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Donald Trump Eats His Steak Well Done With Ketchup

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President Donald J Trump dined out at BLT Prime by David Burke on Saturday night and people are not pleased with his order

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Reactions range from anger and resentment to fake disbelief.

We already know that President Trump has a penchant for greasy fast-food and the White House’s meatloaf, but thanks to a first-person report from the Independent Journal Review, we know that he also eats his steak well-done and slathered in ketchup. The report gives an entertaining play-by-play of the Sunday night dinner at BLT Prime by David Burke at the Trump Hotel in Washington, D.C. where Trump escaped to on Saturday night to avoid the press pool.

The report lists some interesting details of the journalist’s dinner alongside the leader of the free world. Trump was rushed with fans and admirers when he entered the hotel and complimented one woman—who said it was her birthday—on the vitality of her skin. When he entered, the entire restaurant gave him a standing ovation. When asked if he would be attending the White House Correspondents Dinner this year, Trump smirked and said “No. Do you like that?”

But the part of the evening that has caught everyone’s eye was the President’s dinner order. From a server who wished to remain anonymous:

“The President ordered a well-done steak. An aged New York strip. He ate it with ketchup as he always does.”

The steak, which cost $54, was accompanied by jumbo shrimp cocktails for the whole table. Of course, this unusual food preference has gotten quite a lot of attention:

Finally have to draw the line with trump:
Steak well done, with ketchup-
is a threat to the most hallowed institutions of our democracy.

— Buck Sexton (@BuckSexton) February 27, 2017

Donald Trump actually eats his steak well done..... with ketchup. It's official. He's an overgrown child.

— nalisa alia amin (@nalisaaa) February 27, 2017

I can endure a lot of authoritarian behavior, but if Trump really eats his steak well-done with ketchup, the guy has to go.

— Will Watson (@will_watson) February 26, 2017


Reporter Reveals That Donald Trump Eats His Steaks Well-Done With Ketchup

Donald Trump: billionaire, nationally-known celebrity socialite and, more recently, the duly-elected (probably!) President of The United States of America. These are all things that, on their face, confer a certain sense of refined social grace &mdash after all, when we picture wealthy, dignified people, we picture them consuming the finest consumables with the kind of charm school polish that separates them from the Great Unwashed.

But Donald Trump, if nothing else, managed to sell himself as someone who may be a billionaire but is also a Man of The People. This is a ridiculous notion, of course, but it's one that won him the highest office in the land &mdash whether he's scarfing KFC on his private plane, 'noshing on a taco bowl in his Manhattan penthouse or using scotch tape to keep his tie in place, Donald Trump screams "I'm just like you, only richer."

Great afternoon in Ohio & a great evening in Pennsylvania - departing now. See you tomorrow Virginia! pic.twitter.com/jQTQYBFpdb

&mdash Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 2, 2016

But this latest tidbit of populist theater, captured as part of Independent Journal Review reporter Benny Johnson's meticulous (and excellent) deep-dive into what it's like when the president goes out for dinner, may be a bridge too far. As you might imagine, dining out for the president (even at a hotel that bears his name) is an involved affair &mdash Secret Service at every corner, bomb-sniffing dogs, and all the glad-handing you'd expect. But when it comes time to eat, Trump does something truly monstrous:

8:45 PM: Trump is served his entree. According to a waiter, who wished to remain anonymous:

&ldquoThe President ordered a well-done steak. An aged New York strip. He ate it with catsup as he always does. The sides and appetizers on the table were shared. Three jumbo shrimp cocktails were delivered before the meal. At one point, the President looked at his watch and remarked &rdquoThey are filming 'Saturday Night Live' right now. Can't wait to see what they are gonna do to me this week.&ldquo It was hard to serve him because he is so funny and relaxed, it makes you laugh.&rdquo

Yes, the president eats his aged steaks well-done, and with ketchup. Anyone who knows anything about steak knows that the finer cuts (your strips, ribeyes, fillets and the like) are best served medium-rare, and certainly no more than medium. Cooking them any more than that robs them of moisture and the textural contrast between the charred outside and buttery inside that makes steak so enjoyable. That's doubly true of aged steaks. The ageing process is one of controlled desiccation, whereby certain compounds break down, making the steak more tender and imparting funky, umami-heavy flavors.

Happy #CincoDeMayo! The best taco bowls are made in Trump Tower Grill. I love Hispanics! https://t.co/ufoTeQd8yA pic.twitter.com/k01Mc6CuDI

&mdash Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 5, 2016

(Just as important, anyone who's ever waited tables or cooked in a kitchen knows why well-done steaks are a nightmare: aside from being a waste of good meat, they take friggin' forever to cook.)

