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Old 08-17-2019, 06:45 PM   #1
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Default T-Bone Steak Reverse Seared on the Goldens'

I had picked these up a day or two ago with a weekend dinner in mind. Sako's recent awesome steak post prompted me to grill these today. The pics aren't anywhere near the quality in his post and the meat is only a Choice cut, but it all comes down to how it's prepared and cooked. So here goes.

These were marked as USDA Choice Beef Loin T-Bone Steaks. They looked decent, nice thickness and were a good candidate for dinner -



Seasoned with EVOO, pepper and OakRidge BBQ Santa Maria -



The Goldens' was set up for two zone grilling with the divider plate in place, but the potatoes get a head start -



After a few minutes on the indirect side, they're moved over the direct coals for a reverse sear -





Resting and looking good -



Perfection -





Plated with the potatoes and some oven roasted cauliflower -



A great weekend dinner. Thanks for reading this post.

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Old 08-17-2019, 06:49 PM   #2
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That plate works for me.
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Great job on the steaks!!
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Yum! Looks delicious, Dom!
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Killer!! Sure wish Golden’s made a larger cooker for big families!
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Killer!! Sure wish Golden’s made a larger cooker for big families!
A year or two ago they were showing "Big George" on some of their sites. 855 sq in of cooking area. Perhaps it was a one off, maybe they decided not to introduce it. A call to Goldens' might be worth the ask, though I don't see it on their website.

A Google search turns up some pictures of it on Pinterest and Facebook. I can't seem to post a link to either.
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Default Leftovers become Tapas Tacos

With one of these steaks sitting in the fridge as leftovers it was the last day to either toss it or do something with it. I decided to do something with it. I wasn't intending on posting this as I thought it was a stupid idea, but sometimes stupid turns out ok. I figured why not make Tapa Tacos? The Mrs wasn't in the mood for dinner so this was an experiment just for me.

I picked up some street tortillas (4-5" size) and a bbq sauce I've never used before at Walmart while running an errand -



I sliced the steak very thin and of course, out onto the Blackstone it went. The roasted cauliflower also went onto the griddle along with the street tortillas -



The steak took on a nice caramelization with the bbq sauce. The cauliflower did too although it essentially just had to reheat -



Yeah, cauliflower is sort of an odd topping for a taco, but it worked out ok. Would I serve this to guests? Probably not. Would I serve it to me? Why not? It was great the first time, it should be just as good this time in a slightly different presentation.





Sure it would have been nice to have additional Tapas Taco toppings, but this was a quick and easy meal and a means to make use of leftovers.

Thanks for checking in on some craziness on the Blackstone!

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I like that Santa Maria rub
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