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Unread 02-25-2013, 10:22 PM   #46
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Thanks for all the replies! My internet has been out. To much Rain!

I tried the kosher salt and pepper. It was really good. Trying different things to get my better half away from Dale's steak sauce.

I like T-bones but would rather have a Ribeye.

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Unread 02-25-2013, 10:42 PM   #47
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Taste bud transplant!
I either salt my steaks before cooking or just cook 'em and hit them with some sea salt when they come off the grill and add a scoop of Roasted Garlic and Rosemary compound butter. I guess I'm weird like my steaks to taste like steak.
I am with you. I add a little olive oil and rub with sea salt. Bung them on to a hot grill - half a turn around 90 seconds. Flip at about 3.5 minutes. Another half a return once the grill marking showing and pull off medium rare. Of course all times subject to thickness of steak.. My butcher packs me 300g rib eye steaks.
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I like to taste the steak too. Just trying something different that the better half will like.
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Goya Adobo-sprinkled med/light and even. Right amount of salt, plus some other stuff that goes really well on all meats. It's pretty much my "go-to" while I perfect my own steak rub recipe.
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I love to season my steaks with salt, pepper, granulated garlic, and granulated onion. It is just enough seasoning so that you taste the steak as well as the seasoning.
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I'd recommend simply marvelous peppered cow, it's good stuff. No shame in using some store bought like Montreal, though. I like it....




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Bought some T-bones today. Want to try some different seasoning. I'm tired of Dale's. Tried Sea Salt and Ground black pepper last time. Didn't have a good taste. Any Suggestions?
I hate to say it, but sounds like you just don't like steak. anything beyond salt and pepper is too much of a mask IMO.

Montreal seasoning is fantastic, so is Cavenders, but those are basically salt, pepper and garlic (the holy trinity) seasonings.
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John Henry's Mojave Garlic is real good on steaks too



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I like this stuff a lot on steak.
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Since no one else has brought it up, I'll suggest Todd's Dirt.

Oh, and Southern Flavor is good too.

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I have found for my tastes its sea salt, black pepper and EVOO. I've tried Montreal and it's too salty for me. YMMV
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OK. First and foremost, I'll agree with the guys that just like salt and pepper.

HOWEVER, I have recently fallen in love with Sureshot Sid's Gunpowder seasoning.

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http://sureshotsids.com/products-page/seasoning
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Any Creole Seasoning is good on steak.
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Don't hate on the $ tree. I love this stuff on steaks. By zesty they mean lemon, so those that like a lemon pepper/seasoned salt blend, this is that flavor.
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Seasoning salt and cracked black pepper for me and sometimes montreal steak seasoning
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