That he eats it with ketchup is maybe no surprise then, because that meat is dry as hell and it's not hard to imagine that President Trump demands BOLD FLAVOR with every bite. That's honestly the least offensive part of this. Using ketchup on a prime cut steak is an abomination, yes, but cooking a steak to well-done basically turns it into a very expensive hamburger, and ketchup is just fine there.

Besides, as a former purveyor of "great steaks," shouldn't Trump know a thing or two about them?

Again, the whole account of the evening is fascinating, but we need to ask ourselves as a nation: should we really give the nuclear codes to a guy who orders his steaks cooked beyond recognition?


Reporter Reveals That Donald Trump Eats His Steaks Well-Done With Ketchup

Donald Trump: billionaire, nationally-known celebrity socialite and, more recently, the duly-elected (probably!) President of The United States of America. These are all things that, on their face, confer a certain sense of refined social grace &mdash after all, when we picture wealthy, dignified people, we picture them consuming the finest consumables with the kind of charm school polish that separates them from the Great Unwashed.

But Donald Trump, if nothing else, managed to sell himself as someone who may be a billionaire but is also a Man of The People. This is a ridiculous notion, of course, but it's one that won him the highest office in the land &mdash whether he's scarfing KFC on his private plane, 'noshing on a taco bowl in his Manhattan penthouse or using scotch tape to keep his tie in place, Donald Trump screams "I'm just like you, only richer."

Great afternoon in Ohio & a great evening in Pennsylvania - departing now. See you tomorrow Virginia! pic.twitter.com/jQTQYBFpdb

&mdash Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 2, 2016

But this latest tidbit of populist theater, captured as part of Independent Journal Review reporter Benny Johnson's meticulous (and excellent) deep-dive into what it's like when the president goes out for dinner, may be a bridge too far. As you might imagine, dining out for the president (even at a hotel that bears his name) is an involved affair &mdash Secret Service at every corner, bomb-sniffing dogs, and all the glad-handing you'd expect. But when it comes time to eat, Trump does something truly monstrous:

8:45 PM: Trump is served his entree. According to a waiter, who wished to remain anonymous:

&ldquoThe President ordered a well-done steak. An aged New York strip. He ate it with catsup as he always does. The sides and appetizers on the table were shared. Three jumbo shrimp cocktails were delivered before the meal. At one point, the President looked at his watch and remarked &rdquoThey are filming 'Saturday Night Live' right now. Can't wait to see what they are gonna do to me this week.&ldquo It was hard to serve him because he is so funny and relaxed, it makes you laugh.&rdquo

Yes, the president eats his aged steaks well-done, and with ketchup. Anyone who knows anything about steak knows that the finer cuts (your strips, ribeyes, fillets and the like) are best served medium-rare, and certainly no more than medium. Cooking them any more than that robs them of moisture and the textural contrast between the charred outside and buttery inside that makes steak so enjoyable. That's doubly true of aged steaks. The ageing process is one of controlled desiccation, whereby certain compounds break down, making the steak more tender and imparting funky, umami-heavy flavors.

Happy #CincoDeMayo! The best taco bowls are made in Trump Tower Grill. I love Hispanics! https://t.co/ufoTeQd8yA pic.twitter.com/k01Mc6CuDI

&mdash Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 5, 2016

(Just as important, anyone who's ever waited tables or cooked in a kitchen knows why well-done steaks are a nightmare: aside from being a waste of good meat, they take friggin' forever to cook.)

That he eats it with ketchup is maybe no surprise then, because that meat is dry as hell and it's not hard to imagine that President Trump demands BOLD FLAVOR with every bite. That's honestly the least offensive part of this. Using ketchup on a prime cut steak is an abomination, yes, but cooking a steak to well-done basically turns it into a very expensive hamburger, and ketchup is just fine there.

Besides, as a former purveyor of "great steaks," shouldn't Trump know a thing or two about them?

Again, the whole account of the evening is fascinating, but we need to ask ourselves as a nation: should we really give the nuclear codes to a guy who orders his steaks cooked beyond recognition?


Reporter Reveals That Donald Trump Eats His Steaks Well-Done With Ketchup

Donald Trump: billionaire, nationally-known celebrity socialite and, more recently, the duly-elected (probably!) President of The United States of America. These are all things that, on their face, confer a certain sense of refined social grace &mdash after all, when we picture wealthy, dignified people, we picture them consuming the finest consumables with the kind of charm school polish that separates them from the Great Unwashed.

