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smoking a couple of porterhouse steaks

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I haven't tried to smoke a steak yet....Any suggestions. I bought some Jack Daniel wood chips that I would like to use but not sure on how long I should smoke them. We like them medium and since I am using a flavor chip, should I put anything besides some salt and pepper on the steaks. Thanks!

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Hi there! Your food sounds fabulous!

 

I smoked Bison steaks some weeks back (and I posted in the game meat section) and they were terrific except I love mine so rare and actually COLD in the middle, and they leaned a bit more toward medium rare, and so smoking probably will yield what you prefer.

 

Enjoy it! It sounds delicious!!! Cheers! - Leah

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What kind of smoker are you using? If it was me I'd do a low temp smoke until they hit an IT of 140* then sear them off on the grill to get you to your medium doneness. I usually prefer to keep my steaks simple and use salt, pepper, and garlic.
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It is an electric smoker. I might just end up putting on grill. Supposed to be in the 40's today so I guess I can cook out!!

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What kind of smoker are you using? If it was me I'd do a low temp smoke until they hit an IT of 140* then sear them off on the grill to get you to your medium doneness. I usually prefer to keep my steaks simple and use salt, pepper, and garlic.

yeahthat.gif Also this is called reverse sear you can look up a lot of them under the beef forums and down to the grilling tab I like this one a lot

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/140575/reds-reverse-sear-ribeyes-1st-on-the-new-pellet-pit you can do the same on electric

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