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Old 04-29-2019, 12:02 AM   #1
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Default Cowboys & Indians & Rib-Eye

The Cowboy - a 1.9lb ‘cowboy’ cut rib-eye.

The Indian - a 2.2 lb ‘tomahawk’ cut rib-eye.

Both got a little bit of coarse salt then some Q-Salt before going on a ride on the Santa Maria grill over red hot coals of oak and almond. Both were cooked to medium rare-ish in about 45 minutes. Started low over the coals and moved higher as needed.

Also cooked acorn squash and baked potatoes in the firebox near the embers and sizzled some carrots on a cast iron griddle above them.

The cowboy was served with a bacon, blue cheese, garlic confit butter.

The tomahawk was served with chimichurri.

Both were excellent, the cowboy cut just slightly more tender, maybe...

Baked potato got some of the bacon butter, sour cream and chives. Garlic and and herb feta cheese was crumbled over the squash and carrots. I crumble it right on to and over the carrots on the hot griddle to get a few fried cheese crispies.

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Old 04-29-2019, 05:15 AM   #2
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Drool worthy goodness.
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Old 04-29-2019, 05:52 AM   #3
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Wow.....some serious slabs of meat!

Steaks look great and the plate looks great.

Well done!
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That looks awesome!
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Old 04-29-2019, 07:36 AM   #5
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Just for giggles, at $15.99 lb. how much does that 18" bone cost?
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Mighty fine lookin' steaks there!
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Great loooking cook.
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Looks fantastic!!
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If you made me pick, I’d go cowboy. But you can’t lose either way...nice cook.


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Oh yeah! I do love a perfectly cooked Rib-eye, only thing better is two.
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Good grief! I'm a puddle after looking at all the goodness! Literally started salivating.
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That looks killer, might have to do steaks soon.

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Thank you, all. It is always fun cooking open fire on a Santa Maria grill. I still smell like an oak camp fire today.
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