Blue Rare & Beyond

This is a little taste of the steak tartare that I’ve always known to be my Grandmothers.  I’m sure it seems yucky to some of you, but it’s just something that I grew up with.  It might not be your standard comfort food, but piled atop fresh white bread it’s one of the best things around.   

To make this batch I bought a sirloin from Hoven Farms at the Farmers Market and had them double grind it for me.  They trim all your meat right there in front of you.  What a great place! 

To make it I add all the seasonings to taste, so no two batches are alike.  Throw in salt, pepper, lemon juice, 1 egg, Maggi seasoning and lots of diced onion.  Then, if you have the patience, I let it sit in the fridge for awhile.  It does taste better when the flavors have had a chance to mingle a bit.

Be brave, give it a try.  You just might like it.

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