Beat The Chef: Ultimate Steak Battle

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    AD | Can a steak-loving amateur cook beat a professional chef at cooking the perfect steak? Under any normal circumstances, the answer would most likely be ‘no’... But we have something up our sleeves, a visit to Steak School to learn from an expert!!
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    Published on 11 days ago

    Comments

    1. mmarrs22

      Ummm...what about an exhaust fan?

    2. FruityFruitbat

      Is there a recipe for both of these?

    3. Pandastic 885

      I like a well done rib eye

    4. Lela J

      Step 1. Go to YT Search Step 2. Search this keyword: Mimi Kid Art Step 3. Enjoy! Beat The Chef: Ultimate Steak Battle I wanted so badly to lie down next to her on the couch, to wrap my arms around her and sleep. Not fuck, like in those movies. Not even have sex. Just sleep together in the most innocent sense of the phrase. But I lacked the courage and she had a boyfriend and I was gawky and she was gorgeous and I was hopelessly boring and she was endlessly fascinating. So I walked back to my room and collapsed on the bottom bunk, thinking that if people were rain, I was drizzle and she was hurricane.

    5. Gwyneth Low

      Yaaaay! I'm happy for Jaime :) Good on him. Watch-out chefs.

    6. Jonathon Springfield

      treating the meat as it comes through the back door IS the sexy bit.

    7. ShariSez1

      Medium? Waste of a good steak!

    8. Thomas Schmidt

      Bone in ribeye, medium

    9. Matthew Dunn

      Do a cooking with alcohol challenge

    10. Carlie's Universe

      Please do an ultimate Filipino Food Challenge!

    11. NightBladeBrony

      Brisket, mesquite wood fire cooked for 12-14 hours. Seasoned rub and let sit overnight before cooking.

    12. TaxiDay

      Fillet steak... Reverse sear... Best way to cook steak...

    13. Halima Rawat

      ‘It’s not going to come out pink, baz. That’s not the way it works’ I died laughing omg

    14. KryptonikHD

      I dont know what cit of steak it was but when i was in spain i had the most perfectly rare steak and it was the best one i had ever had

    15. Kechlion

      Favorite cut of steak is strip steak and I usually eat it rare or medium rare. One thing y'alls video has given me the idea for is a sauce for steaks. Usually they get grilled and that's it! Maybe you guys could do a video about sauces for different dishes - especially steak.

    16. fvcki'n sHit

      Did the intro said they are a bunch of faggots

    17. Alex C.

      I eat all my steaks blue rare honestly

    18. Mark Byrne

      My favorite way to eat steak? Large chunks of tough grey gristle marinated in pool water and broiled under high heat for several seconds. Serve that over a nice bed of compost alongside a tall glass of piping hot vinegar and you've got yourself the perfect weekday dinner. YUM!

    19. Kirsten Mattson

      THAT WAS A F I R E COMEBACK JAMIE 👏🏼💪🏼💥 5:01

    20. Alyssa Tiemeyer

      Pretty much almost any cut of steak but I love them all medium rare

    21. Angie R

      James clearly won this in my books :)

    22. Febe

      Now you have finished Steak School and done and ultimate battle... I think it’s now time for a steak Pass It On!

    23. Red

      Am I the only one who's bothered by the fact they used a butter knife to cut the steaks with or am I missing something?

    24. porn grind

      My all time favourite cut is gonna be cote boeuff. Pop it in the oven for 40 minutes at 160°C let it rest for 10-20 minutes and then finish it on the bbq by searing it.

    25. leung

      Hip of lamb, medium rare to medium. Season with salt, crust it up on all sides in a cast iron pan, put in a 200 C oven for 7-8 minutes depending on thickness, take it out of the oven, brush slightly with dijon or english mustard, sprinkle with finely chopped rosemary, thyme, marjoram, very little lavender and sage as well as crushed black pepper and fennel seeds. Put back into the oven for another 5 minutes. Let rest for 5-10 minutes. Serve with patatas bravas, ajoli and ratatouille.

    26. Lily Wool

      What's the music at 8:18 ? Kinda sounds like Glorious by Andreas Johnson.

    27. Cody .Ramer

      My parents are huge fans of cooking a steak so well done that you literally need ketchup because of how dry it is.

    28. Angelina Petersen

      The cooking is all well and good, competition, judging, that's great. The commentary and interactions and all that jazz this video are absolute gold and I live for it.

