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Unread 07-01-2013, 05:13 PM   #31
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How many minutes a side?
I do about 1-1 1/2 minutes per side per inch of thickness. I monitor with my Super Fast Red Thermapen and pull at 120* internal
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Unread 07-01-2013, 05:35 PM   #32
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Unread 07-01-2013, 05:54 PM   #33
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Great looking cook Bluesman. We love steak cooked this way but I have some friends who are still skeptical to try this method. They are missing out big time. Thanks for posting.
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Wow, very informative post. Thanks to all who added their input.
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I do about 1-1 1/2 minutes per side per inch of thickness. I monitor with my Super Fast Red Thermapen and pull at 120* internal
Ok. Tonight's the night. gonna try the caveman style ribeye. Wish me luck.
Oh and I saw a thread here on "chimney" caveman. It has a grate. it has a chimney. How on earth is that caveman? Cavemen didn't have grates and chimneys. Cmon. I think I'm pressing my luck with charcoal. Tim the tool man Taylor would be proud

I'll get pictures if I can, but I'm new so it might take a year or so,,,,
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I don't think you wanna do caveman over charcoal briquettes.
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I don't think you wanna do caveman over charcoal briquettes.
Thanks for the warning.
have NEVER used briquettes Even in a chimney. (yes, I know$$) I aint rich but... I DON'T BBQ every day, and if I learn, I learn properly.


Anyone got a rub? or just plain Lawry's seasoned pepper and a bit of fresh garlic?
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Been meaning to give this a shot - this may inspire me to do so!

Just one single flip? Or do you do it a couple of times so it's a bit more even?
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Been meaning to give this a shot - this may inspire me to do so!

Just one single flip? Or do you do it a couple of times so it's a bit more even?
Dunno my first time... I usually flip my steaks once.let you know how it goes
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Just one single flip? Or do you do it a couple of times so it's a bit more even?
One flip is fine. I usually flip twice to even out the cooking in the center.
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One flip is fine. I usually flip twice to even out the cooking in the center.
I was trying to figure out if it was better with extra flip to ensure a better chance of more of the surface of the steak(s) making contact with the lump.
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probably the best steak i've had in my life.
no ash, no bark no coal.
my Wife likes it medium, so had to put hers back for 5 minutes, mine was done after 10 with coals that weren't ready. Incredible, makes me wonder why we spend so much money.
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New here, never heard of caveman (sheltered life). I'm going to give this a go, anything I need to look out for or do special?
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Am going to try the caveman ASAP!! That looks awesome. Thanks for the pics Bluesman!
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