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Old 04-16-2008, 09:30 AM   #1
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Default I get to cook on an egg!

Its not mine but my mother in law's fiance' got a medium this week after asking me what smoker / grill would be best. I'm just pissed he got one before me. I'll have one of my own in short order.

Anyhow he hasn't cooked on it yet and wants me to show him how to cook a real good steak. I cooked him a 1 1/2 in thick T-bone last weekend and he said it was the best steak he ever had. Got 4 1 1/2 thick ribeyes to wow him with on his own grill. I'll post some pics after the weekend.
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Old 04-16-2008, 03:29 PM   #2
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Toss a butt on it and show him the fine art of smoking meat while smoking cigars!!!!
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Old 04-16-2008, 04:08 PM   #3
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I had 4 huge ribeyes last weekend. The four barely fit on my large. Depending on size you may be cooking 2 shifts. If it's a new egg, you may not want to get it up too hot for the first cook. I seared the steaks at 650, then shut it down and let them roast. 650 may damage the gasket on the first cook so I'm told. Mine had about 12 hours of low 'n slow cooking before I went near nukuler (George Bush Mod) for the steaks.
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