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Old 02-11-2008, 05:39 AM   #1
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Sunday's NY Strip

A choice NY strip with worcheshire sauce, and a rub consisting of kosher salt, ground black pepper, and garlic salt coming up to room temperature.





Potato with olive oil and the same rub going into a 425ļ oven.





Resting after a few minutes on a hot grill.





Time to eat.


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Old 02-11-2008, 06:43 AM   #2
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What Da Q said mmmmmmmmmmm
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Looks tasty John, one of my favorite cuts of meat to grill. I usually just use salt and pepper but the worcheshire and garlic sounds good. May need to grill up a few this weekend. Thanks for sharing.
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John, what happened to the "BTGG" warning lables? Looks good buddy.
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Looks tasty John, one of my favorite cuts of meat to grill. I usually just use salt and pepper but the worcheshire and garlic sounds good. May need to grill up a few this weekend. Thanks for sharing.
Worcestershire, salt, pepper, and garlic powder is what I've always liked. I used to use regular salt, but I've made the switch to large crystals, sometimes Kosher and sometimes sea salt.

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Man that's some mighty fine looking steaks. YUM
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