Sirloin Steak And Peppercorn Sauce

[wcm_nonmember]<!– –><div style="text-align: center"><!– –><img src="https://cdn.sorted.club/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Bucket-List-graphic.png" alt="" scale="0" style="max-width: 30%; margin-top: 20px"><!– –><!– –><h2><!– –>Unlock this Story<!– –></h2><!– –><p style="padding-bottom:25px"><!– –>Stories from the &#039;Bucket List&#039; book are only available to members<!– –></p><!– –><a class="et_pb_button" background-color: #ffffff"<!– –>href="/product/digital-club-membership/">join the club</a><!– –></div><!– –><!– –>[/wcm_nonmember]<!– –><!– –>[wcm_restrict]<!– –><!– –><div class="page" title="Page 44"><!– –><div class="section"><!– –><div class="layoutArea"><!– –><div class="column"><!– –><!– –><p>One of the only dishes Katie remembers eating from when she was younger is bangers and mash. It’s a proper British dish of mashed potato and good pork sausages, sometimes with an onion gravy. Her nan cooked it for her after a sports match and she can still taste it today.</p><!– –><!– –><p>The problem is that now she doesn’t like sausages. At all. She thinks they have a weird texture and look like… willies. So is that dish bucket list worthy for her? Maybe not.</p><!– –><!– –><p>Instead, she loves the idea of having that <b>one dish that is always a treat no matter what</b>. Eating it always brings about great feelings. For Katie, that dish is steak and peppercorn sauce. Growing up, she was lucky enough to have loads of home-cooked meals but that meant that she didn’t eat out often. One food memory that stays with her today is trying steak for the first time in a restaurant in Portugal. Her parents suggested she try it cooked medium, with peppercorn sauce and cubed potatoes. It was <b>like nothing she’d tasted before</b> and ever since, every time Katie has a steak it’s special.</p><!– –><!– –><p>It’s easy to try something new that’s so delicious that you just want more. Maybe you learn to cook it or make it your go-to item on a menu when you eat out. But then it becomes normal. It loses a little bit of the joy that came with it that first time. Eventually, you can’t remember the first time you tasted it. Katie has done the opposite. She doesn’t cook steak often (although when she does it’s full panic mode to get it absolutely perfect). When she eats out she won’t order it unless it’s a special occasion, so what she experienced that first time has stuck. It’s something special every time she eats it, and that’s something that should be on everyone’s bucket list. <b>Find a dish that you keep special</b>. Resist the urge to eat it all the time. Save it for that special occasion and savour every bite.</p><!– –><!– –></div><!– –></div><!– –></div><!– –></div><!– –><!– –>[/wcm_restrict]