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Old 01-06-2013, 10:27 AM   #1
ScreamingChicken
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Join Date: 11-07-09
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Default Buffalo strip steak suggestions

Yesterday I impulse-bought a buffalo (bison) strip steak and it's going on the grill tomorrow. I've never cooked buffalo before and am looking some suggestions from those who have. Some things to keep in mind:

It's natural, hormone and antibiotic-free, farm-raised meat.
I like my beef rare.
I'm a big fan of advance salting and will salt a steak a day or 2 before cooking.

My understanding is that buffalo is similar to very lean beef (the steak is dark red with very little marbling) so I'm thinking of cooking it the way I would a beef strip steak: season today and grill direct on cast iron over a hot lump fire tomorrow. Which I'll probably wind up doing anyway, but I thought it'd be interesting to read others' ideas.

Thanks!
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