking the other night and oh my goodness - it took it to a whole 'nother level!

Have you experienced this magical sensation?
 

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I don't do it, but I used to work at a place that buttered their kabob meat. Like, seriously buttered...
Lamb and chicken are good with butter, too.
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What don't I put butter on?

Seriously, go for butter with meats. I like drawn butter to dip my meat pieces into. So yummy.
 

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OMG it was SUCH a mistake to read this thread... I am staaaarving, my husband said his office party was at 6:30, it's at 7:30, I haven't had anythng to eat today except a smoothie and some jerky (not on purpose, just busy) and the thought of a buttered steak (anchovy butter? come on, my salivary glands are actually HURTING now, ow) is just... too much.
 

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Yup! We always butter ours before broiling...we're in Oregon so we also tend to have fresh mushrooms and leeks year round. Soooo delicious. And when you're eating grass fed I think sometimes it needs the butter.
 

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Why did I never think of this? It... I mean... it's perfect. It's the perfect summary of all that I hold dear. And yet, I never did it.

I sing the praises of butter... and yet there are parts of my diet that have been escaping it's application. Puzzling. I'll do better from now on!
 

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We don't butter them, but if I'm cooking inside, I definitely butter the pan. It's amazing!
 
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