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Unread 01-12-2012, 06:12 PM   #1
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Default Oakridge BBQ Santa Maria Steaks

Over the last couple weeks we did two steak cooks using the Oakridge Santa Maria rub. This stuff is outstanding, and in honor of Mike's recent accolades, I finally got new batteries for the camera and decided to post these cooks.

The first night we did ribeyes with cubed and kettle roasted red taters generously coated in EVOO and also dusted with the SM (Y'all gotta try this) served with some grilled baby bellas...













Night two was NY Strips, again with the SM rub served with kettle roasted baby Yukon Golds. Steak and taters!












This one got away from me (I was distracted) and wound up closer to medium, but they were still Goooooooooood!



So, to sum it up, if you haven't tried KCMike's Oakridge BBQ Santa Maria (As well as his other outstanding rubs) you owe it to yourself to at least order a sample pack and see for yourself. You will NOT be disappointed.

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Great stuff Deguerre. I have to agree with you about OAKRIDGE Santa Maria seasoning. The stuff is by far one of the best seasonings I have tried.
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I can't agree with you more.... I keep expecting to find one out of the line up I bought that I don't like..... I haven't found it yet!!!! My next order there is going to be well over another hundred dollars.... I see it coming.
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Here's Mike's thread in the Vendor's forum.

http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...08#post1912708
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Looks Fantastic Guerry!
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I agree:

Mike's rubs are dang good!
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Your steaks are lookin' dang good!
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I love me some Oakridge Santa Maria!!!!!
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Holy Crap, Guerry... those steaks are bigger than your plate! Perfectly cooked, they looked awesome! Thanks for sharing your experiences!
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WOW now I'm hungry that looks great
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Nicely done Guerry...My only issue with Oakridge SM seasoning on steaks, it the amount of sugar. Doesn't look like it holds up well to a really high heat sear, not saying it isn't good, but not sure I like that much char from burnt sugar.
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Those steaks look great! I am going to have tp pick up some Oakridge SM rub.
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Taters look good Guerry!
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Damn Brother!!! You cook a mean farking Steak!!!




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Now that is the way steak & potatoes are meant to be cooked!
How id you go about cooking the taters in that first meal? They look niecly cooked with slightly crisped edges and yet fluffy inside. Please share. Thanks Guerry!
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Now that is the way steak & potatoes are meant to be cooked!
How id you go about cooking the taters in that first meal? They look niecly cooked with slightly crisped edges and yet fluffy inside. Please share. Thanks Guerry!
Thanks Dave! I roasted them indirect in the kettle until they were almost fork tender then put them directly over the fire, stirring occasionally, until done to give them a nice crisp. We have a perforated chafing dish for grilling veggies.
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