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Old Yesterday, 01:41 PM   #16
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We are in. Just got my parents lined up to take care of my daughter.

Tommy wanted to have a team name so we are competing under the name Tommy and Daddy
Steak Team. Should be fun.
I'll see you there.
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That will be a great experience for both of you! Now it is time for practice!
Picked up some steaks from Sam' Club. Going to practice tomorrow night after work. Going to get Tommy to help me tomorrow night too. Should be fun.
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Picked up some steaks from Sam' Club. Going to practice tomorrow night after work. Going to get Tommy to help me tomorrow night too. Should be fun.
What are you going to use for a grill? Do you have grill grates?
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What are you going to use for a grill? Do you have grill grates?
I don't have grill grates. I have an old charbroil barrel grill that I just dug out of the junk behind the shed. I rebuilt it. It was never good at anything but high heat. Thats how it got put out there. Its also the reason I resurrected it was because it gets crazy hot. Easily between 600-650 degrees.

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Grill graters don’t cost much and will help a lot with appearance. Either that or use cast iron to get a good sear, and practice nailing a medium steak.

Check out the How To BBQ Right (Malcom Reed) video on cooking an SCA steak.
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Grill graters don’t cost much and will help a lot with appearance. Either that or use cast iron to get a good sear, and practice nailing a medium steak.

Check out the How To BBQ Right (Malcom Reed) video on cooking an SCA steak.
Are grill grates hard to learn to use? If I use cast iron do you mean a cast iron pan or like a universal cast iron grate? Thanks.
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