how should I cook the steak at home

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  • how should I cook the steak at home tugberk

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    How do you cook a steak like those found in fine steakhouses?

    hi,

    I have tried several times to cook steak at home but they were not as delicious and good as they were at restaurants. I used pan to cook that and just a little oil so that it wouldn't stick to pan. the heat was at the low level.

    what is your advice on this? what type of equipment should I use? grill? thanks.

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