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Old 02-05-2013, 10:38 PM   #20
Bluesman
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Originally Posted by rwalters View Post
Do you take the surface temp of your Grillgrates before throwing down your steaks? Doing some reading earlier today at Grillgrates.com, they recommend not exceeding 650 degrees at grate level... they claim you'll get char marks, not sear marks. Just wondering... I've been wanting to push past the 700 degree mark, but don't want to ruin good steak!
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