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Old 05-17-2005, 05:11 PM   #1
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Strip Steak and Filet for Dinner (Pics)

Did another strip steak tonight...honing my skills for a redemption cook this coming Monday!

The strip was 1 1/2" thick and the filet was 11oz. My wife requested the munster cheese stuffed filet which is pictured and I did mine to mid-rare...I will probably keep the strip on for another 2 minutes as my guest likes more towards medium than mid rare. Mine was very good and I am happy with how my skills are progressing with the Silver B.

My staek was rubbed down with "WolfeRub"...I will review that in the products thread. Here are the pics...

Click here and choose the "Strip and Filet Grill"
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Old 05-17-2005, 05:46 PM   #2
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Bad link Greg.
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Bad link Greg.
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He must be heavy into the Maker's Mark by now.
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Give it a try now...it works for me>>>
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After a little editing it works!
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They do work now. And look good.
Tell your wife to put a small amount of Blue Cheese or Roquefort on top of her fillet next time. Yummy.
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I like that juicy MR one.
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They do work now. And look good.
Tell your wife to put a small amount of Blue Cheese or Roquefort on top of her fillet next time. Yummy.
She did say that Blue Cheese would have been better!!
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Greg the strip was cooked to my liking for sure!! Man that looked great!
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They do work now. And look good.
Tell your wife to put a small amount of Blue Cheese or Roquefort on top of her fillet next time. Yummy.
She did say that Blue Cheese would have been better!! [/quote:3o77xfcb]
Try the Roquefort also... Very similar to Blue (but different). It's a French goats milk cheese.
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Great looking steak Greg! All the pics looked great! Hey Larry........wheres my rub?????
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Gotta say ..that steak was perfect to me...I might go a minute more next time, but not much longer than that.
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Those steaks look great Greg, nics pics too!
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