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post #21 of 43
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Ok ok without further ado I shall wrap up the meal...

 

 

 

Here is the smoked popcorn - grind a wee bit of smoked salt on it & you have a nice little snack.

 

 

 

 

& finally we have the Cavity King!

 

 

 

 

Mmmm

 

 

 

 

Mmmm

 

 

 

 

Good!

 

 

 

 

This has most of your main dessert staples - chocolate, pretzels, sugar, caramel & peanut butter.

 

 

 

 

Incredibly rich & deeply satisfying the Cavity King makes a worthy ending to this meal...

 

Do yourself a favor & click on that photo up there ^^

 

 

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post #22 of 43
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Do yourself a favor & click on that photo up there ^^

 

 

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Holy cow!!  I'm pretty sure I gained 3 or 4 lbs. just by clicking!!  That looks incredible!

 

Red

post #23 of 43
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Originally Posted by WaterinHoleBrew View Post

Hey SB, man ya been smokin up a storm the last couple days.... Good for you man !! Great lookin steak and all the trimmings. Nice reverse sear, I love reverse sear !! Never heard of reverse sear til this forum, (I think it was one of Red's posts) !! Funny quick story, after that post I read, a few days later I told the wife, lets have a steak tonite (it was a Friday) .. She said ok, how ya wanna do em ?? I said I wanna try somethin different .... She said ok, what ya wanna try ?? I said I wanna try a reverse sear.... She said a "what" ?? I said a reverse sear.... She said oh ok, we can try that (not really knowing what it was but she's a trooper" ) ! So that nite I done the reverse sear on a couple 1 1/4" ribeyes and now I have a hard time doin a steak that's not a reverse sear !! Haha, needless to say it was a hit ....

Nice lookin meal bud,

Justin

 

Thanks Justin  :smile:  My taste buds were extra happy tonight...

 

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Originally Posted by Foamheart View Post
 

That's a happy happy plate! Nice looking food there.

 

/patiently awaits the Cavity King.......

 

Thanks Foam  :smile:  & the Cavity King has arrived  thumb1.gif

 

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Originally Posted by c farmer View Post

I agree with Case, you need a mini. Great all purpose cooker.

 

I'm working on it man  :icon_smile:

post #24 of 43
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Originally Posted by SeenRed View Post
 

Man you've been a roll the last couple days!  That looks amazing!  Reverse seared cow parts are a favorite of ours...:drool

 

Great job as usual...Thumbs Up

 

Red

 

Thanks Red!  :smile:  & yeah reverse sear is the way to go  thumb1.gif

post #25 of 43

holy sh!t! that looks crazy good!

post #26 of 43

Fantastic!!! It looked wonderful and your method is a delicious way indeed!!!

 

Your close-up shots were just terrific!

 

Happy Friday!!

 

Cheers!!!!!! - Leah

post #27 of 43
Get looking sear and plate.


Like most here. I had never heard of revere seared till this site. So another story to add to the thread............ I was writing a Chef Table menu for a client coming in to check out our offering we have for their group. So I wrote a reverse seared filet into the menu. My peers were giving me a hard time about it and saying I made something up just so I could smoke something......so I did what I needed to do for the meal. We were slow so only a couple people were there to see and taste it.....as we all know they loved it. It was so tender you just looked at it and it cut itself......... So I wrote it for another menu and one of the big bosses came through and saw the meat in the smoker and was panicking that it was not going to be done in time. So my head Chef told him to relax and wait for it....... Let's say he is a fan now..... I still get razzed a bit over it because it is not main stream, but I never have any scraps left........

The great thing about this method is you place the meat in the smoker with accurate temps for a long time and serve when needed. That helps me a lot since when doing the Chef Tables The guests are on their own timeline and we don't always know what it is.
post #28 of 43
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Originally Posted by SeenRed View Post
 

 

Holy cow!!  I'm pretty sure I gained 3 or 4 lbs. just by clicking!!  That looks incredible!

 

Red

 

Thanks Red  :smile:  It's so rich & full of goodness that I can only eat one piece at a time.

 

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Originally Posted by newsmokeguy View Post
 

holy sh!t! that looks crazy good!

 

Thanks man  :smile:  It is!

post #29 of 43

All looks Great SB !!!Thumbs Up

Steak looks right on!!:drool

 

Supposed to hit 60* here tomorrow (for a change), so you just pushed me over into making a couple of Ribeyes for tomorrow!!!

I'll probably sauté a pile of fungus to top it with too!!!

 

Thanks for the inspiration,

Bear

post #30 of 43

Great job! You're eating pretty good.

post #31 of 43
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Originally Posted by Leah Elisheva View Post
 

Fantastic!!! It looked wonderful and your method is a delicious way indeed!!!

 

Your close-up shots were just terrific!

 

Happy Friday!!

 

Cheers!!!!!! - Leah

 

 

Thanks Leah  :smile:  It was a fantastic steak!

 

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Originally Posted by jarjarchef View Post

Get looking sear and plate.


Like most here. I had never heard of revere seared till this site. So another story to add to the thread............ I was writing a Chef Table menu for a client coming in to check out our offering we have for their group. So I wrote a reverse seared filet into the menu. My peers were giving me a hard time about it and saying I made something up just so I could smoke something......so I did what I needed to do for the meal. We were slow so only a couple people were there to see and taste it.....as we all know they loved it. It was so tender you just looked at it and it cut itself......... So I wrote it for another menu and one of the big bosses came through and saw the meat in the smoker and was panicking that it was not going to be done in time. So my head Chef told him to relax and wait for it....... Let's say he is a fan now..... I still get razzed a bit over it because it is not main stream, but I never have any scraps left........

The great thing about this method is you place the meat in the smoker with accurate temps for a long time and serve when needed. That helps me a lot since when doing the Chef Tables The guests are on their own timeline and we don't always know what it is.

 

Thanks man  :smile:   & yeah the reverse sear will make a believer out of anybody  :icon_mrgreen: 

post #32 of 43
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Originally Posted by Bearcarver View Post
 

All looks Great SB !!!Thumbs Up

Steak looks right on!!:drool

 

Supposed to hit 60* here tomorrow (for a change), so you just pushed me over into making a couple of Ribeyes for tomorrow!!!

I'll probably sauté a pile of fungus to top it with too!!!

 

Thanks for the inspiration,

Bear

 

Thanks Bear  :smile:  the steak was perfect!  :drool  :32:  :drool

 

Did you make the ribeyes?

post #33 of 43
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Originally Posted by Smoking B View Post
 

 

Thanks Bear  :smile:  the steak was perfect!  :drool  :32:  :drool

 

Did you make the ribeyes?

 

Not Yet---'bout 5 PM----Marinating in Ken's Honey Teriyaki right now.

 

 

Bear

post #34 of 43
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Not Yet---'bout 5 PM----Marinating in Ken's Honey Teriyaki right now.

 

 

Bear

 

:drool  Sounds good  thumb1.gif

post #35 of 43

That steak looks amazing!

post #36 of 43
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Originally Posted by Smoking B View Post
 

 

Thanks Bear  :smile:  the steak was perfect!  :drool  :32:  :drool

 

Did you make the ribeyes?

 

We need to change Bearcarver's name to ; 'Bear "Prime Rib" Carver'

post #37 of 43
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Originally Posted by Woodcutter View Post
 

Great job! You're eating pretty good.

 

Thanks Todd  :smile:

post #38 of 43

shoot that all looks good!!

post #39 of 43
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Originally Posted by beeflover View Post
 

shoot that all looks good!!

 

Thanks man  :smile:  It was good eating!

post #40 of 43

My word that is a wonderful looking dessert!!

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