    29. fergee01 gaming

      I want my steak slapped on the ass and running out of the kitchen 😂

    30. Kira B

      If someone put butter on my steak.....I would freaking send it back. Wait, I have done that The only thing a good steak needs is salt and pepper. NO BUTTER, NO SAUCE......PERIOD Ribeye, mid-rare

    31. Oscar James

      Jamie you live in the UK and you're English, it's pronounced 'wuster' sauce -_-

    32. Prayuda Satya

      medium fillet mignon

    33. Rose X.

      The fact that a normal surpassed James, an amazing chef, calls for a week on celebration :DD

    34. Ben Lim

      @5:55 - 6:02 wow look at those forearms on James

    35. Cassidy Mac

      us-new.com/online/video-5lP2Guzoh58.html I'd be interested to see how all of you would complete this carrot challenge that Bon Appetit did

    36. AnimeCanuck

      GO JAMIE!

    37. Dereck Heineman

      Gimme a medium-rare fillet w/ a lemon butter sauce.

    38. Melissa

      2 inch thick Ribeye, reverse sear, amazing!!! Smoke it till 110 internal then hot and fast sear

    39. Alex .Devaney

      Not being funny but when to a miller and carter once and the stake was dreadful 😂

    40. Gruzuk

      The diamond grill lines don't really do anything for the steak. It's just traditional and generally looks cool. You can get a better tasting steak with other searing methods. :D

    41. Chrystalwater

      James is adorable in this video. He seems so stressed and nervous

    42. John Rankin

      'yeah We've teamed up with m u r d e r and c a n c e r'

    43. Jimmy McShlong

      You should add the mustard once the sauce is pretty much finished not at the start brother

    44. Lim Zishen

      Can we get guga in here

    45. jhonnbalance

      I think we need an Ultimate Chef Battle with Jamie vs. Ben!! How has this not happened yet? :(

    46. Melissa F

      High steaks, I see.

    47. kght222

      sauce?

    48. ScarletGhost

      +1 for Jamie!

    49. Mr.

      What trained chef is nervous about cooking a steak? Lol

      1. Nessiferum

        @Mr. RUDE

      2. Mr.

        @Nessiferum I guess you don't know any real cooks then.

      3. Nessiferum

        Most of them, at least the ones I know. A few seconds off either way can make a big difference and you risk the customer sending it back!

    50. Joe Slater

      So before "steak school" James couldn't cook a steak, get out of it. Subjective, seasoning 4 to 1 and diamonds, not for me

    51. Валентина Корионова

      That was soooo coool!!!!! First time in my life I really wanna try steak...

    52. iAmRiptide

      Chef + Normal vs. Chef + Normal

    53. Kurtis Murray

      Love a bone in ribeye seared in piping hot cast iron and basted with garlic butter after the first flip. Then a great peppercorn sauce with dijon mustard, chicken broth, heavy cream, peppercorns, and pan drippings

    54. ChrisRoRo

      Rib eye med rare

    55. Julia Wiggs

      Ribeye- medium rare

    56. Zac Cozzi

      Could not hear the dialogue over the music.

    57. Katraca Leigh

      I'm so sorry but it sounded like that guy said their steaks were cut by master bitches and it took me a second to realize it was "butchers" 😂

    58. OtherBlueGirl

      Oh I’m so happy Jamie won! I thought the parsley butter flower was a really nice touch! Yay, Jamie!

    59. sadie trent

      Am i the only one who can only eat my steak cremated? i cant eat it any other way

    60. Thomas Sasik

      The rare one is just raw for me

    61. AnonEyeMouse

      Fillet steak, rare, seasoned with paprika, garlic, smoked salt and cracked black pepper, grilled with olive oil. Plated with Stilton crumbled underneath the steak on the plate and with mashed potato with too much (for everyone else) butter, black pepper, chives and parsley and steamed carrots, broccoli and cauliflower - again with black pepper and smoked salt. Oh... and a peppercorn or blue cheese sauce for dipping. Served with a strawberry milkshake.

    62. Sam W

      Ultimate pho battle?

    63. Ken Goldenberg Media Segments

      Have to disagree with your "meat man" here about grill marks. Sure that's done everywhere here in the states, but a fantastic website that is followed by hoards of grillers and BBQ folks - including competition BBQ - basically dispels the myth about grill marks. The website is called AmazingRibs.com and facilitated by "Meathead" Goldwyn who is well respected. And why would you want a medium rib steak? No more than medium-rare please. ! Take a look at his article: amazingribs.com/more-technique-and-science/more-cooking-science/myths-we-want-grill-marks-and-you-should-not-flip

    64. Martin Heron

      Flat iron steaks marinaded overnight in whisky, soy sauce and garlic rapeseed oil for a sharp and deeply flavourful edge, then cooked medium rare on a flat cast iron pan. Perfection.

    65. ardehel

      Filet mid rare reverse sear method, since I suck at traditional method

    66. Saul Pintor

      As a Mexican prideful man I like my steak well done

    67. routeski

      Because a Miller & Carter “chef” is the best person to judge

    68. Vianca Rivera

      every time I see james he reminds me of thibaut courtois and I just naturally dislike him

    69. Brian Bodle

      Ny strip medium rare

    70. Sammy C

      Salivating all the way through 😅