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Old 06-12-2013, 01:07 PM   #1
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High Temp Steak, Burgers, Tenderloin, & more

This is a high temp steak, burger, grilled tenderloin, and homemade brat cook on the Green Mountain grill.



I added my steak insert to the grill.



Next step was to place the standard grates back on the cooker and then I added my Grill Grates on top of the standard grates.

I fired up the cooker and set the controller to 350 degrees which is all I need for my high temp grilling.



As soon as the cooker got up to 700 degrees which took about 10 minutes, I added the burgers.



By the time my burgers were done of the first side (about 3 minutes), the cooker had reached my target temp of 775 degrees. Again, the controller is set at 350 degrees. My setup allows me to cook at the tip of the flame with my insert.



Next up was two rib-eyes cut about 1-1/2Ē thick.



The rib-eyes cooked about 3 minutes on the first side and then 2 minutes on the second side.



I then did my 2 grilled tenderloins and they took about 2 minutes to get done.

I also cooked 3 homemade brats on the indirect side of the grill. I didnít want to break the skin with the high temps.

The results of the cook.









The burgers as served.



The steak as served.





Now that some good stuff!!

Along with my rotisserie mod, this high temp setup is one of the better modifications I have done to this fine cooker.
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Old 06-13-2013, 03:56 PM   #2
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Dang now..you out did yourself on that one. It all looks great. I am supposed to be eligible for a new gasser this Fathers Day. Green Mtn. sounds a bit pricey. I best get the Wally World brand again..lol.
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Old 06-15-2013, 01:29 PM   #3
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Looks damn good there.
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