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Unread 09-13-2010, 12:24 PM   #1
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Default Searing on hot bricks

Last night, as an experiment I took a tri-tip roast and seared it directly on the brick floor of my wfo. After searing all sides I pulled it off to the front into the cool zone and waited for it to reach ideal internal temp.
And while the tri-tip was resting in foil for the next few minutes I cleared out the black 'stain' left on the oven floor by raking hot coals over it for a few minutes and after that cooked a pizza. Overall, the whole meal came out great. :D
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Unread 09-13-2010, 12:29 PM   #2
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Oh man...Does that look good! Tri-tip AND a pizza. Great pics too.
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they both look fantastic
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I'd hit both. Nice oven too!!!
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That oven is awesome! Great job!
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Those look delicious. Have you posted pics of that oven somewhere if not could you I'm very interested in building one. Thanks
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Awesome! I saw Alton do it once straight on the coals after blowing them off with a hair dryer. This is wayyyyy more cool. Love the oven.
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Last night, as an experiment I took a tri-tip roast and seared it directly on the brick floor of my wfo. After searing all sides I pulled it off to the front into the cool zone and waited for it to reach ideal internal temp.
And while the tri-tip was resting in foil for the next few minutes I cleared out the black 'stain' left on the oven floor by raking hot coals over it for a few minutes and after that cooked a pizza. Overall, the whole meal came out great. :D
Tri tip and pizza??? Is this heaven?? :-)
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Wow. Amazing...pizza and tri-tip...what more could one want?
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Wow. Amazing...pizza and tri-tip...what more could one want?
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