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Tonight's Meal - Smoked, Reverse Seared Steak

post #1 of 18
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I was craving some steak so I figured I should involve my smoker  thumb1.gif

 

 

 

Here were the chosen candidates.

 

 

 

I gave them a little fresh ground sea salt.

 

 

 

& into the MES they went to soak up some smoke..

 

 

Updates to follow...

post #2 of 18
Wow, you eat like a king.
post #3 of 18
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When the steaks were getting close to being done smoking I fired up the charcoal chimney & got the grill going. I raised the charcoal up so that it was right under the grates to get them as hot as possible. Once the steaks got to 105* I pulled them from the smoker & put them on the grill.

 

 

Here they are on the grill for a  quick sear on each side.

 

 

 

Off & taking a little rest.

 

While they were waiting I mashed some potatoes I had boiled.

 

 

 

Time to eat!  drool.gif  I cut the piece out of the first steak to show you the perfect color but somehow it was incredibly blurry  confused.gif

 

 

 

Very juicy! These steaks had a great flavor & were very tender - they never stood a chance once I tasted the first bite!  drool.gif  32.gif  drool.gif

post #4 of 18
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Wow, you eat like a king.

 

I like good food  biggrin.gif  It's worth it to me to get stuff I really enjoy eating  th_dunno-1[1].gif

post #5 of 18
I have to learn from you.
post #6 of 18

MMM!!! Smoked & seared over charcoal, or mesquite lump...that's got to be our favorite way to cook and eat smaller cuts of any kind, I think. It's the best of both worlds, IMHO. And a meat & smashed taters meal? I'm all over that!!! Looks like a winner dinner!!!

 

Thanks for the reminder (I don't seem to do this often enough lately, but I'm getting better).

 

 

Eric

post #7 of 18

Looks good as always B! Beautiful color on the finished sear!!! 

post #8 of 18
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I have to learn from you.

 

What would you like to learn?

post #9 of 18
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Originally Posted by forluvofsmoke View Post

MMM!!! Smoked & seared over charcoal, or mesquite lump...that's got to be our favorite way to cook and eat smaller cuts of any kind, I think. It's the best of both worlds, IMHO. And a meat & smashed taters meal? I'm all over that!!! Looks like a winner dinner!!!

 

Thanks for the reminder (I don't seem to do this often enough lately, but I'm getting better).

 

 

Eric

 

Thanks Eric  biggrin.gif  & I agree with you - it is the best of both worlds & some mighty good eating!  beercheer.gif

post #10 of 18
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What would you like to learn?

 

 

How to cook great looking meals.

post #11 of 18
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Looks good as always B! Beautiful color on the finished sear!!! 

 

Thanks Mike  biggrin.gif  They were some fine eating steaks!  drool.gif

post #12 of 18

Great looking steaks for sure! 

post #13 of 18

Looks really Tasty Jeremy! drool.gif

 

Now if you had a Mini-WSM you'd have a one stop smoker, searing machine! Love doing the reverse sear on the mini!

post #14 of 18
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Originally Posted by SmokinHusker View Post

Great looking steaks for sure! 

 

Thanks Alesia  biggrin.gif

 

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Originally Posted by dirtsailor2003 View Post

Looks really Tasty Jeremy! drool.gif

 

Now if you had a Mini-WSM you'd have a one stop smoker, searing machine! Love doing the reverse sear on the mini!

 

Thanks Case  biggrin.gif  I've been keeping my eye on CL for a Smokey Joe...

post #15 of 18

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Originally Posted by dirtsailor2003 View Post

Looks really Tasty Jeremy! drool.gif

 

Now if you had a Mini-WSM you'd have a one stop smoker, searing machine! Love doing the reverse sear on the mini!

 

Thanks Case  biggrin.gif  I've been keeping my eye on CL for a Smokey Joe...

 

 

goodluck.gif.....thankfully your on the other side of the country B.... ol' Case here snatches everything up to quick up in his corner! icon_biggrin.gif

post #16 of 18
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Thanks Alesia  biggrin.gif

 

 

Thanks Case  biggrin.gif  I've been keeping my eye on CL for a Smokey Joe...

This is the best time of the year to snag them! Boats too just in case you need three or four of those biggrin.gif

post #17 of 18
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This is the best time of the year to snag them! Boats too just in case you need three or four of those biggrin.gif

 

A silver will work fine for a mini won't it?

post #18 of 18
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A silver will work fine for a mini won't it?

Certainly will! Both of mine are silvers. I did add side vents though. But even without the vents it will work. Look at my $5 Craigslist thread. That'll get you started. I would cut the full bottom out of the tamale pot and not bother with drilling a billion holes!
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