Thanks buddy I appreciate it.
They are really unnecessary but I'm a show off. Thank you.
Hey dalton I'm with you. I usually dip the steaks in a olive oil/butter mixtue right before I put them on the grill. I also make a garlic butter to brush on each side while cooking and then a little after they rest. The dip in oil puts a good crust on them. I know all about Tradicianol, I've had many a shot of that one. After tasting 100% Blue Agave Tequila it is impossible to drink mixto in anything but a margarita. The Crown thing I can taste the difference for sure. Thanks for the reply man.
hey stevo... great looking steak. here is a little tip that I have always done on a great steak to give it a little extra, spread a little melted butter mixed with good quality soy sauce on before you sprinkle the spices on it. helps the spices infuse into the meat and adds a great "bark" on top. just food for thought.
on the alchohol issue... here is my 2 cents... if you want to try a tequila that will suprise you, try jose quevro "traditional". 100% agave tequilla and its a resaprado. its well priced and will suprise you. on the whisky issue here is something to try... take a shot of crown and a shot of seagrams 7 both on ice and try and tell the difference. a freind of mine claimed they were made in the same factory with different lables. personally I think he is full of sh!t but had a really hard time telling the difference. seagrams is 1/2 the price!! now for a good scotch try Glenfarclas my buddy and I get each other a bottle every year for christmas, and we enjoy drinking each bottle together.
I appreciate many pleasures!, great smoked meat, a good drink, good steak, Beautiful sunset... all the greats!!
Mark as usual, you sir, are correct!
My cousin worked on Senior's pit crew and for RCR for many years. There is a picture of me somewhere at 3 years old sittin on Dale's lap in the old blue and yellow Wrangler number 3.
Geez 700, that BGE doesn't mess around.
Edited by smokinstevo27 - 12/10/10 at 12:29pm