25 Chefs Share Their Favorite Cooking Lessons From Dad

“My father cooked only one thing: steaks on the grill. His technique was flawless, he had it down to a science. He’d light the charcoal, pour himself a gin martini, and when the coals were red hot, or about the time the martini was finished, he’d put the steaks on the grill and cover. Then he would time it. Seven minutes, then flip over and cook another seven minutes. Perfect medium rare every time. We referred to the cooking technique as the 7-minute steak.”

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