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Unread 01-19-2013, 08:18 PM   #1
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Default Cooked a few Steaks Tonight




Slow cooked them on the smoker over charcoal and mesquite til the internal temp was about 125 degrees and then finished them off and seared them on a hot grill. Absolutely fantastic steaks. Some of the best steak I've ever had.






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Unread 01-19-2013, 08:22 PM   #2
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Good choice. I have a USDA Choice ribeye ready to go on the grill as I type this. I'm not doing a reverse sear, but however you get it done, you got it done.

No sides with mine. I'm going total carnivore tonight. Although, some mac-n-cheese on the side wouldn't suck.

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Love the reverse sear method. Steaks look great mac and cheese good to!
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I've never tried cooking them quite like that, but they look good.
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Those Look Fantastic !!
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I've never tried cooking them quite like that, but they look good.
I normally just cook them quickly on a hot gasser. Thought I'd try something a little different tonight. I'm glad I did.
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Those are some fine looking steaks, nice job
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That is a great looking cook, nice job!
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That looks farkn fantastic!!
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Nicely done with the multiple grill cooks! Looks great.
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Love rib-eye. Them lookin real good!!!!
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I've always wondered what smoked steaks would be like. Time to stop wondering now. Those look awesome!
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On the money there!
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Great job on the steaks! A reverse sear with mesquite is always worth the effort in my opinion. BTW, you wouldn't happen to have a cousin in Milwaukee named Mike would ya?
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I want some of that,looks nice.
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