Molten aluminum does crazy things to fruit and liquids and ant hills but against a steak? It doesn’t do much. As in, the steak basically defeats molten metal. Sure, the piece of meat burns up and turns an ever so slight shade of brown but there’s really no place for the burning hot metal to settle in and cast itself in crazy shapes. I like my skin’s chances again molten aluminum.
Backyard Scientist also shows what happens when you cook a steak on a pool of liquid metal (that is not a good idea to ever do yourself).