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Old 09-13-2019, 08:13 PM   #1
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Default Grill grate steaks on a Friday

Starting to get the hang of timing using grill grates on steaks. Basic grocery store 1.5” grass fed NY Strip. Seasoned with Cosmos Cow Cover. This is a good rub.

Cooked 3.20 minutes per side at 550 on the dome temp using grill grates. Still prefer a reverse sear but this works. A little past medium rare.

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Old 09-13-2019, 08:15 PM   #2
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Dang it. Once I got to the middle it was more Pittsburgh rare. I prefer stem to stern medium rare you get from reverse sear. When I reverse sear steaks with grill grates, I like to flip them over for the sear and use like a griddle. Still within the learning curve.

Oh, but the Cow Cover Rub. Really good stuff. And this is coming from a guy who prefers nothing other than coarse sea salt on steaks. This is tasty stuff. Deep flavor. Highly recommended
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The flavor from the rub was incredible. Very deep but still balanced. Very impressed. Pittsburgh rare used to be how I ate steaks so it was all good. Next time reverse sear. Just a better way to cook a steak in my opinion
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Nice!! Did 2 ribeyes myself this evening but flipped the greats to the flat side.
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Looks good to me I like my Grill Grates
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