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Unread 04-24-2013, 06:43 PM   #1
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Default Big Fat Hunk of Steak!

Decided to stray from my usual ribeye and do a large strip tonight:







2.5" thick

To Be Continued.....
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Oh my... I'be seen seeing these to be continued threads around. I don't know if I like them... I hate the suspense man! However I'm looking forward to the outcome.

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Same bat time.........same bat station.........
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I'll take a nice strip over a ribeye any day!!!
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Not me, ribeye all the way, unless...I can have that steak. That is a monster
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i'll take a nice strip over a ribeye any day!!!
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Usually I would need two of the local rib eyes for one strip, but that puppy may be in the three or four range.

Looking forward to this!
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The meat nap:

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I'm afraid I burned it....haven't cut yet, but the discharge tells me a little done for my taste.

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We'll find out in about five mins!
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MEAT!

I'm ready....
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I'm afraid I burned it....haven't cut yet, but the discharge tells me a little done for my taste.

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Not even posting pictures. Horrible. First time I've botched a steak in years. Luckily I have his twin in the Fridge for a retry..
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Not even posting pictures. Horrible. First time I've botched a steak in years. Luckily I have his twin in the Fridge for a retry..
I want to see it!! how bad could it be?
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The juices aren't running clear, I bet it is fine for about half the folks around here. Post man, you can't just tease meat, that ain't right
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