Enjoying a steak and basking in the sunlight sounds like a perfect day. Part of the journey every meat lover should experience at least once, is how that steak gets made.
Here's one for the books.
YouTube's The King of Random channel posed a hypothesis of whether or not it was possible to cook a steak with sunlight.
Harnessing Apollo's embrace, Nate from the King of Random team set a raw cut of steak on a cast iron skillet and placed the meat under a solar scorcher.
A solar scorcher is a device that amplifies the sun's rays and concentrates it immensely in a controlled perimeter. Similar to a giant magnifying glass, the device creates a constant stream of heat that quickly begins to warm both the skillet and the beef — becoming more concentrated the lower it gets to the ground.
Check out the fascinating process in how the scorcher cooks the steak in the video above. We probably don't have the patience to build a solar scorcher the next time we want a steak, but we will pull up a lawn chair and eat it outside in the sun.