Salisbury Steak (preserved)
Pre-War Salisbury steak
Salisbury steak is a dish made from a blend of minced beef and other ingredients, shaped to resemble a steak, usually served with gravy or brown sauce. It was invented by an American physician, Dr. J. H. Salisbury (1823–1905), whose name has been used since 1897 to describe this particular food item. Its popularity guaranteed it an enduring presence on the American market: up to the Great War, red packages with these "steaks" and the obligatory gravy were a common sight on store shelves. Due to the packaging process, these foods remain edible for centuries, allowing wastelanders to restore small amounts of health, in exchange for a minor amount of radiation.
One of the most popular brands was the Saddle Up Salisbury Steak, promising an A+ steak with peas and corn.
This box of Salisbury steak has been miraculously preserved through the centuries; it provides 60 hit points over ten seconds, and contains no radiation.
- A few can be found in the dining room and basement of Cabot House.
- Salisbury Steak history.
- Salisbury Steak appearance in Fallout 4.