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Old 06-30-2016, 03:58 PM   #1
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This was from the other night. NY sirloin seasoned with Carne Crosta. Love the flavor profile of this seasoning and the coffee aroma releases well with the high heat cooking.


Look at all the juice!


If you haven't tried Carne Crosta, you should. Thanks for looking.
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Old 06-30-2016, 04:13 PM   #2
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Old 06-30-2016, 04:17 PM   #3
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I've seen a couple people dislike the gritty texture of the Carne Crosta. Must be the coffee that adds the gritty texture.

But man I love the flavor that comes from it. Any kind of beef! I wonder what a Carne Crosta Rubbed Brisket would taste like..... Hmmmm Might have to try it!
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It really is fantastic on steaks.
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But man I love the flavor that comes from it. Any kind of beef! I wonder what a Carne Crosta Rubbed Brisket would taste like..... Hmmmm Might have to try it!
That's a great idea! And I have a Prime brisket in the freezer, too...
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Old 06-30-2016, 04:59 PM   #7
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Awesome....

The high heat is essential for this rub. The heat with the oils really work magic on the coffee and form a solid surface crust. I personally have never experienced anything gritty.
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Perfect steak right there! Need some mashed potatoes to soak up all that juice
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^^^^^ and some garlic bread. Steak looks perfectly cooked as well
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That is a great looking steak!

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That's a great idea! And I have a Prime brisket in the freezer, too...
Great minds thinking alike, my next brisky will be S&P plus heavy Carne Crosta
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Great minds thinking alike, my next brisky will be S&P plus heavy Carne Crosta
I'm going to smoke a couple of smaller Chuckies next week, I think I'll give the S/P&CC a try on one of the two and see how it works out.
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Great minds thinking alike, my next brisky will be S&P plus heavy Carne Crosta
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I'm going to smoke a couple of smaller Chuckies next week, I think I'll give the S/P&CC a try on one of the two and see how it works out.
Let us know how it works out!
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Have not tried it,but now I will.Nice looking cook.
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Awesome....

The high heat is essential for this rub. The heat with the oils really work magic on the coffee and form a solid surface crust. I personally have never experienced anything gritty.
This! One time I didn't get a good sear (stove top) and some of the coffee grinds didn't crust over. This stuff is magical when you get that sear right!
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I just so happen to have some Carne Crosta on a couple of steaks that'll hit the grill in about 20 mins. It came as part of a sample pack and I've never tried it yet. Wish me luck.
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