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  1. ThePreacherMan

    Ribeye and NY Strip on the Traeger

    We got our steer back last week from the butcher so we have been eating beef like crazy! Decided to grill up some ribeye and NY strip tonight. Used a steak rub from R Butts R Smokin for the first time and it didn’t disappoint. I only grill a total of about 14 minutes around 400. Hard to beat!
  2. MJB05615

    Thick NY Strips Over Wood First Try

    I read @chopsaw 's older post about cooking Steak over just wood burned down to coals, and had to try. This ended up being one of the best Steaks I've ever had. Here's 2 thick Strips from Widlfork foods, seasoned up with @tx smoker's beef Rub he posted a few months ago and is now my go to for...
  3. jeremy5431

    STEAK Class & Taste Test

    Last year my father in law grilled a steak. It fell flat. It wasn't rested, it was tough and wasn't seasoned well. My mother in law asked me to teach him how to grill a steak. Fast forward to this spring when we got together again for Steak class. I took the class a little further and decided...
  4. hunter rose

    Prime NY Strips Sous Vide

    Our Costco still doesn't have toilet paper, but Prime NY Strips at 25% less than normal? Sure. Sous Vide to perfect medium rare for 2 hours, shocked in ice and finished on the smoker at 500 w/ Grill Grates.
  5. bmudd14474

    Review of beef from PorterRoad.com

    Porter Road. Im sure you have heard that name before because of the specials they have offered on SMF in the past few months and the review that @TulsaJeff did on their product. They had also sent me a box of meats to sample. Now I have had the box for several months. I decided to try some of...
  6. BoilerBBQ

    First reverse sear NY strip

    I’ve been wanting to reverse sear some steaks for awhile. I bought a prime top loin for Christmas, so I cut a couple 2” thick and set them aside for the smoker. They turned out great. I’ll probably do ribeyes next time, but I prefer a leaner cut when grilled, so that is what I had on hand...