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Old 01-30-2014, 11:02 PM   #1
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Everyone like a good steak. Me I prefer a nice Porterhouse, with butter infused with garlic, and peppercorn glaze.

Only thing is that this time all I had laying around was some New York Strips, and my buddy had some Ribeye (at which I deplore.)

1. You all have seen this before, me little Weber......


2. Heating some charcoal up.


3. Giving the grate a good scrapping, still need to get those Cast Iron Grates.


4. Adding some Cherry Wood to the mix.....


5. Little flare up. I was too busy drinking my beer.


6. Just done.



And that is all there is to it......
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Old 01-31-2014, 03:38 AM   #2
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Bet that was mighty tasty.
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Old 01-31-2014, 06:41 AM   #3
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Nice flesh!!
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Old 01-31-2014, 09:20 AM   #4
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It's early ... I'm thinking steak and eggs, looks good Max!
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Old 01-31-2014, 01:11 PM   #5
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Nice!!! I think you are the first meat eater I have heard say that they didn't like rib eyes!
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Old 02-01-2014, 01:00 AM   #6
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Can't stand them, too much bullshit fat the deal with. Yes and I know before anyone says fat is flavor. I can not eat it however, and I do not like messing around with it.
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Dayum, Now I have to go find a steak to cook for dinner today.
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Old 02-01-2014, 03:54 PM   #8
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Nice job max! I too like a good strip steak.
U ever try to presakt them for a hour ahead to time?
Takes them up a level
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Dittos on not being a big fan of Ribeyes. Too much bs fat on there for me too. I cant stand the way it tries to uncoil itself. I will take a strip or a good T bone any old day. I got broke from Porterhouses. There is only about 4 available on a normal cow. Two of those are guaranteed tough because they have a hidden blood vessel with runs through the Strip side. High grade T Bones are a much better choice.
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Dittos on not being a big fan of Ribeyes. Too much bs fat on there for me too. I cant stand the way it tries to uncoil itself. I will take a strip or a good T bone any old day. I got broke from Porterhouses. There is only about 4 available on a normal cow. Two of those are guaranteed tough because they have a hidden blood vessel with runs through the Strip side. High grade T Bones are a much better choice.
The store by me has loins on sale 2 x a year for $4 lb.
I pick up 2 and have them sliced up 1-1/4", vacuum seal and I'm good to go.
Ny steak is $8 a lb now..
Steak tastes better half off.
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Yes, true, but any steak is a good steak! If I have to pay out the ass for something, it's goona be what i want and on my terms....
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Ribeyes are one of my favorite cuts. I don't mind the fat, in fact my dogs are big fans of it. But I'm not too picky, I'll even eat a sirloin.
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I agree with boozer, Ribeyes are one of my favorite cuts. I'm a fry it in lard fat is flavor guy.
I prefer a nice cut of t bone but don't mind a sirloin if cooked right.
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Everyone has different tastes, can't help it y-alls taste buds are off.
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The store by me has loins on sale 2 x a year for $4 lb.
I pick up 2 and have them sliced up 1-1/4", vacuum seal and I'm good to go.
Ny steak is $8 a lb now..
Steak tastes better half off.
Right on the loins. Used to love it when Winn Dixie put them on for 2.99 in the choice grade. Sure do miss those stores.
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