But Donald Trump, if nothing else, managed to sell himself as someone who may be a billionaire but is also a Man of The People. This is a ridiculous notion, of course, but it's one that won him the highest office in the land &mdash whether he's scarfing KFC on his private plane, 'noshing on a taco bowl in his Manhattan penthouse or using scotch tape to keep his tie in place, Donald Trump screams "I'm just like you, only richer."

Great afternoon in Ohio & a great evening in Pennsylvania - departing now. See you tomorrow Virginia! pic.twitter.com/jQTQYBFpdb

&mdash Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 2, 2016

But this latest tidbit of populist theater, captured as part of Independent Journal Review reporter Benny Johnson's meticulous (and excellent) deep-dive into what it's like when the president goes out for dinner, may be a bridge too far. As you might imagine, dining out for the president (even at a hotel that bears his name) is an involved affair &mdash Secret Service at every corner, bomb-sniffing dogs, and all the glad-handing you'd expect. But when it comes time to eat, Trump does something truly monstrous:

8:45 PM: Trump is served his entree. According to a waiter, who wished to remain anonymous:

&ldquoThe President ordered a well-done steak. An aged New York strip. He ate it with catsup as he always does. The sides and appetizers on the table were shared. Three jumbo shrimp cocktails were delivered before the meal. At one point, the President looked at his watch and remarked &rdquoThey are filming 'Saturday Night Live' right now. Can't wait to see what they are gonna do to me this week.&ldquo It was hard to serve him because he is so funny and relaxed, it makes you laugh.&rdquo

Yes, the president eats his aged steaks well-done, and with ketchup. Anyone who knows anything about steak knows that the finer cuts (your strips, ribeyes, fillets and the like) are best served medium-rare, and certainly no more than medium. Cooking them any more than that robs them of moisture and the textural contrast between the charred outside and buttery inside that makes steak so enjoyable. That's doubly true of aged steaks. The ageing process is one of controlled desiccation, whereby certain compounds break down, making the steak more tender and imparting funky, umami-heavy flavors.

Happy #CincoDeMayo! The best taco bowls are made in Trump Tower Grill. I love Hispanics! https://t.co/ufoTeQd8yA pic.twitter.com/k01Mc6CuDI

&mdash Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 5, 2016

(Just as important, anyone who's ever waited tables or cooked in a kitchen knows why well-done steaks are a nightmare: aside from being a waste of good meat, they take friggin' forever to cook.)

That he eats it with ketchup is maybe no surprise then, because that meat is dry as hell and it's not hard to imagine that President Trump demands BOLD FLAVOR with every bite. That's honestly the least offensive part of this. Using ketchup on a prime cut steak is an abomination, yes, but cooking a steak to well-done basically turns it into a very expensive hamburger, and ketchup is just fine there.

Besides, as a former purveyor of "great steaks," shouldn't Trump know a thing or two about them?

Again, the whole account of the evening is fascinating, but we need to ask ourselves as a nation: should we really give the nuclear codes to a guy who orders his steaks cooked beyond recognition?


Reporter Reveals That Donald Trump Eats His Steaks Well-Done With Ketchup

Donald Trump: billionaire, nationally-known celebrity socialite and, more recently, the duly-elected (probably!) President of The United States of America. These are all things that, on their face, confer a certain sense of refined social grace &mdash after all, when we picture wealthy, dignified people, we picture them consuming the finest consumables with the kind of charm school polish that separates them from the Great Unwashed.

But Donald Trump, if nothing else, managed to sell himself as someone who may be a billionaire but is also a Man of The People. This is a ridiculous notion, of course, but it's one that won him the highest office in the land &mdash whether he's scarfing KFC on his private plane, 'noshing on a taco bowl in his Manhattan penthouse or using scotch tape to keep his tie in place, Donald Trump screams "I'm just like you, only richer."

Great afternoon in Ohio & a great evening in Pennsylvania - departing now. See you tomorrow Virginia! pic.twitter.com/jQTQYBFpdb

&mdash Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 2, 2016

But this latest tidbit of populist theater, captured as part of Independent Journal Review reporter Benny Johnson's meticulous (and excellent) deep-dive into what it's like when the president goes out for dinner, may be a bridge too far. As you might imagine, dining out for the president (even at a hotel that bears his name) is an involved affair &mdash Secret Service at every corner, bomb-sniffing dogs, and all the glad-handing you'd expect. But when it comes time to eat, Trump does something truly monstrous:

8:45 PM: Trump is served his entree. According to a waiter, who wished to remain anonymous:

