Okay, say you’re at a BBQ and your friend offers you two things: a nice, juicy steak or a great piece of seafood. Which would you pick, the steak or the seafood?
We know it can be a tough decision, so in today’s poll you have the option to say that you’d like both equally (“Surprise me!” you’d say). Or, perhaps you’re a vegetarian or just don’t like either option and you could say “neither” and just eat the sides. (Hey, sometimes the sides are the best part, we wouldn’t judge!)
Well, what’re you having? Tell us below, and feel free to leave a comment after you vote, too.
Filet mignon medium rare!! Maine lobster, king crab or stone crabs!! Fresh Salmon from Alaska!!
I am much more confident of cooking a steak well on a grill. I have never grilled seafood. If I were to even try, I’d begin with a nice tuna steak, or salmon steak, and hope for the best.
The scenario was at a friends BBQ, thus I would pick the steak. If at a nice restaurant, it would be a toss up.
small, well done steak, baked potato or steak fries
A man of my tastes; Small exceptions: VERY well done (I always say first steak on and last one off), and double butter on the baked potato.
My father used to say “well done, you might as well eat the sole of my boot”. Didn’t have to be rare but he hated dry meat 😄
Never go to the coast and not have seafood is what my mom told me years ago.
I ‘m not a big fish eater, but if the option is a rib eye or lobster/king crab……my answer would be both
I am allergic to most fish and the doctor told me to avoid red meat, so I always order my steak very well done.
😅 Just following doctor’s orders, eh? Good job, Richard.👍 Have a great day. 😀 –Diane at RVtravel.com
Just because it’s burned to a crisp doesn’t mean it’s not red meat!
You don’t recognize tongue-in-cheek when you read it, Bob? Have a good day. 🙂 –Diane at RVtravel.com
After having Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and Alpha-gal, I can’t enjoy steak. So seafood for me.
Depends if we are eating out or home cooking. Price when eating out also figures in. If we are along the coast, seafood most of the time, in the middle of the country where shipping in fresh seafood is expensive, beef or pork will be the choice with chicken in the running.
I agree with this but I don’t want my chicken still running.
I don’t eat red meat and don’t particularly care for “fishy” seafood. That said, a well cooked fresh piece of salmon or a lobster tail will tickle my fancy. Normally, chicken or turkey is my choice of meat.
The choice is great seafood, great seafood does not smell “fishy”. I have been a commercial fisherman for 45 years and if the fish smells “fishy” I would return it.
Last time I looked I found salmon to be fish.
2lb Gulf Coast Maine lobsta and some cherry clams and mussels steamed and one happy camper.
I said steak because you specifically said seafood. Now if the choice had been steak or catfish I’d have had to think about that as I love catfish(fresh water cat).
this needs some context: all beef hot dog or lobster? t-bone (medium rare) or frozen fish sticks? Crawfish or andouille sausage? (with corn, boiled potatoes and lots of Zateran’s)
dang it, NOW I’m HUNGRY!!!
Surf and turf. Best of both. MMMM!!
“Beef, Its What’s For Dinner” 😉
“Where’s the Beef”?
It just hoofed it out to the pasture.
Where’s the Chicken?
Across the road….
Where’s the cricket option on the survey?
I went with steak too. It is what’s for dinner. Seafood not far behind tho and I haven’t quite figured bugs into the lean protein dinner program yet, and by yet I mean EVER.
I had a brother in law that when he got drunk( most of the time) bugs were some of his favorite foods. After he sobered up and you’d tell him what he ate he’d get sick and throw up. I’ve been wasted when I was in the Marines but never that wasted. Lol