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Cast Iron Seared Ribeye with Parm crusted Zuch(s)

post #1 of 16
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I placed a beautiful ribeye in Dale's for a nice bath while I got a chimney of lump volcano hot, then threw it all in the kettle (steak indirect) With a piece of Oak. Meanwhile, I got a cast iron skillet rocket hot direct, added a sliver of garlic herb butter then seared the steak. Flipped it and moved the pan indirect until the Thermapen read 135*F. We plated the steak with a pat of the herb butter and some of SWMBO's Parmesan Crusted Pan Fried Zucchini. Served the meal with a Lazy Magnolia Southern Pecan Ale.





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Edited by Bama BBQ - 10/25/13 at 6:17pm
post #2 of 16

:drool:

Looks GREAT!

I bet it taste out of this world. Rib-eye is my favorite.

Happy smoken.

David

post #3 of 16
Looking good
post #4 of 16

Wow that looks good. I love the flavor of grizzle off a rib eye! SOO good.

post #5 of 16
Wowsers!!!! Nice work!!
post #6 of 16

Looks great!  Kudos!

 

To engage in a bit of blasphemy?

 

Especially seeing cast iron?

 

I still occasionally enjoy a steak or a hamburger out of a plain old cast iron skillet.

 

To complete the old memories from childhood?  I would need to add a good amount of lard!

 

Open windows help.  Nobody seems to like the smell of lard any more.

 

I remember when the smell of lard meant dinner was coming!

 

Good luck and good smoking.

post #7 of 16
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Looks great!  Kudos!

To engage in a bit of blasphemy?

Especially seeing cast iron?

I still occasionally enjoy a steak or a hamburger out of a plain old cast iron skillet.

To complete the old memories from childhood?  I would need to add a good amount of lard!

Open windows help.  Nobody seems to like the smell of lard any more.

I remember when the smell of lard meant dinner was coming!

Good luck and good smoking.

I use cast iron on the grill routinely. I like grill marks and this is the best way to get one solid crusty "grill mark". ;)
post #8 of 16
Tasty looking steak! Love using the cast iron on the grill!
post #9 of 16

Looks awesome! I love using both my cast iron skillet on the grill and my cast iron Dutch Oven on my grill, then in my smoker. If you sear meat on the grill in the Dutch Oven, then make stew, soups,etc uncovered in the smoker, it can come out great.

post #10 of 16

Fantastic lookin' steak Bama!

 

Thank you for sharing this.

 

Bill

post #11 of 16
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Fantastic lookin' steak Bama!

Thank you for sharing this.

Bill
You back in Germany yet? If not safe travels. If so, go to Woinemer Hausbrauerei in Weinheim for me. I miss that place!
post #12 of 16
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You back in Germany yet? If not safe travels. If so, go to Weinheim Housebroweri for me. I miss that place!

I was supposed to go back next week but I cancelled...too much to do in the U.S. right now.

 

Weinheim...where is that in relation to say Frankfurt?

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I was supposed to go back next week but I cancelled...too much to do in the U.S. right now.

Weinheim...where is that in relation to say Frankfurt?
S of Frankfurt. NE of Mannheim. N of Heidelberg.
post #14 of 16
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Looks awesome! I love using both my cast iron skillet on the grill and my cast iron Dutch Oven on my grill, then in my smoker. If you sear meat on the grill in the Dutch Oven, then make stew, soups,etc uncovered in the smoker, it can come out great.

Been doin it a cpl yrs now.   I have perfected the DO cook from this first post:  http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/125536/first-d-o-pot-roast#post_841425

post #15 of 16

Wish I had seen that first. I just decided I wanted to try it and my first attempt was a Flemish beef, onion and beer stew (Beef Carbonnade). I like the complex flavors caused by the combination of browning over the grill, then slow cooking in teh smoker.

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Wish I had seen that first. I just decided I wanted to try it and my first attempt was a Flemish beef, onion and beer stew (Beef Carbonnade). I like the complex flavors caused by the combination of browning over the grill, then slow cooking in teh smoker.
Sounds fantastic! Let's see some photos and recipe!!!
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