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Old 06-13-2008, 05:03 AM   #1
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Coupla Quick Ribeyes

I did a naked sear at 650* on these, then seasoned my wife's with kosher salt and cracked pepper and mine with Wolfe Rub Bold. Sweet potato for me and my daughter and a russett for my wife. Also some frozen COTB and a nice warm yeast roll. Pretty good dinner!

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Old 06-13-2008, 05:34 AM   #2
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Great pics, yummy looking, now I want steak at 6:30 am.
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Larry,

Looks delicious! What is frozen COTB???

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Looks delicious! What is frozen COTB???

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Old 06-13-2008, 06:18 AM   #5
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you didn't grill it frozen did you?
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you didn't grill it frozen did you?
No, it was cooked in water.
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Old 06-13-2008, 07:22 AM   #7
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Well according to your explanation you had

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Not a pretty good dinner Larry, a damn fine dinner I would say.
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Now that is a fine looking steak!
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Good stuff Larry, just the way I like them. Not so sure about the corn on the Bob though.
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Good stuff Larry, just the way I like them. Not so sure about the corn on the Bob though.
This from a guy who has problems remaining upright.
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Well done!!!
Does Bob grumble when you freeze his cob? I can't keep up with the gay shenanigans that go on.
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nice steaks there . would love that right now !
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Outstanding Larry, cooked to perfection! I was going to smoke something on fathers day but have now changed my mind. I think I'll grill up some ribeyes and sweet potatoes. For the taters I'm going to try adding a little brown sugar in with the butter as surfin sapo suggest in one of his vids. Thanks for sharing.
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WOO WOO cRaCkEd pepper!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Was the reverse seared? It looked fantastic!
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Outstanding Larry, cooked to perfection! I was going to smoke something on fathers day but have now changed my mind. I think I'll grill up some ribeyes and sweet potatoes. For the taters I'm going to try adding a little brown sugar in with the butter as surfin sapo suggest in one of his vids. Thanks for sharing.
I sprinkled some WRO in with the butter on those (a first) and it was great! I've done it on grill sweets before, but not baked!


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No, these were too thin and I was in a hurry!
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Very nice meal.

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