Omaha Steaks Research Claims Different Personalities Like Different Steaks

Join the conversation: Diane Toops unveils Omaha Steaks' research regarding personality traits of individuals and the types of steaks they prefer

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Omaha Steaks has discovered a connection between the personality traits of individuals and the types of steaks they prefer. The findings of a recent informal survey conducted by the Omaha Steaks Product Development Team indicate that individual preferences in favorite steaks are directly linked to a well-defined group of common personality characteristics.

Here are the team’s observations: Dads who prefer Filet Mignons are mild-mannered, tender-hearted, meticulous and enjoy simple elegance; Ribeye aficionados are even-tempered, strive for balance in life and have laid-back attitudes with a bit of a maverick spirit; Strip Loins are passionate and somewhat indulgent, with strong personalities and take-charge attitudes; and Top Sirloins are mainstream with down to earth attitudes and a “what you see is what you get” philosophy of life.

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