20-Second Sirloin (Jun, 1946)

20-Second Sirloin

is this steak, cooked on an airtronics machine, originally designed for the preheating of plastics for molding. It’s a natural for barbecues.

3 comments
  1. Hirudinea says: April 24, 20124:54 pm

    Does it taste like plastic too?

  2. Charlene says: April 24, 20129:10 pm

    More like rubber, I’m guessing.

  3. Toronto says: April 24, 20129:21 pm

    I’ve had “torched” steaks that, if thin enough and possibly marinated, were rare but tasty with beer and bread. But you’d think an electric unit would start to smoke and “chem coat” the steaks. (I’m assuming electric due to the name.)

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