I like my steak fresh. Really fresh. Obtaining "fresh" steak is a little like cow tipping. But I call obtaining really fresh steak "cow slicing". And if done correctly the cow lives to moo another day. You need a really sharp fillet knife and some lidocaine. By the cover of night you sneak up on a sleeping cow. Pick the spot on the cow that contains your favorite cut of meat. Carefully give the cow a shot of lidocaine in that area. Wait about 2 minutes and then swiftly slice off a prime cut. If done correctly the cow will never know it is missing anything.
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