Peter Luger steak sauce

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2004/10/26 15:41:35 (permalink)

Peter Luger steak sauce

Hi all,

I just got back from Fresh Market with my newest find which ihs Peter Luger Steak Sauce. FM must have just started carrying this in our market as I had not noticed it before. It was located in the coller section beside the dairy priducts along with some other new items including Devon double heavy cream and Devon canned Custard.

I have 2 very nice Angus ribeyes in the fridge ( seasoned and vacuum bagged with our own personal unit ) that I think will be perfect to try out with PL's sauce tonight.


Dennis in Cary
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    BaconBits
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    RE: Peter Luger steak sauce 2004/10/26 15:44:59 (permalink)
    I suggest using the sauce on a salad made only of sliced Beefsteak tomatoes and sliced Vidalia onion. Simple and awesome.
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    Spudnut
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    RE: Peter Luger steak sauce 2004/10/26 15:49:40 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by BaconBits

    I suggest using the sauce on a salad made only of sliced Beefsteak tomatoes and sliced Vidalia onion. Simple and awesome.



    Took the words out of my mouth. I'm not much on using steak sauce on steaks, but Luger's sauce is perfect on BaconBits' salad recommendation.
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    DLnWPBrown
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    RE: Peter Luger steak sauce 2004/10/26 15:49:43 (permalink)
    LOL, you'd think I would read through what I typed before hitting send ......... can't spell worth a lick today.
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    RE: Peter Luger steak sauce 2004/10/26 15:53:42 (permalink)
    I just saw it for the first time in the packaged steak section of Wegman's grocery store this week too.
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    mayor al
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    RE: Peter Luger steak sauce 2004/10/26 15:58:18 (permalink)
    How does it look/taste/smell / Tomato based? Smokie? Vinegar? Tell us about it!! Considering the general trend of the Sauce It or Don't Sauce It threads, i will be interested in hearing about the quality and uses for this "Upscale" sauce.
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    DLnWPBrown
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    RE: Peter Luger steak sauce 2004/11/04 19:58:28 (permalink)
    Al,
    It reminded me alot of a cross between a cocktail sauce and a tomato based steak sauce..... VERY good on my rib eye. I just bought some collosal shrimp from my local Lowes grocery store and plan on grilling them and using the steak sauce for a dip.

    Dennis in Cary
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    mike g
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    RE: Peter Luger steak sauce 2004/11/17 22:15:37 (permalink)
    The whole thing with Peter Luger steak sauce is that at Peter Luger's you don't put it on steak! Steak at Peter Luger is always eaten unadorned of anything but the juices from the serving dish. The steak sauce is mostly used on their traditional sliced tomato/onion appetizer. I have seen my boss cringe when a client from out of town douses his steak with the steak sauce at PL's.
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    RE: Peter Luger steak sauce 2004/11/17 22:52:12 (permalink)
    I'm normally an A-1 kind of guy for my steaks, but come this weekend when I go and search for some Bertmans Mustard, I'll put Pete's Sauce on my list also! (Plan on having one last porterhouse before all the snow flies here next week... I'll have porterhouses in the snow, just that last one before it all flies is special!)...
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    Re:Peter Luger steak sauce 2011/07/04 08:56:57 (permalink)
    I've been using Luger sauce since they first came out. I would use it with beef, chicken and fish. It's versatile enough to use when cooking BBQ. If you want to try and please guests by catering your next event try Hot Roast Beef sliced thin into a mixing bowl with Luger sauce. Take the marinated beef and place on top of a bed of lettuce which should be on the lower half of an Italian or French bread. Cover with a sliced cheese of choice and sliced tomato then cover with bread top. I guarantee your guests are coming back for seconds.
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    sk bob
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    Re:Peter Luger steak sauce 2011/07/04 12:06:29 (permalink)
    if you look at the bottle it says either Peter Luger Steak House sauce or Peter Lugers Sauce. not steak sauce.
    but to each his own. its not against the law to put it on your steak.
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    Re:Peter Luger steak sauce 2011/07/04 12:46:21 (permalink)
    From the Peter Luger web site:
     
    "This is the best. Their own steak sauce is not only great on steak, but also served on slabs of red ripe tomatoes. You can't do without this. They only began selling their sauce after customers begged. We love this sauce on hamburgers. We love it on chicken.  The taste is somewhere between cocktail sauce - it's spicy with horseradish and traditional steak sauce - being a rich brown color. The sauce is fat-free. It tastes so good you won't mind."
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