&ldquoThe President ordered a well-done steak. An aged New York strip. He ate it with catsup as he always does. The sides and appetizers on the table were shared. Three jumbo shrimp cocktails were delivered before the meal. At one point, the President looked at his watch and remarked &rdquoThey are filming 'Saturday Night Live' right now. Can't wait to see what they are gonna do to me this week.&ldquo It was hard to serve him because he is so funny and relaxed, it makes you laugh.&rdquo

Yes, the president eats his aged steaks well-done, and with ketchup. Anyone who knows anything about steak knows that the finer cuts (your strips, ribeyes, fillets and the like) are best served medium-rare, and certainly no more than medium. Cooking them any more than that robs them of moisture and the textural contrast between the charred outside and buttery inside that makes steak so enjoyable. That's doubly true of aged steaks. The ageing process is one of controlled desiccation, whereby certain compounds break down, making the steak more tender and imparting funky, umami-heavy flavors.

Happy #CincoDeMayo! The best taco bowls are made in Trump Tower Grill. I love Hispanics! https://t.co/ufoTeQd8yA pic.twitter.com/k01Mc6CuDI

&mdash Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 5, 2016

(Just as important, anyone who's ever waited tables or cooked in a kitchen knows why well-done steaks are a nightmare: aside from being a waste of good meat, they take friggin' forever to cook.)

That he eats it with ketchup is maybe no surprise then, because that meat is dry as hell and it's not hard to imagine that President Trump demands BOLD FLAVOR with every bite. That's honestly the least offensive part of this. Using ketchup on a prime cut steak is an abomination, yes, but cooking a steak to well-done basically turns it into a very expensive hamburger, and ketchup is just fine there.

Besides, as a former purveyor of "great steaks," shouldn't Trump know a thing or two about them?

Again, the whole account of the evening is fascinating, but we need to ask ourselves as a nation: should we really give the nuclear codes to a guy who orders his steaks cooked beyond recognition?


Reporter Reveals That Donald Trump Eats His Steaks Well-Done With Ketchup

Donald Trump: billionaire, nationally-known celebrity socialite and, more recently, the duly-elected (probably!) President of The United States of America. These are all things that, on their face, confer a certain sense of refined social grace &mdash after all, when we picture wealthy, dignified people, we picture them consuming the finest consumables with the kind of charm school polish that separates them from the Great Unwashed.

But Donald Trump, if nothing else, managed to sell himself as someone who may be a billionaire but is also a Man of The People. This is a ridiculous notion, of course, but it's one that won him the highest office in the land &mdash whether he's scarfing KFC on his private plane, 'noshing on a taco bowl in his Manhattan penthouse or using scotch tape to keep his tie in place, Donald Trump screams "I'm just like you, only richer."

Great afternoon in Ohio & a great evening in Pennsylvania - departing now. See you tomorrow Virginia! pic.twitter.com/jQTQYBFpdb

&mdash Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 2, 2016

But this latest tidbit of populist theater, captured as part of Independent Journal Review reporter Benny Johnson's meticulous (and excellent) deep-dive into what it's like when the president goes out for dinner, may be a bridge too far. As you might imagine, dining out for the president (even at a hotel that bears his name) is an involved affair &mdash Secret Service at every corner, bomb-sniffing dogs, and all the glad-handing you'd expect. But when it comes time to eat, Trump does something truly monstrous:

8:45 PM: Trump is served his entree. According to a waiter, who wished to remain anonymous:

&ldquoThe President ordered a well-done steak. An aged New York strip. He ate it with catsup as he always does. The sides and appetizers on the table were shared. Three jumbo shrimp cocktails were delivered before the meal. At one point, the President looked at his watch and remarked &rdquoThey are filming 'Saturday Night Live' right now. Can't wait to see what they are gonna do to me this week.&ldquo It was hard to serve him because he is so funny and relaxed, it makes you laugh.&rdquo

Yes, the president eats his aged steaks well-done, and with ketchup. Anyone who knows anything about steak knows that the finer cuts (your strips, ribeyes, fillets and the like) are best served medium-rare, and certainly no more than medium. Cooking them any more than that robs them of moisture and the textural contrast between the charred outside and buttery inside that makes steak so enjoyable. That's doubly true of aged steaks. The ageing process is one of controlled desiccation, whereby certain compounds break down, making the steak more tender and imparting funky, umami-heavy flavors.

Happy #CincoDeMayo! The best taco bowls are made in Trump Tower Grill. I love Hispanics! https://t.co/ufoTeQd8yA pic.twitter.com/k01Mc6CuDI

&mdash Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 5, 2016

(Just as important, anyone who's ever waited tables or cooked in a kitchen knows why well-done steaks are a nightmare: aside from being a waste of good meat, they take friggin' forever to cook.)

