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Unread 08-23-2009, 02:24 PM   #1
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Default Grill up a 7 bone chuck steak?

On a whim in the supermarket I bought a 7 bone chuck steak.
Should I grill it up like any other steak? Never had one before.
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Unread 08-23-2009, 02:27 PM   #2
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From the sounds of it, they just sliced up a chuck roast to make a steak.

How thick is it? I'd be concerned about tenderness, just grilling it? But it may be two thin to smoke.

How about a picture? I've never seen one.
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Unread 08-23-2009, 03:54 PM   #3
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Here it is:



It's actually pretty thin.
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well that was a damn good peice of meat. Cooked it to 150 internal and it was tender as can be. I'd absolutely buy that again!
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well that was a damn good peice of meat. Cooked it to 150 internal and it was tender as can be. I'd absolutely buy that again!

Grilled or smoked?
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I grilled it over charcoal.
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I grilled it over charcoal.
thats it? come on dude this is the Brethren......

what kind of charcoal? lump? briquettes? any wood for flavor? rub? sauce? cook time/temps?

details baby! we need details!
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Kingsford....no wood, salt and pepper and the meat before it hit the grill.
Enjoyed with corn on the cob, red potatoes, onion& mushroom grilled in foil and some Dennymikes Sweet and spicy bbq sauce that I picked up in Maine drizzled on the meat at the end. (I was hoping the sauce would be spicier but it's pretty good anyway). The whole thing was accompanied by 3 Coors Lights.
An excellent dinner.
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No pics?
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we need finished pics!!!
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next time, squeeze some lime on it before the salt and pepper, and before you start the fire. then grill the heck out of it on high heat!! personally i use Bolner's Fiesta Fajita Seasoning instead of the S&P.
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nah, no pics of the finished product. Should have.
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