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Unread 08-11-2013, 09:08 PM   #1
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Default Porterhouse Feast (Pr0n Heavy)!

Fair warning, I had to grab another beer to just compose this thread...so I recommend you go grab one yourself.

Onto the feast. It's the gf's last night lifeguarding and she's going to a lifeguarding party so I spent the night with my dog and a huge steak. I'm okay with that.

Enough talking, on with the pr0n:

Prior to tonight, I always made "baked" potatoes in the microwave but never again! Here's the chosen Yukon Gold that turned me:


Coated in EVOO and a healthy dosage of salt:


Wrapped and ready for the grill:


My lovely setup. In the last couple of months, my 22.5" has gotten more use as a SJS stand than anything else:


All the essentials:


As I mentioned before, it was just me and the dog (Ralphie). If I treat myself with a huge steak, he at least gets a little something:


Cooking buddy Ralphie sitting politely waiting for his treat (ignore the horrible lawn):


Potato is on the grill:


On to the main event. A 1.37lb porterhouse:


Another view:


Seasoned with my favorite seasoning. Gotta love the creepy dog treat angel in the background:


All seasoned up and ready to go:


The tater is pretty much done:


Let's not forget about Ralphie. How's he doing? Looking good:


Caveman style:


Flipped:


Plated with potato and Caesar salad:


Glamour shots of both the Porterhouse & potato:




Rumor has it the Brethren enjoy a good money shot. Enjoy:








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Unread 08-11-2013, 09:13 PM   #2
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now thats a good looking steak!!!
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I got me a second beer and went through that twice. Looks like you and Ralphie nailed it!
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Damn but that is a nice piece of meat! Love it! Spud looks great too. I turned my wife onto smoked, baked potatoes. We love them. The spuds pick up a real nice smoke flavor. Think smoked potato salad (really good) or smoked mashed potatoes. I run the spuds anywhere from 275-350 depending on what else I am cooking.
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You forgot to cook it........
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Damn but that is a nice piece of meat! Love it! Spud looks great too. I turned my wife onto smoked, baked potatoes. We love them. The spuds pick up a real nice smoke flavor. Think smoked potato salad (really good) or smoked mashed potatoes. I run the spuds anywhere from 275-350 depending on what else I am cooking.
I'm officially sworn off the nuke potatoes. I'm going to start trying them every which way on the grill!
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Great job, looks fantastic, and Ralphie looks to be a good & happy pup!

But what is this "salad" thing you speak of?
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Awesome looking meal! I'd say you nailed it
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Great looking feast!
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Great job, looks fantastic, and Ralphie looks to be a good & happy pup!

But what is this "salad" thing you speak of?
Salad is also known as the transportation device of cheese and creamy dressing
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Great looking meal! I have yet to try caveman style. Soon though, very soon!
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That center cut stuffed femur bone looked delicious too!
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Awesome job on that porterhouse!
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^^^Dam straight, that dog can sell!!^^^
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Great feed mate, nice work
Fine looking mate you have as well
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