That he eats it with ketchup is maybe no surprise then, because that meat is dry as hell and it's not hard to imagine that President Trump demands BOLD FLAVOR with every bite. That's honestly the least offensive part of this. Using ketchup on a prime cut steak is an abomination, yes, but cooking a steak to well-done basically turns it into a very expensive hamburger, and ketchup is just fine there.

Besides, as a former purveyor of "great steaks," shouldn't Trump know a thing or two about them?

Again, the whole account of the evening is fascinating, but we need to ask ourselves as a nation: should we really give the nuclear codes to a guy who orders his steaks cooked beyond recognition?


Reporter Reveals That Donald Trump Eats His Steaks Well-Done With Ketchup

Donald Trump: billionaire, nationally-known celebrity socialite and, more recently, the duly-elected (probably!) President of The United States of America. These are all things that, on their face, confer a certain sense of refined social grace &mdash after all, when we picture wealthy, dignified people, we picture them consuming the finest consumables with the kind of charm school polish that separates them from the Great Unwashed.

But Donald Trump, if nothing else, managed to sell himself as someone who may be a billionaire but is also a Man of The People. This is a ridiculous notion, of course, but it's one that won him the highest office in the land &mdash whether he's scarfing KFC on his private plane, 'noshing on a taco bowl in his Manhattan penthouse or using scotch tape to keep his tie in place, Donald Trump screams "I'm just like you, only richer."

Great afternoon in Ohio & a great evening in Pennsylvania - departing now. See you tomorrow Virginia! pic.twitter.com/jQTQYBFpdb

&mdash Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 2, 2016

But this latest tidbit of populist theater, captured as part of Independent Journal Review reporter Benny Johnson's meticulous (and excellent) deep-dive into what it's like when the president goes out for dinner, may be a bridge too far. As you might imagine, dining out for the president (even at a hotel that bears his name) is an involved affair &mdash Secret Service at every corner, bomb-sniffing dogs, and all the glad-handing you'd expect. But when it comes time to eat, Trump does something truly monstrous:

8:45 PM: Trump is served his entree. According to a waiter, who wished to remain anonymous:

&ldquoThe President ordered a well-done steak. An aged New York strip. He ate it with catsup as he always does. The sides and appetizers on the table were shared. Three jumbo shrimp cocktails were delivered before the meal. At one point, the President looked at his watch and remarked &rdquoThey are filming 'Saturday Night Live' right now. Can't wait to see what they are gonna do to me this week.&ldquo It was hard to serve him because he is so funny and relaxed, it makes you laugh.&rdquo

Yes, the president eats his aged steaks well-done, and with ketchup. Anyone who knows anything about steak knows that the finer cuts (your strips, ribeyes, fillets and the like) are best served medium-rare, and certainly no more than medium. Cooking them any more than that robs them of moisture and the textural contrast between the charred outside and buttery inside that makes steak so enjoyable. That's doubly true of aged steaks. The ageing process is one of controlled desiccation, whereby certain compounds break down, making the steak more tender and imparting funky, umami-heavy flavors.

Happy #CincoDeMayo! The best taco bowls are made in Trump Tower Grill. I love Hispanics! https://t.co/ufoTeQd8yA pic.twitter.com/k01Mc6CuDI

&mdash Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 5, 2016

(Just as important, anyone who's ever waited tables or cooked in a kitchen knows why well-done steaks are a nightmare: aside from being a waste of good meat, they take friggin' forever to cook.)

That he eats it with ketchup is maybe no surprise then, because that meat is dry as hell and it's not hard to imagine that President Trump demands BOLD FLAVOR with every bite. That's honestly the least offensive part of this. Using ketchup on a prime cut steak is an abomination, yes, but cooking a steak to well-done basically turns it into a very expensive hamburger, and ketchup is just fine there.

Besides, as a former purveyor of "great steaks," shouldn't Trump know a thing or two about them?

Again, the whole account of the evening is fascinating, but we need to ask ourselves as a nation: should we really give the nuclear codes to a guy who orders his steaks cooked beyond recognition?


Reporter Reveals That Donald Trump Eats His Steaks Well-Done With Ketchup

Donald Trump: billionaire, nationally-known celebrity socialite and, more recently, the duly-elected (probably!) President of The United States of America. These are all things that, on their face, confer a certain sense of refined social grace &mdash after all, when we picture wealthy, dignified people, we picture them consuming the finest consumables with the kind of charm school polish that separates them from the Great Unwashed.

