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Unread 09-28-2008, 08:51 PM   #1
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Talking Sunday night cook, ribeye pron!

Went to BJ's on Saturday and found these on sale. So it was beef what was for dinner.


I decided to do them on the brick grill so I fired up the chimney full of Kingsford and at the same time, the wife seasoned the steaks, with black pepper, kosher salt, and garlic powder.





When the coals were ready I poured them and prepared the grill for the rib eyes. Then the steaks went on the grill.



After 3 minutes I moved them in a 45 degree angle, 3 minutes later and I flipped them.




They were just about ready to come off, my dog Leila was hoping a steak would fall


and then the finished product, with blue cheese on top of the steak.




Have to work on the focus on my camera, but either way it was very tasty.
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Unread 09-28-2008, 08:53 PM   #2
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Those steaks look really great. Nice looking grill.
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Thanks Larry, it was my house warming gift.
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nice steaks never tried bluecheese on them
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Steaks look great! Absolutely love blue chees or gorgonzola cheese on my steaks!! Really like the grill too.
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Nice job Max!
love the brick grill... and steaks look great too!
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Thanks, Jesteridge, Pat and Monty.
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Looks great! I bet they tasted as good as the pictures look! I like cooking my steaks the same way; 2 minutes, rotate 45 degrees for 2 more minutes; flip for 2 minutes, then rotate 45 degrees for 2 more minutes. They turn out rare, but that is okay for me and if my wife needs a little bit more, it doesn't take long! Think I learned that in the Weber cookbook?????

Nice job...
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Steak, perfect for every meal! Nice job. Ideas, that's why I like this site so much, ideas!
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Steaks look great, and done just right.
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Quote:
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Looks great! I bet they tasted as good as the pictures look! I like cooking my steaks the same way; 2 minutes, rotate 45 degrees for 2 more minutes; flip for 2 minutes, then rotate 45 degrees for 2 more minutes. They turn out rare, but that is okay for me and if my wife needs a little bit more, it doesn't take long! Think I learned that in the Weber cookbook?????

Nice job...
I don't recall where I pick up the method, but it is almost always consistent. I love my steak rare, and even my wife will now enjoy a rare to medium rare steak. Before she wouldn't eat it if it was pink or as she called bloody. She has come to realize, that it is the best way to enjoy steak. Thanks for sharing.
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That is some Great Looking Grub!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Very nice. Blue Cheese is very good on steak
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Nice cuts. I don't think I'd want to meet that dog in a dark alley.
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nice steaks.
How about a couple more pics of the pit????
Would like to see the whole thing.
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