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Smoked New York strip 😬🍻

post #1 of 8
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Well tonight for my second ever attempt at smoking something I chose to smoke my new Yorkstrips for 30 mins and finish them off with a reverse sear on the grill. They turned out pretty good!! I also bought a10lb pork shoulder butt and a brisket flat to experiment on this weekend.
post #2 of 8
Tasty looking steak! Good luck with the weekend.
post #3 of 8
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It was good, I think next time I will cut the smoking time in half no more than 15 min with smoke with 1lb each steaks about 1in thick.The smoke added a great flavor, but it was Getting close to being a little overpowering. I think ribeye would have been a better choice than New York strip as well.
post #4 of 8
Was your smoke thick? It should be thin and bluish. What type of wood did you use some are stronger then others as well. Another great beef option is a Tri tip if you can find them in your area,I'm lucky and have a good supply around $4 a pound they are a little tricky to cut as the grain runs in multiple directions.But cut and cooked properly there awesome I r/s them or spin them on the rotisserie.
post #5 of 8
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I saw tri trip today, I don't think anything of it because I am ignorant when it comes to what is good to smoke and what isn't. I am using a propane smoker with a 4x4x2in ish box, I used a handful me of stubs smoking chips it's a combination of three different types. I only let the chips soak for about 40 prior to smoking, they did not catch fire but did smoke a good amount. What I picture as normal, granted I don't know what normal is here is a picture of what I think would be normal.
post #6 of 8
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The size reference was of the actual wood chip box by the way
post #7 of 8

Your steaks look excellent!


Good luck this weekend!



post #8 of 8

Nice looking steak! Can't wait to see how the shoulder comes out!

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