But Donald Trump, if nothing else, managed to sell himself as someone who may be a billionaire but is also a Man of The People. This is a ridiculous notion, of course, but it's one that won him the highest office in the land &mdash whether he's scarfing KFC on his private plane, 'noshing on a taco bowl in his Manhattan penthouse or using scotch tape to keep his tie in place, Donald Trump screams "I'm just like you, only richer."

Great afternoon in Ohio & a great evening in Pennsylvania - departing now. See you tomorrow Virginia! pic.twitter.com/jQTQYBFpdb

&mdash Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 2, 2016

But this latest tidbit of populist theater, captured as part of Independent Journal Review reporter Benny Johnson's meticulous (and excellent) deep-dive into what it's like when the president goes out for dinner, may be a bridge too far. As you might imagine, dining out for the president (even at a hotel that bears his name) is an involved affair &mdash Secret Service at every corner, bomb-sniffing dogs, and all the glad-handing you'd expect. But when it comes time to eat, Trump does something truly monstrous:

8:45 PM: Trump is served his entree. According to a waiter, who wished to remain anonymous:

&ldquoThe President ordered a well-done steak. An aged New York strip. He ate it with catsup as he always does. The sides and appetizers on the table were shared. Three jumbo shrimp cocktails were delivered before the meal. At one point, the President looked at his watch and remarked &rdquoThey are filming 'Saturday Night Live' right now. Can't wait to see what they are gonna do to me this week.&ldquo It was hard to serve him because he is so funny and relaxed, it makes you laugh.&rdquo

Yes, the president eats his aged steaks well-done, and with ketchup. Anyone who knows anything about steak knows that the finer cuts (your strips, ribeyes, fillets and the like) are best served medium-rare, and certainly no more than medium. Cooking them any more than that robs them of moisture and the textural contrast between the charred outside and buttery inside that makes steak so enjoyable. That's doubly true of aged steaks. The ageing process is one of controlled desiccation, whereby certain compounds break down, making the steak more tender and imparting funky, umami-heavy flavors.

Happy #CincoDeMayo! The best taco bowls are made in Trump Tower Grill. I love Hispanics! https://t.co/ufoTeQd8yA pic.twitter.com/k01Mc6CuDI

&mdash Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 5, 2016

(Just as important, anyone who's ever waited tables or cooked in a kitchen knows why well-done steaks are a nightmare: aside from being a waste of good meat, they take friggin' forever to cook.)

That he eats it with ketchup is maybe no surprise then, because that meat is dry as hell and it's not hard to imagine that President Trump demands BOLD FLAVOR with every bite. That's honestly the least offensive part of this. Using ketchup on a prime cut steak is an abomination, yes, but cooking a steak to well-done basically turns it into a very expensive hamburger, and ketchup is just fine there.

Besides, as a former purveyor of "great steaks," shouldn't Trump know a thing or two about them?

Again, the whole account of the evening is fascinating, but we need to ask ourselves as a nation: should we really give the nuclear codes to a guy who orders his steaks cooked beyond recognition?


Reporter Reveals That Donald Trump Eats His Steaks Well-Done With Ketchup

Donald Trump: billionaire, nationally-known celebrity socialite and, more recently, the duly-elected (probably!) President of The United States of America. These are all things that, on their face, confer a certain sense of refined social grace &mdash after all, when we picture wealthy, dignified people, we picture them consuming the finest consumables with the kind of charm school polish that separates them from the Great Unwashed.

But Donald Trump, if nothing else, managed to sell himself as someone who may be a billionaire but is also a Man of The People. This is a ridiculous notion, of course, but it's one that won him the highest office in the land &mdash whether he's scarfing KFC on his private plane, 'noshing on a taco bowl in his Manhattan penthouse or using scotch tape to keep his tie in place, Donald Trump screams "I'm just like you, only richer."

Great afternoon in Ohio & a great evening in Pennsylvania - departing now. See you tomorrow Virginia! pic.twitter.com/jQTQYBFpdb

&mdash Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 2, 2016

But this latest tidbit of populist theater, captured as part of Independent Journal Review reporter Benny Johnson's meticulous (and excellent) deep-dive into what it's like when the president goes out for dinner, may be a bridge too far. As you might imagine, dining out for the president (even at a hotel that bears his name) is an involved affair &mdash Secret Service at every corner, bomb-sniffing dogs, and all the glad-handing you'd expect. But when it comes time to eat, Trump does something truly monstrous:

8:45 PM: Trump is served his entree. According to a waiter, who wished to remain anonymous:

