|memedumpster - 2010-10-07 |
The customer is always wrong.
|oswaldtheluckyrabbit - 2010-10-07 |
Are you pulling my BALLS?
|HarrietTubmanPI - 2010-10-07 |
What idiot orders a steak that's well done. If you order it well done then that's your fault. Of course it'll be like rubber if it's well done.
You said everything I wanted to say.
Well-fucking-done? Are you sure you're ready to sit at the big-kid table, or does the knowledge then entire kitchen will be disgusted with you secretly get you off?
I used to order my steaks welldone when I was like 17 because I had no sense of taste.
The mark of a decent steakhouse is that the wait staff actually tries to talk the person out of ordering it well done.
At one place when someone at the table ordered it well-done the waiter replied: "Sir, I cannot responsibly and professionally take your order without at least first suggesting that you try it medium-well"
That place had good steak.
Man you really got mad about things a handful of people you don't even know like to eat.
|GravidWithHate - 2010-10-07 |
Ramsay held it together admirably there.
Actually, he's a pretty normal guy. If you've ever seen the English hell's kitchen, or anything he's done on camera outside his shows, he's a really nice, calm guy. He just hams it up for America because Ramsey blowing up is apparently all we really want to see.
Seriously though, how the fuck do you get to be a food critic, one that people pay to go to restaurants like Maze, including buying your meal, when you order your steak well-fucking-done?
That's like hiring a movie critic who feels the best example of a well written, subtle comedy is the 'Scary Movie' series.
Granted, but even still, if someone came up to me and questioned me professional skills, and the skills of the people working for me on the word of the kind of asshole who goes to an expensive restaurant and orders a steak well done, I'd handle it with significantly less grace and charm than that, and I think that holds true for most people.
|Gwago - 2010-10-07 |
That reporter's got no game.
|Aoi - 2010-10-07 |
Ordering a steak well done is like asking them to boil your pasta for at least 20 minutes before they serve it to you.
You've got no right to complain about what you get afterward.
|standard8mm - 2010-10-07 |
Ramsey was right...
|oddeye - 2010-10-07 |
I don't get the hate for the man, even if half of the "reality" TV shows he does is faked he makes them watchable. He's a good cook, a really nice guy IRL and has some funny one-liners in the heat of the moment.
Plus he does lots of work for charity.
|heyitslozeau - 2010-10-07 |
THAT'S WHAT'S WELL DONE IS DIPSHIT.
Cooks always snarkily cook well done meats.
|glendower - 2010-10-07 |
It sucks being a reporter.
|chumbucket - 2010-10-07 |
Reporter: Here Gordon, this is a picture of a burnt steak we ordered well-done at your restaurant....
Gordon: : | and your point?
|Hammer Falls - 2010-10-07 |
I don't understand what the "reporter" was trying to do with this piece. Is this the Australian version of "A Current Affair"?
Stars for Ramsey handily giving the reporter's ass back to him with the piece of paper.
|Adham Nu'man - 2010-10-07 |
The proper way to place a complaint at a restaurant: take a picture of the food item you didn't like, finish the meal, pay for it, go home, print it, fly to the other side of the world and confront the owner of the restaurant.
|phalsebob - 2010-10-07 |
If I was the chef I would have kicked the steak to him. "Here is the football you ordered, sir!"
|Jet Bin Fever - 2010-10-07 |
He got served... and I don't mean a well-done steak.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2010-10-07 |
Gordon Ramsay is God, the news reporters here are remoras.
|chairsforcheap - 2010-10-07 |
a triumph for food.
|Anaxagoras - 2010-10-07 |
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I'd keep my knockers from bouncing so much
It was right! How did the computer know?
|sosage - 2010-10-07 |
Picture as proof of bad tasting food. I also enjoy looking at pictures of someone playing an instrument and criticizing the quality of the sound.
And what's the deal with these cooking shows? Can't taste it, can't smell it!
|Supahfly - 2010-10-07 |
The quality of Australian commercial journalism. It makes me ashamed. Though I imagine other countries suffer the same problems.
|hammsangwich - 2010-10-08 |
Well, the problem is he didn't put enough ketchup on it.
|F3AR - 2010-10-09 |
You guys are all IDIOTS.
Well-done means HE WANTS THE STEAK FUCKING DONE, NOT BURNT OR RAW OR BLOOD COMIN OUT OF IT, he wants it WELL DONE.
That was not a well-done steak, that was a burnt steak.
Rev. Blackson Pollock
Well done is gray and dead meat. All flavor and juices cooked out of it. Most steak houses have to butterfly the steak in order to get it to cook evenly without charring the outside. If you can't eat a type of food the way it's properly prepared then DON"T FUCKING EAT IT!
Ideal internal temperature I've used for steaks is 120 degrees F, the steaks tender, juicy, and safe to eat. you might as well eat your own fucking shoe leather if you get a steak well done.
Fuck off, die, and never speak of food again F3AR
there is no measure of doneness beyond "well done"
that is a well done steak.
|FABIO2 - 2011-11-15 |
Finally, something PoeTV gets upset at more than the word "hipster": well done steaks.
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