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Old 07-20-2008, 08:19 PM   #1
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Had to try it

With Larry always talking about reverse sear, I decided to give it a try. I was talking to my dentist a few weeks back and he said he had a chef from Peter Lugers in a few days before me. Once they had him gassed, he started talking about how they cook steaks, so I thought it would work perfect with a reverse sear. I marinaded a top round (Yeah, just like Larry) overnight in Balsamic vinegar and salt. Leave it out on the counter foe a few hours before it goes on the grill. He said to bring it to room temp. A lite coating of evoo, garlic powder, onion powder and black pepper on both sides. I put it on the grill in an aliminum pan until it hit 100*. Took it off the grill and let that mother heat up until it hit 700*. Seared it on both sides and off it came. The only problem I had was it was closer to 116* when it came off the first time. I have to work on my timing. All in all it worked pretty good. I'm gonna give this reverse sear a try again the next time I do steaks. Thanks Larry!

Looks like I'm set for lunch for the week.
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Old 07-20-2008, 08:23 PM   #2
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That looks awesome!!! Worked out good I see
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Old 07-20-2008, 08:33 PM   #3
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Looking good. Never done a reverse sear. Gonna have to give it a try.
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Old 07-20-2008, 08:55 PM   #4
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Nick that looks fantastic!
Finney sure came up with a great method!
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Looks mighty good.
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Old 07-21-2008, 09:23 AM   #6
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Looking good Nice. What kind of grill do you have that gets up to 700?
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Looking good Nice. What kind of grill do you have that gets up to 700?
Sounds like (a) gas or (b) ceramic. I'm going with (a).

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Looking good Nice. What kind of grill do you have that gets up to 700?
Sounds like (a) gas or (b) ceramic. I'm going with (a).

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I can't get my Weber Genesis 1000 above about 600*. Of course, it is getting old. I've gotten the BGE up to 700* but it took the hair off my arm that time. I'm going with (b).
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Looking good Nice. What kind of grill do you have that gets up to 700?
Sounds like (a) gas or (b) ceramic. I'm going with (a).

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I can't get my Weber Genesis 1000 above about 600*. Of course, it is getting old. I've gotten the BGE up to 700* but it took the hair off my arm that time. I'm going with (b).
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Give me time to PM Nick and we'll set the stakes.
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Real nice grill, Nick. Sweet gift.

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Very, very nice grill Nick. Uh, what did it cost you in return?
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Very, very nice grill Nick. Uh, what did it cost you in return?
Nothing......I paid it forward!
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