&ldquoThe President ordered a well-done steak. An aged New York strip. He ate it with catsup as he always does. The sides and appetizers on the table were shared. Three jumbo shrimp cocktails were delivered before the meal. At one point, the President looked at his watch and remarked &rdquoThey are filming 'Saturday Night Live' right now. Can't wait to see what they are gonna do to me this week.&ldquo It was hard to serve him because he is so funny and relaxed, it makes you laugh.&rdquo

Yes, the president eats his aged steaks well-done, and with ketchup. Anyone who knows anything about steak knows that the finer cuts (your strips, ribeyes, fillets and the like) are best served medium-rare, and certainly no more than medium. Cooking them any more than that robs them of moisture and the textural contrast between the charred outside and buttery inside that makes steak so enjoyable. That's doubly true of aged steaks. The ageing process is one of controlled desiccation, whereby certain compounds break down, making the steak more tender and imparting funky, umami-heavy flavors.

Happy #CincoDeMayo! The best taco bowls are made in Trump Tower Grill. I love Hispanics! https://t.co/ufoTeQd8yA pic.twitter.com/k01Mc6CuDI

&mdash Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 5, 2016

(Just as important, anyone who's ever waited tables or cooked in a kitchen knows why well-done steaks are a nightmare: aside from being a waste of good meat, they take friggin' forever to cook.)

That he eats it with ketchup is maybe no surprise then, because that meat is dry as hell and it's not hard to imagine that President Trump demands BOLD FLAVOR with every bite. That's honestly the least offensive part of this. Using ketchup on a prime cut steak is an abomination, yes, but cooking a steak to well-done basically turns it into a very expensive hamburger, and ketchup is just fine there.

Besides, as a former purveyor of "great steaks," shouldn't Trump know a thing or two about them?

Again, the whole account of the evening is fascinating, but we need to ask ourselves as a nation: should we really give the nuclear codes to a guy who orders his steaks cooked beyond recognition?


Reporter Reveals That Donald Trump Eats His Steaks Well-Done With Ketchup

Donald Trump: billionaire, nationally-known celebrity socialite and, more recently, the duly-elected (probably!) President of The United States of America. These are all things that, on their face, confer a certain sense of refined social grace &mdash after all, when we picture wealthy, dignified people, we picture them consuming the finest consumables with the kind of charm school polish that separates them from the Great Unwashed.

But Donald Trump, if nothing else, managed to sell himself as someone who may be a billionaire but is also a Man of The People. This is a ridiculous notion, of course, but it's one that won him the highest office in the land &mdash whether he's scarfing KFC on his private plane, 'noshing on a taco bowl in his Manhattan penthouse or using scotch tape to keep his tie in place, Donald Trump screams "I'm just like you, only richer."

Great afternoon in Ohio & a great evening in Pennsylvania - departing now. See you tomorrow Virginia! pic.twitter.com/jQTQYBFpdb

&mdash Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 2, 2016

But this latest tidbit of populist theater, captured as part of Independent Journal Review reporter Benny Johnson's meticulous (and excellent) deep-dive into what it's like when the president goes out for dinner, may be a bridge too far. As you might imagine, dining out for the president (even at a hotel that bears his name) is an involved affair &mdash Secret Service at every corner, bomb-sniffing dogs, and all the glad-handing you'd expect. But when it comes time to eat, Trump does something truly monstrous:

8:45 PM: Trump is served his entree. According to a waiter, who wished to remain anonymous:

&ldquoThe President ordered a well-done steak. An aged New York strip. He ate it with catsup as he always does. The sides and appetizers on the table were shared. Three jumbo shrimp cocktails were delivered before the meal. At one point, the President looked at his watch and remarked &rdquoThey are filming 'Saturday Night Live' right now. Can't wait to see what they are gonna do to me this week.&ldquo It was hard to serve him because he is so funny and relaxed, it makes you laugh.&rdquo

Yes, the president eats his aged steaks well-done, and with ketchup. Anyone who knows anything about steak knows that the finer cuts (your strips, ribeyes, fillets and the like) are best served medium-rare, and certainly no more than medium. Cooking them any more than that robs them of moisture and the textural contrast between the charred outside and buttery inside that makes steak so enjoyable. That's doubly true of aged steaks. The ageing process is one of controlled desiccation, whereby certain compounds break down, making the steak more tender and imparting funky, umami-heavy flavors.

