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Steak and Whisky Night - Shared screen with speaker view
ILANA HIRT
23:19
If you have a cast iron pan that is great...feel free to use it.
Jeff Wagman
23:23
Where are the socks?????????
ILANA HIRT
24:14
Feel free to open your whisky and start tasting!!!
ILANA HIRT
24:25
Colin will be taking you through the tasting shortly
lealahewak
24:43
thank god thank you ilana
Stephen Adler
31:41
For our friends in Montreal your menu may differ slightly from ours in Toronto but please enjoy
David Matlow
37:00
that’s good!!
deborahmoskovitch
38:36
Delish! Can you please provide a recipe so we can make these cocktails?
Rivki
41:57
should the steaks be rinsed?
Leo Adler
54:22
how much of the oil?
Jeff Wagman
55:24
HELP!! He's going way too fast.
Jeff Wagman
56:03
I just starting searing the pan.
ILANA HIRT
58:18
Once you add the oil, add the onion and garlic and let it go for about 45 seconds. stir a bit. Add in a pinch of salt and pepper and let it go for a bit. Once its done for a bit, then add the chopped mushrooms and stir and then let sit.
ILANA HIRT
01:00:22
a little bit of salt on both sides of the steak. not too much
Amanda
01:01:37
Garlic getting toasty!
ILANA HIRT
01:01:52
[mushrooms should now be sautéed and the shallots should be carmalized a bit
ruthg
01:02:37
how about burnt
ILANA HIRT
01:03:08
hopefully not...lol... turn down the heat if you feel it is burning :)
ILANA HIRT
01:03:51
the brandy is in the other white container.
Leo Adler
01:04:25
they remind me of Bob and Doug (Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas) - the "Hoser" beer guys who were big hits about 30-40 years ago
ILANA HIRT
01:04:38
my grandmothers included chicken feet. can't believed I actually loved it :)
Jeff Wagman
01:05:27
I was thinking the same thing. The Mackenzie brothers.
ILANA HIRT
01:06:03
take the pan off the heat and let the mushrooms rest on the side. make sure the thyme is added in the mushrooms can be added at the end.
ILANA HIRT
01:06:07
or now.
Jeff Wagman
01:07:13
I moved my oven pan to the stove top when he said to do the oil, garlic and mushrooms.
ILANA HIRT
01:07:14
Take pan that was in the oven or warmed...put it on a high heat on the stove...smoking hot
ILANA HIRT
01:07:50
seasoned steak with pepper and salt and now add olive oil to the pan.
ILANA HIRT
01:08:49
thanks for the tip.
ILANA HIRT
01:09:03
let the steak sit in the oil and get a nice crust / carmalization for that matter.
ILANA HIRT
01:09:16
common mistake is that we move it too much. Just let it stay still
ILANA HIRT
01:10:00
cooking time - when its done or depends on the size of the steak. you can move the pan but do not move the steak in the pan
ILANA HIRT
01:10:20
looking for a deep carmalization...
ILANA HIRT
01:11:06
when you see there is carmalization on the side take a peak abut you need to wait until the whole side is carmalized
Jeff Wagman
01:14:02
What is carmelization\???
Jeff Wagman
01:15:09
I do not see that. Colourblind.
ILANA HIRT
01:16:22
cast iron allows for carmelization everywhere
ILANA HIRT
01:17:14
let it rest because the juices are boiling inside. So hot from being on the cast iron. if slice right away will come right out of the steak. if you let it rest all the juices will stay inside
ILANA HIRT
01:18:13
how warm at home? on top of oven or in oven at warm temperature...
ILANA HIRT
01:20:31
place mushrooms in middle of the serving plate. take some of the thyme from the steak and place ontop of mushrooms
ILANA HIRT
01:20:44
take steak that was rested and then slice
Rob Barkin
01:24:37
DSM has great quality products
Jeff Wagman
01:26:28
`Tastes like whisky.
Leo Adler
01:37:52
who was JP Wiser?
Rob Barkin
01:38:41
thanks for the amazing rib eyes DSM foods
Amanda
01:40:24
JP was one of Canada's whisky pioneers, 1850's, before Canada was Canada - him, Hiram Walker, Henry Corby, Gooderham & Worts.
ILANA HIRT
01:48:18
DSM you find good steak...thanks
ILANA HIRT
01:48:39
great lesson J.P. Wiser's Thanks Colin...
Leo Adler
01:56:41
So are you saying that there is no requirement for this to be rye in order to be called a "rye" whiskey?
Leo Adler
02:06:21
Were they originally only rye?
Rivki
02:14:26
Thank you Steven, was fantastic. n
Alan Perlis
02:14:48
Thank you .. lots of fun
deborahmoskovitch
02:15:05
Thank you!
ILANA HIRT
02:15:14
thank you Colin Great job! Thanks everyone!