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Steak recipes...esp. BBQ

Every fall I purchase a half of beef from from a local rancher (you cannot begin to imagine the difference in taste from store bought...,) and tonight, I burned my last steak

As of yesterday, my latest half is "hanging" and I thought I might look for some new grilling ideas.

Please include spices and grilling time/temps where applicable...

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Re: Steak recipes...esp. BBQ

Buy a thermometer. When it hits 135 (med rare) you're good to go.

Most people wayyyyy overcook meat.

I use all sorts of marinades, but the common element is garlic, and lots of it.




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Re: Steak recipes...esp. BBQ

garlic mmmm. Throw out some suggestions on how you use garlic As an aside I rarely overcook steak I'm kinda particular that way.

I might add that I ordered all prime cuts at 1-1/2 thickness minimum.

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Re: Steak recipes...esp. BBQ

One should never marinate a steak...

Maybe a flank, or a broil....but never a steak...

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One should never marinate a steak...

Maybe a flank, or a broil....but never a steak...
True that... cook on high.. flip once and remove

Dont leave it on there till it looks like its done b/c by that point its to late and you have a peice of leather and not a steak. Take the thing off when it looks like its 3/4 where you want it
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One should never marinate a steak...

Maybe a flank, or a broil....but never a steak...
I guess you don't like to dip your steak in ketchup, either, huh?
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I guess you don't like to dip your steak in ketchup, either, huh?
A1 yes... ketchup is for hamburgers
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Re: Steak recipes...esp. BBQ

Cooking a good steak is really easy, that's why it gets phugged up so often...

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Re: Steak recipes...esp. BBQ

All this talk of steak has me wanting a nice tender peice of filet
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Re: Steak recipes...esp. BBQ

Filet is nice once in awhile...but a man's steak is a Strip....

Methinks this thread has enormous potential to become every bit as incendiary as an oil or damper thread....

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Methinks this thread has enormous potential to become every bit as incendiary as an oil or damper thread....
Methinks the same thing.

The *real* man's steak is the ribeye, and there is NO arguing that point! A dash of salt and black pepper, scorch that baby in a roaring flame for a minute on each side to get it "black and blue"...mmmmmm, lip-smackin' good!
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Methinks the same thing.

The *real* man's steak is the ribeye, and there is NO arguing that point! A dash of salt and black pepper, scorch that baby in a roaring flame for a minute on each side to get it "black and blue"...mmmmmm, lip-smackin' good!
I have to agree with bake. I'll take a good old strip any day
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I always get a lot of compliments on my steaks. All I do is shake a bit of Lawry's Season Salt on them a slap them on the grill. Cooking steak the right amount is more art than science.

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Methinks the same thing.

The *real* man's steak is the ribeye, and there is NO arguing that point! A dash of salt and black pepper, scorch that baby in a roaring flame for a minute on each side to get it "black and blue"...mmmmmm, lip-smackin' good!

I'm going to have to agree with Pete on this one. The ribeye is the only way to go. Red juicey meat surrounded by just enough fat to make it lipsmacking good.

Damn, now I am hungry. There is a place in Forth Worth, Tx that makes a mean steak. It is called Hoffbrau steaks and I think it is located on University near TCU. Great place to go. They also serve bulls chips with this sauce it is great as well. MAn I can't wait to go back there. I think I will be in TX in Nov. Damn I'm hungry.
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Methinks the same thing.

The *real* man's steak is the ribeye, and there is NO arguing that point! A dash of salt and black pepper, scorch that baby in a roaring flame for a minute on each side to get it "black and blue"...mmmmmm, lip-smackin' good!
Are you from France....?

As everyone knows, woman was made from a rib....so unless you are watching your already tattered copy of "The Crying Game" after dinner, then that leaves the strip as the manly choice....

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