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post #21 of 34

Don't know how I missed this til now...looking good John!!  :drool  The beauty of a good steak is, they are so simple, but sooo delicious!  That's a mighty good price on those steaks...can't remember when we found any for that price.

 

Nicely done my friend!  

 

:points:

 

Red

post #22 of 34
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Originally Posted by daRicksta View Post
 


Thanks to my beloved wife, I went back to the store and bought a package of 3 steaks at the lower price. They'll be grilled up tomorrow for Memorial Day.  My favorite bro-in-law will be our diner guest, which is why I bought that pack. I'll be grilling up some vegies (including asparagus and tomatoes, another to be decided) and the wife will make potato salad from scratch. I'll post Gview (as opposed to Qview) photos of the finished products if not photos of the process.

 

That's Great !!

Be watching for it !!

Have a Great Time!

 

Bear

 

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Originally Posted by SeenRed View Post
 

Don't know how I missed this til now...looking good John!!  :drool  The beauty of a good steak is, they are so simple, but sooo delicious!  That's a mighty good price on those steaks...can't remember when we found any for that price.

 

Nicely done my friend!  

 

:points:

 

Red

 

Thanks a Bunch, Red!!

And Thanks for the Points!!

 

Bear

post #23 of 34

That is beautiful beef, Bear! I wish I could get it for that price here in the mountains.

 

Points for great Qview.

 

Disco

post #24 of 34
Looks great! I miss my Weber Q it's got a great grate for grilling them steaks!
post #25 of 34
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That is beautiful beef, Bear! I wish I could get it for that price here in the mountains.

 

Points for great Qview.

 

Disco


Thank You Disco!!

 

And Thanks for the Points!!

 

Bear

post #26 of 34
Awesome lookin steak Bear, cooked perfect ! Had to be a tasty meal ! icon14.gif
post #27 of 34
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Awesome lookin steak Bear, cooked perfect ! Had to be a tasty meal ! icon14.gif


Thank You Justin!!!

 

And Thanks for the Points!!

 

 

Bear

post #28 of 34
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Looks great! I miss my Weber Q it's got a great grate for grilling them steaks!


Thanks B-one!!

I like mine too, but I wish I could heat one side at a time, instead of the dumb way they have mine set up.

 

Bear

post #29 of 34
Nice looking ribeyes done just right! That price didn't hurt none either.
I get mine at Sam's Club 3 in a package, but never at the price you got your at. I do keep a cupple in my freezer all seasoned up, vacuum sealed and ready for the grill. The wife and I just had one Saturday.
Randy,
post #30 of 34
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Nice looking ribeyes done just right! That price didn't hurt none either.
I get mine at Sam's Club 3 in a package, but never at the price you got your at. I do keep a cupple in my freezer all seasoned up, vacuum sealed and ready for the grill. The wife and I just had one Saturday.
Randy,


Thank You!!

 

There's a Trade-off:

We get good prices here for Prime Rib, Pork Loin, Ribeyes, and a couple others.

 

But then we get super high prices on BabyBacks, Brisket, Pork Butts, and a bunch of others.

 

Bear

post #31 of 34
Butts are $1.48 baby backs are 2.98 spairs are 1.98 brisket is 2.49 (full packer) flats are 3.49. Pork loins are 1.88 and some times CSR's are .99 chicken quarters are .49, then ther is my sister who owns a general store/ restaurant who gets Texas pork back ribs for 1.67 a pound but They come in 37 pound packages. Happy problem! The real problem is that she lives 300 miles away, but we visit a lot.
Randy,
post #32 of 34
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Butts are $1.48 baby backs are 2.98 spairs are 1.98 brisket is 2.49 (full packer) flats are 3.49. Pork loins are 1.88 and some times CSR's are .99 chicken quarters are .49, then ther is my sister who owns a general store/ restaurant who gets Texas pork back ribs for 1.67 a pound but They come in 37 pound packages. Happy problem! The real problem is that she lives 300 miles away, but we visit a lot.
Randy,


Wow!!!

 

Those are all great prices in my book!!!Thumbs Up

 

 

Bear

post #33 of 34

Looks great Bear! I'm throwing a london broil on my big green egg now, i'm hungry!

post #34 of 34
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Looks great Bear! I'm throwing a london broil on my big green egg now, i'm hungry!


Thanks Slim!!

 

That's Great !!!!-----My Son has a Big Green Egg, and he makes some awfully Tasty Stuff in it !!:drool

 

 

Bear

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