A steakhouse in Kansas City, Missouri, is offering a steak dinner at the end of a day in the state, but you need to know a few things about Kansas City.
1:30 A.M. — The first thing you need is the right steak, says Steve Anderson.
He’s the executive chef of Kansas City’s famous Red Fox Steakhouse.
Anderson started at Red Fox in 2009, just as the Great Recession hit.
The company closed in 2011.
— Anderson has spent the last five years working for Red Fox.
He started at the restaurant in 2010, but he’s moved on to other jobs.
He was an interior designer for the restaurant’s previous owners before joining Anderson’s new team.
“It’s really fun to come here and work here,” he says.
2 p.m.– When it comes to the steak dinner.
It’s usually a little bit of everything, but it depends on how busy you are and the day you go,” Anderson says.
Anderson will have some suggestions for the food.
If you want the big steak, he says you should expect the steak to be served with mashed potatoes and cabbage and other vegetables, and that it should be topped with lettuce and tomato sauce.
3:15 P.M.– For the chicken and waffles, Anderson will be bringing in a couple of the city’s finest restaurants, including the famous Red Onion in the Old Town. “
If you don’t want the meat with potatoes, don’t have the potatoes, you can use it,” he adds.
3:15 P.M.– For the chicken and waffles, Anderson will be bringing in a couple of the city’s finest restaurants, including the famous Red Onion in the Old Town.
“I’m a big fan of their cooking, but the chicken is the star of the show,” Anderson said.
He said the chicken was cooked beautifully, and the waffles were the best in Kansas.
4 p.M.- The first order is to order the steak and chicken.
The chef then recommends the waffle, which is the wisest choice of all the items.
4:45 P.m.- The second order is the cheese.
“They’re the best I’ve ever had in my life,” Anderson exclaims.
Anderson said the cheese was amazing.
“You know, if you look at the picture, it’s a picture of a cheese wheel,” he said.
“That’s what it is.
It was like a giant wheel.
I don’t know how you can get more cheese than that.”
5:30 P.,M.– Next is the wine.
“We don’t serve wine in Kansas,” Anderson explains.
“But the wine that we serve is the finest of all.”
He says if you order a big order, you are guaranteed a great wine.
He suggests you order something like a red, white or blue, with the red and white being the best.
“Then I suggest you pick something that is the white,” he explains.
It can be a traditional red, like red and blue, but Anderson also recommends something with more of a floral note, like the wine from Red Fox’s restaurant in New York City.
M.– The last order is a plate of fries.
“There’s nothing better than fries,” Anderson enthuses.
“This is the best fried chicken in the world.”
— After the order, Anderson is about to open the door to the dining room.
It will be quiet, he explains, so don’t be too loud.
“People are just sitting down,” he warns.
“Don’t startle them.”