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Old 10-20-2013, 10:26 PM   #1
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Default Never get tired of a good rib-eye...

The rib-eyes right before they got seasoned with Tatonka Dust.


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Just a hook'n with the E-Z Hooks the rib-eye steaks are about to get a couple hours of cold pecan smoke from a 6" tube before firing up the grill.


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Searing the rib-eyes on GrillGrates.


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Hook'n the shrimp.


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Tatonka Dusted rib-eye, grilled garlic toast and shrimp that were seasoned with Seafood Splash and minced garlic.


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MMmmm so good...



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Old 10-20-2013, 10:28 PM   #2
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tasty looking steak!
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That looks farkin' awesome!
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Just read about the hook. Never heard of it. Worth it? Food looked great
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Old 10-20-2013, 10:31 PM   #5
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Man that looks amazing! I'm gonna have to only get on here before dinner now I'm hungry again...
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Nice looking meal there!
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Ribeyes are my favorite! Nice job!
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a couple hours of cold pecan smoke..... before firing up the grill.
That's awesome. Never heard of doing a steak like this. Thanks man.
Rest assured, I'll be ripping off this idea.
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Just read about the hook. Never heard of it. Worth it?
I am really liking the hook, they don't disturb the rub like a spatula or tongs do and when you get the hang of using it with chicken you don't loose sticking skin to the grill grate like you do with a spatula or tongs... they do really work great! We do also sell them now on our website if you are interested.
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Good job Mossy! Thanks for reminding me, i have ribeyes i need to use up.
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Looks great! We had ribeyes and shrimp as well for dinner (along with roasted spuds, roasted sprouts and steamed green beans.)
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Okay, what is this hook thing? Spit it out. I've seen some hooks, but why not just use tongs?
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Looks like a pig tail. I use them. Very handy.
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Okay, what is this hook thing? Spit it out. I've seen some hooks, but why not just use tongs?
I am really liking the hook, they don't disturb the rub like a spatula or tongs do and when you get the hang of using it with chicken you don't loose sticking skin to the grill grate like you do with a spatula or tongs... they do really work great! We do also sell them now on our website if you are interested.
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Hook? "We do also sell them now on our website if you are interested" I call mine a gaff!
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