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Old 03-23-2014, 06:51 PM   #1
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Default New York Strip Steak - SV style

First time trying the Sous Vide method... so we had 1" New York Strip steaks.


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Seasoned the steaks with Tatonka Dust and vacuumed sealed them.


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Now into the Sous Vide water bath set at 134º for 2 hours.


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Seasoned potatoes and veggies with Big Poppa's Bacon Jallelujah rub.


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Put the potatoes and veggies on the grill, smoking with some oak.


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Steaks getting some sears marks on the GrillGrates.


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Steak plated...


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Here is the money shot... honestly done to perfection for our preference and it was so tender and full of flavor. Will be using the Sous Vide method more often, love it!



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Old 03-23-2014, 06:55 PM   #2
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Looks great! What type of sous vide machine to you have?
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Looks like a Sous Vide Supreme
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Old 03-23-2014, 07:15 PM   #4
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Looks great! What type of sous vide machine to you have?
Thanks Ron! As Dreggs said the Sous Vide Supreme from SAM's Club item #553529. Shopping around we like their price, extendeded warranty available and 90 day money back guarantee with no questions asked in case we didn't feel it was worth it. Wife did a rib roast in it yesterday and it has proven to us in 2 cooks it is worth the coin.
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Old 03-23-2014, 07:21 PM   #5
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doesn't get no better pink color than that except for.... mmm, mouth watering looking meat
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Nice! Looks perfect!
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Marty that looks fantastic!! Well done Sir!
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Great looking steaks Marty!
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I really liked the idea of Sous Vide cooking. I bought an Auber PID, a hot plate, and a fish tank bubbler for less than $200. It does perfect Sous Vide cooking. But, the time required to do it? I did it a handfull of times and now I cook normally again. Don't get me wrong, it has it's purpose. If I am having a party and cooking steaks for everyone, I can throw them in the bath and then sear them individually as each person is ready to eat. But other than that, it is way easier and less time consuming "to me" to cook the old fashion way.
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Nice Will have to check that out
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Looks dang good
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Nice looking steaks.

Buddy of mine built one but I just brought a sous vide controller for my crockpot... we shall see if it works!

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I tried using an old crock pot at first, but it was just too slow of a cooker. Went with an electric hot plate like this:

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Aroma-Sing...HP-303/5871070
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That looks fantastic! Thanks for sharing.
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