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Old 04-06-2006, 06:08 PM   #1
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I used my newest favorite grill the 1TG...did a beef eye round...seared on all sides for 2 minutes then indirect till it got to 150* internal...added quartered yukon gold potatos at 95* internal that were tossed in EVOO, S&P and rosemary and then did 3 portabellos marinated in Balsamic to finish...Had a nice Chilean red with the beef!!

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I used my newest favorite grill the 1TG...did a beef eye round...seared on all sides for 2 minutes then indirect till it got to 150* internal...added quartered yukon gold potatos at 95* internal that were tossed in EVOO, S&P and rosemary and then did 3 portabellos marinated in Balsamic to finish...Had a nice Chilean red with the beef!!

Sorry, no pics this time!!
That's just a shame! Finney was right about you!
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Old 04-06-2006, 06:13 PM   #4
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I used my newest favorite grill the 1TG...did a beef eye round...seared on all sides for 2 minutes then indirect till it got to 150* internal...added quartered yukon gold potatos at 95* internal that were tossed in EVOO, S&P and rosemary and then did 3 portabellos marinated in Balsamic to finish...Had a nice Chilean red with the beef!!

Sorry, no pics this time!!
That's just a shame! Finney was right about you! [/quote:h5g5r3b7]
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I used my newest favorite grill the 1TG...did a beef eye round...seared on all sides for 2 minutes then indirect till it got to 150* internal...added quartered yukon gold potatos at 95* internal that were tossed in EVOO, S&P and rosemary and then did 3 portabellos marinated in Balsamic to finish...Had a nice Chilean red with the beef!!

Sorry, no pics this time!!
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Yep.

Rempe, do you find eye of round to have enough flavor. It's way down on the beef flavor meter as far as I'm comcerned. jmo
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Becky bought it at BJ'S...was marinated in peppercorn and garilc...it was ok but nothing great in the flavor section...london broil is MUCH better!!!!
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Becky bought it at BJ'S...was marinated in peppercorn and garilc...it was ok but nothing great in the flavor section...london broil is MUCH better!!!!
I hate that London Broil has suddenly become a cut of meat. And it isn't even the cut that London Broil traditionally was made with. #-o #-o #-o
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I did one last week for my brother...cooked mid-rare and thinly sliced...it was really good...served with a nice big Cab! Really. it was good stuff! =D>
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