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Unread 10-05-2008, 08:08 PM   #1
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Default **Buffalo T-Bone Steaks on the Egg**

Fired up the Egg today, started out indirect and tossed a dozen Chicken thighs on platesetter legs up/drip pan BGE lump and a couple Apple splits for smoke, @375* for 35 minutes, then into a foil pan a la Jumpin' Jim then into the oven.

Pulled the platesetter and tossed a couple Oak Wine Barrel splits on and raised the temp to @ 450* and grilled two 1lb. Buffalo T-Bone steaks one with Montreal Steak and the other Johnny's Seasoning.





While the steaks were resting I put the thighs back on to firm up.

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Looks good, how are Buffalo steaks, taste wise? There is butcher shop here that carries them.
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I've heard buffalo is fantastic tasting. A rancher in our area raises them and sells them to a steak house. I've seen frozen steak, but I remember it was a bit pricey. Looking dang good there!!
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Fired up the Egg today, started out indirect and tossed a dozen Chicken thighs on platesetter legs up/drip pan BGE lump and a couple Apple splits for smoke, @375* for 35 minutes, then into a foil pan a la Jumpin' Jim then into the oven.

Pulled the platesetter and tossed a couple Oak Wine Barrel splits on and raised the temp to @ 450* and grilled two 1lb. Buffalo T-Bone steaks one with Montreal Steak and the other Johnny's Seasoning.





I can tell from the juice on the plate....the Bison was cooked just right.
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Default **Bison?-Buffalo?**

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I can tell from the juice on the plate....the Bison was cooked just right.
I took them to @ 145* and they looked rare, but they were great! Mild taste, no complaints. They were labled as "American Buffalo" from Fred Meyer (Kroger). I've noticed some grocers selling Bison and others Buffalo, is there a difference or is it just branding? The last couple weeks its been advertised heavily, and not always available year 'round.
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Yeah, you can tell by the color of the juice its perfectly cooked. Looks great
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Bison=American Buffalo
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Brian, man that looks perfect! I see Bison at my store at the butcher counter all the time, and always wondered... i think i may have to try it after seeing your pron!.. thighs look great too!!
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Nice Brian, never had buffalo steaks before...how was the wine barrel wood? Does it impart a flavor?
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I took them to @ 145* and they looked rare, but they were great! Mild taste, no complaints. They were labled as "American Buffalo" from Fred Meyer (Kroger). I've noticed some grocers selling Bison and others Buffalo, is there a difference or is it just branding? The last couple weeks its been advertised heavily, and not always available year 'round.



Buffalo are technically “bison” and their common name is either American Buffalo or just buffalo. For the most part, marketing does play a big part but most of the time either name is interchangeable.

The animal and meat both is pretty popular around here, (we even have one on the state flag) and there are a number of buffalo ranches. About 50% of the time you will see it called bison until you get close to Cody (named for "Buffalo Bill" Cody), then it's all buffalo. They are almost a pest in Yellowstone, causing traffic jams and problems brew when they decide to cross over into Montana.




I eat more burger than anything, it's really healthy and delicious.
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Buffalo burgers are fantastic. The meat tastes...sweet...that's a weird word to describe meat, but that's the first word after delicious that came to my mind.
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Think this is just went to the top of my to do list, get some bison or buffalo steaks.
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Nice job on the buffalo steaks, they look great!
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Hmmm might have to try some. Do they have a cut equal to a Brisket?
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