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Old 12-22-2006, 07:34 AM   #1
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Bold Chuck eyes n Citrus Shrimp

29 degrees outside last night, so well, why not grill?

Nice chuck eyes with WRB, n shrimp coated with the WRC prototype.




Steaks were awesome as always with Bold.



The citrus rub, I've already talked to Larry about what I'd like to see more of , but it's still great like this on shrimp. Nice and "Cajun'y"

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sweet! I put Rev Marvin on my tots.
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That looks great. I've got to find me some of those Chuck Eye's, they look like a small Rib Eye - Terrific.
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Great looking grub Scotty!!!
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Old 12-22-2006, 10:21 AM   #5
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Looking real good Scotty.
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Looks good Scotty.
I have 2 chuck eyes in the fridge ready to go.
Did you marinate or just rubbed and grilled?
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Looks good Scotty.
I have 2 chuck eyes in the fridge ready to go.
Did you marinate or just rubbed and grilled?
Puff I think he rubs them w/Bold liberally and refridgerates for about an hour, then sprinkles again. I could be wrong, but I think that's what he does!
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Looks good Scotty.
I have 2 chuck eyes in the fridge ready to go.
Did you marinate or just rubbed and grilled?
Puff I think he rubs them w/Bold liberally and refridgerates for about an hour, then sprinkles again. I could be wrong, but I think that's what he does!
Thanks, this is the first time I've tried these
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Looks good Scotty.
I have 2 chuck eyes in the fridge ready to go.
Did you marinate or just rubbed and grilled?
Puff I think he rubs them w/Bold liberally and refridgerates for about an hour, then sprinkles again. I could be wrong, but I think that's what he does!
Thanks, this is the first time I've tried these
Tried what, the bold on steak or the chuck eyes??
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Looks good Scotty.
I have 2 chuck eyes in the fridge ready to go.
Did you marinate or just rubbed and grilled?
Puff I think he rubs them w/Bold liberally and refridgerates for about an hour, then sprinkles again. I could be wrong, but I think that's what he does!
Thanks, this is the first time I've tried these
You're gonna love them! Just imagine eating a ribeye that cost 50% less!
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Looks good Scotty.
I have 2 chuck eyes in the fridge ready to go.
Did you marinate or just rubbed and grilled?
Puff I think he rubs them w/Bold liberally and refridgerates for about an hour, then sprinkles again. I could be wrong, but I think that's what he does!
Thanks, this is the first time I've tried these
Tried what, the bold on steak or the chuck eyes??
The eyes
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Looks good Scotty.
I have 2 chuck eyes in the fridge ready to go.
Did you marinate or just rubbed and grilled?
Puff I think he rubs them w/Bold liberally and refridgerates for about an hour, then sprinkles again. I could be wrong, but I think that's what he does!
Thanks, this is the first time I've tried these
Tried what, the bold on steak or the chuck eyes??
The eyes
Got it......cause I was gonna say, who HASN'T had WR Bold on their steak? psht....
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What Larry said. rubbed, rested, sprinkled.
Anytime I'm grilling something, I throw some wood in too. Apple this time.
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What Larry said. rubbed, rested, sprinkled.
Anytime I'm grilling something, I throw some wood in too. Apple this time.
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Looks good Scotty. I still have to try my wolfe rub proto type. Would you recomend it on fish or chicken?
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Looks good Scotty. I still have to try my wolfe rub proto type. Would you recomend it on fish or chicken?
If you got the beta, .... it would be good on either. Go easy on it with the fish. The subtle flavor of the meat will make the heat really come out. But if you're like me That's a good thing.

Seems like every day Larry is taking in feedback and changing things around, so it's hard to say how to do what on what ...when we don't know what the final what is. Ya know?

But the one I got was awesome on the shrimp! Just to my liking. It just needed a little more citrus kick for a "citrus" rub. But like I said, Larry's already on the job...no don't fret!
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