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Old 08-27-2011, 03:52 PM   #1
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41.6oz top sirloin........

Don't laugh.....heh
I may have gone a tad bit overboard at the meat counter.........(maybe the seasoning too)

Seasoned with olive oil, grill mates rub, and a light coating of garlic and herb marinade. The the rib-eye on the left is 16oz to give proper perspective.

This steak might take awhile to grill. I figured because it's such a big piece of meat, I decided to use extra seasoning because it'll be sliced thin to eat...

The grill is pre-heating now
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Old 08-27-2011, 04:18 PM   #2
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Re: 41.6oz top sirloin........

Awesome. Looks like a great meal or two there. Larry will be happy to see a sirloin.
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Re: 41.6oz top sirloin........

What a light wt!

When will it be done? I'm hungry!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: 41.6oz top sirloin........

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Don't laugh.....heh
I may have gone a tad bit overboard at the meat counter.........(maybe the seasoning too)

Seasoned with olive oil, grill mates rub, and a light coating of garlic and herb marinade. The the rib-eye on the left is 16oz to give proper perspective.

This steak might take awhile to grill. I figured because it's such a big piece of meat, I decided to use extra seasoning because it'll be sliced thin to eat...
The grill is pre-heating now
I would recommend a 'reverse sear' on the sirloin!!!
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Old 08-27-2011, 05:28 PM   #5
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Re: 41.6oz top sirloin........

Well Larry, I did reverse sear a little bit!!!! I went with about 400-450deg direct heat for about 8-9 minutes a side to start. Then dropped the temps to around 300 or so for indirect for about 35 minutes. Side 2 didn't get seared as well as I wanted, so I placed back on direct heat for another 5 at the end to finish things up......the meat came off the fire at precisely 130deg internal. Total grill time was about 55 minutes.....

Now it's resting....it should turn out to be a very nice medium rare!!!!

I'll be slicing it up in a few..............I can't wait to see how it looks on the inside

I'm boozing a bit...expect some late night follow-up pics.......LOL
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Old 08-27-2011, 05:40 PM   #6
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Re: 41.6oz top sirloin........

That sounds like a double reverse sear.
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Re: 41.6oz top sirloin........

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That sounds like a double reverse sear.
No, reverse sear is low first, high second. I don't do reverse sear, grill it on high till it's done. I also pull mine off at 125* tops. That was a mans size peace of dinner. Larry wouldn't know about that! I'm sure he goes petite!
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Re: 41.6oz top sirloin........

I'm not complaining........

Slice and eat as finger food.....melt in your mouth yumminess!! What is surprising to me is how moist the meat is without it filling the place with juice after cutting.
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That sounds like a double reverse sear.
No, reverse sear is low first, high second. I don't do reverse sear, grill it on high till it's done. I also pull mine off at 125* tops. That was a mans size peace of dinner. Larry wouldn't know about that! I'm sure he goes petite!
You're plain ass stupid.
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I'd eat that! Larry, quick get to your computer, Pigs is using it writing stupidity again!
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Re: 41.6oz top sirloin........

Now, now boys, just send it to me and I'll eat it. Do try the real reverse sear sometime, I've had great success. Larry knows about it, but I'm sure Captain Morgan invented it
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