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post #1 of 21
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Mama Bear’s Day 2016 (Ribeyes)


Mother’s Day was upon us again, so I thawed out a couple of Ribeyes for Mama Bear & Myself.

I decided to get “Smokey Joe Weber” out for a bit of extra flavor. I don’t get that out often, because it’s easier for me to just go out & push the button on my Weber “Q”. So I put it up on a big tub, so it wasn’t so hard to reach, and rolled my Craftsman stool over for the old Bear to sit on. I kept everything close to the garage door, because today was the 9th consecutive day we got rain here.

Soaked the Ribeyes in Teriyaki Marinade for a few hours, and the rest is below with the pictures.

Mrs Bear added some Sweet Tater Fries, Steak Fries, and Green Beans on the side, and we dropped the steaks on the sizzle plates to keep them from going cold too fast.


Enjoy,

Bear


Got my Smokey Joe out for a change——Been awhile:





Getting some charcoal ready quick:





Looks about ready for some Protein!!





Steaks are on!





Steaks almost ready:





Bear’s Dinner——Not enough room for the Green Beans:





How about a look inside?





And a nice “Close-up”:
post #2 of 21

Looks Great,, Got to love those Rib Eyes and your little Smokey Joe, "I need one"

 

Is that 2 kinds of potatoes ?

 

Nice Job, I know it was great   ------------------  POINTS !!

 

Gart

post #3 of 21

Great looking meal Bear!

 

Can't beat a charcoal grilled ribeye.

 

I think that may be the perfect Mother's day meal.

 

Al

post #4 of 21

Some things juts don't like low and slow.... A great rib eye is one thing that I like fast and hot....................Over charcoal can't be beat!

Great job Bear. Happy Mothers Day to Mrs Bear also............

Thanx for all the posts and advice over the past............

Raining here to............

post #5 of 21
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Originally Posted by SmokinAl View Post
 

Great looking meal Bear!

 

Can't beat a charcoal grilled ribeye.

 

I think that may be the perfect Mother's day meal.

 

Al

 

Thanks Al.

 

Bear

 

 

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Originally Posted by gary s View Post
 

Looks Great,, Got to love those Rib Eyes and your little Smokey Joe, "I need one"

 

Is that 2 kinds of potatoes ?

 

Nice Job, I know it was great   ------------------  POINTS !!

 

Gart

 

Thank You Gary!!

Yup---The small ones are Sweet Tater.

I love Sweet Tater Fries!!

 

And Thanks for the Points, Gary!!

 

Bear

post #6 of 21
Looks great!
post #7 of 21
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Originally Posted by Slipaway View Post
 

Some things juts don't like low and slow.... A great rib eye is one thing that I like fast and hot....................Over charcoal can't be beat!

Great job Bear. Happy Mothers Day to Mrs Bear also............

Thanx for all the posts and advice over the past............

Raining here to............


I Thank You Very Much!!!

 

 

Bear

post #8 of 21

:yahoo:Another great meal by the Bear dang it man the wind was the wrong way again or was it the rain hold down the smoke and wonderful aroma? Oh well it looks great and a wonderful treat for Mrs Bear.

points1.pngmy friend.

 

Warren

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Looks great!


Thank You!

 

Bear

 

 

 

 

And Thanks for the Points @ Shoebe!!

 

Bear

post #10 of 21

Bear was that cooked for Sat. or did you eat real early?The whole meal looks great I only had sweet tater fries once.I know Mama Bear must have enjoyed that meal Thanks for sharing 

Richie

 

:points:

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Bear was that cooked for Sat. or did you eat real early?The whole meal looks great I only had sweet tater fries once.I know Mama Bear must have enjoyed that meal Thanks for sharing 

Richie

 

:points:


Thank You Richie!!

We had our Mother's Day Dinner on Saturday, because Bear Jr & his wife took Mrs Bear out to Dinner on Sunday.

I stayed home & mowed my Yards.

 

The first time I had Sweet Tater Fries was about 20 years ago @ my favorite Hangout Bar. 

I love them when they're cut real thin.

 

And Thanks for the Points!!

 

Bear

post #12 of 21

That looks soo good!

I want to be like bear when i grow up!

 

POINTS!

phatbac (Aaron)

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Originally Posted by HalfSmoked View Post
 

:yahoo:Another great meal by the Bear dang it man the wind was the wrong way again or was it the rain hold down the smoke and wonderful aroma? Oh well it looks great and a wonderful treat for Mrs Bear.

points1.pngmy friend.

 

Warren


Thanks Warren!!

And Thank You for the Points!!

 

Bear


Edited by Bearcarver - 5/10/16 at 7:23am
post #14 of 21
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That looks soo good!

I want to be like bear when i grow up!

 

POINTS!

phatbac (Aaron)


Thank You Aaron!!

 

And Thanks for the Points!!

 

Bear

post #15 of 21

Seeing that steak on a small charcoal grill took my back to my youth!

 

Great steak dinner.

 

Points for the memories.

 

Disco

post #16 of 21
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Seeing that steak on a small charcoal grill took my back to my youth!

 

Great steak dinner.

 

Points for the memories.

 

Disco


Thank You Disco!!

I know what you mean---When I got back from Vietnam & got stationed in Hawaii, I bought a used Hibachi & I made Steaks for Me & Mrs Bear every Sunday. They just fit on that little thing.

BTW: I was 20 years old at that time---Those were the days!!

And Thanks for the Points!!

 

Bear

post #17 of 21

Oh my gosh, that looks fantastic!  I'm still trying to figure out the best way to cook steaks, and what you did looks perfect.

 

I smoked our steaks last night, and we really liked how they came out (I never think to take pics, dang it).  I smoked with some wood chips my son and I bought on a whim a while back and haven't used - Jack Daniels oak.  I also made up some homemade Montreal Steak Seasoning that we thought was excellent.

 

But I need to pull out my charcoal grill someday and try that again, now that I know more about it.  :-)

 

Again, beautiful steaks, Bear!

post #18 of 21
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Originally Posted by Dogwalker View Post
 

Oh my gosh, that looks fantastic!  I'm still trying to figure out the best way to cook steaks, and what you did looks perfect.

 

I smoked our steaks last night, and we really liked how they came out (I never think to take pics, dang it).  I smoked with some wood chips my son and I bought on a whim a while back and haven't used - Jack Daniels oak.  I also made up some homemade Montreal Steak Seasoning that we thought was excellent.

 

But I need to pull out my charcoal grill someday and try that again, now that I know more about it.  :-)

 

Again, beautiful steaks, Bear!


Thank You Sir!!

Every time I break out that little Charcoal grill, it brings back memories:

When I got back from Vietnam, I got stationed in Hawaii for a year, and Mrs Bear came down there to be with me.

Every Sunday I made Steaks on the little Hibachi I got for $5. Made Dogs & Burgers on it too, but Sunday was Steaks!!

I love steaks made over charcoal.

 

Bear

post #19 of 21

great memories, Bear!

post #20 of 21

that looks good ... whats the process for Fathers day?

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