Happy #CincoDeMayo! The best taco bowls are made in Trump Tower Grill. I love Hispanics! https://t.co/ufoTeQd8yA pic.twitter.com/k01Mc6CuDI

&mdash Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 5, 2016

(Just as important, anyone who's ever waited tables or cooked in a kitchen knows why well-done steaks are a nightmare: aside from being a waste of good meat, they take friggin' forever to cook.)

That he eats it with ketchup is maybe no surprise then, because that meat is dry as hell and it's not hard to imagine that President Trump demands BOLD FLAVOR with every bite. That's honestly the least offensive part of this. Using ketchup on a prime cut steak is an abomination, yes, but cooking a steak to well-done basically turns it into a very expensive hamburger, and ketchup is just fine there.

Besides, as a former purveyor of "great steaks," shouldn't Trump know a thing or two about them?

Again, the whole account of the evening is fascinating, but we need to ask ourselves as a nation: should we really give the nuclear codes to a guy who orders his steaks cooked beyond recognition?


Reporter Reveals That Donald Trump Eats His Steaks Well-Done With Ketchup

Donald Trump: billionaire, nationally-known celebrity socialite and, more recently, the duly-elected (probably!) President of The United States of America. These are all things that, on their face, confer a certain sense of refined social grace &mdash after all, when we picture wealthy, dignified people, we picture them consuming the finest consumables with the kind of charm school polish that separates them from the Great Unwashed.

But Donald Trump, if nothing else, managed to sell himself as someone who may be a billionaire but is also a Man of The People. This is a ridiculous notion, of course, but it's one that won him the highest office in the land &mdash whether he's scarfing KFC on his private plane, 'noshing on a taco bowl in his Manhattan penthouse or using scotch tape to keep his tie in place, Donald Trump screams "I'm just like you, only richer."

Great afternoon in Ohio & a great evening in Pennsylvania - departing now. See you tomorrow Virginia! pic.twitter.com/jQTQYBFpdb

&mdash Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 2, 2016

But this latest tidbit of populist theater, captured as part of Independent Journal Review reporter Benny Johnson's meticulous (and excellent) deep-dive into what it's like when the president goes out for dinner, may be a bridge too far. As you might imagine, dining out for the president (even at a hotel that bears his name) is an involved affair &mdash Secret Service at every corner, bomb-sniffing dogs, and all the glad-handing you'd expect. But when it comes time to eat, Trump does something truly monstrous:

8:45 PM: Trump is served his entree. According to a waiter, who wished to remain anonymous:

&ldquoThe President ordered a well-done steak. An aged New York strip. He ate it with catsup as he always does. The sides and appetizers on the table were shared. Three jumbo shrimp cocktails were delivered before the meal. At one point, the President looked at his watch and remarked &rdquoThey are filming 'Saturday Night Live' right now. Can't wait to see what they are gonna do to me this week.&ldquo It was hard to serve him because he is so funny and relaxed, it makes you laugh.&rdquo

Yes, the president eats his aged steaks well-done, and with ketchup. Anyone who knows anything about steak knows that the finer cuts (your strips, ribeyes, fillets and the like) are best served medium-rare, and certainly no more than medium. Cooking them any more than that robs them of moisture and the textural contrast between the charred outside and buttery inside that makes steak so enjoyable. That's doubly true of aged steaks. The ageing process is one of controlled desiccation, whereby certain compounds break down, making the steak more tender and imparting funky, umami-heavy flavors.

Happy #CincoDeMayo! The best taco bowls are made in Trump Tower Grill. I love Hispanics! https://t.co/ufoTeQd8yA pic.twitter.com/k01Mc6CuDI

&mdash Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 5, 2016

(Just as important, anyone who's ever waited tables or cooked in a kitchen knows why well-done steaks are a nightmare: aside from being a waste of good meat, they take friggin' forever to cook.)

That he eats it with ketchup is maybe no surprise then, because that meat is dry as hell and it's not hard to imagine that President Trump demands BOLD FLAVOR with every bite. That's honestly the least offensive part of this. Using ketchup on a prime cut steak is an abomination, yes, but cooking a steak to well-done basically turns it into a very expensive hamburger, and ketchup is just fine there.

Besides, as a former purveyor of "great steaks," shouldn't Trump know a thing or two about them?

Again, the whole account of the evening is fascinating, but we need to ask ourselves as a nation: should we really give the nuclear codes to a guy who orders his steaks cooked beyond recognition?


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Comments:

  1. Lind

    I'm sorry, but I think you are wrong. I can defend my position. Email me at PM, we will discuss.

  2. Amory

    Bravo, you just had a great thought

  3. Jarin

    Work smartly, not until the night

  4. Alfrid

    I apologise, but, in my opinion, you commit an error.



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