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Discussion in 'Beef' started by div, Aug 27, 2008.
Got these defrosting for tomorrow, lookin for some ideas.....
Having just done some T-bone steaks for last nights supper, you can do what I did. . .
Marinade them in some Montreal Steak Seasoning (recipe is on the bottle)
Hot smoke them with some hickory (or whatever wood you prefer) 'til they're rare/med. rare. Plate them with some baked beans (Wicked-of course) or a baked 'tater with all the fixin's.
I prefer a good steak charred. Rub em up and grill medium rare directly over hot lump. Top with sauteed mushrooms. Red skin garlic mashed taters on the side with a ear of sweet corn. Now your eatin!
heres one you trick you could do with them i made these things once last year and they were pretty darn good if i do say so myself.
Wow the recipe that douglaslizard posted looks great, I copied it for future trial. Hope you give it a whirl and post the results.
Grill 'em up and bring 'em over to my house, that'd be my suggestion!
Whatever you decide do it hot. As for the thumb; low and slow
LOLOLOL......killing me here Lee
Hot Grill......Beer.....Internal temp 135Âº......the steaks, not the beer
500 degree grill, oil your grates, and grill 5 minutes on each side.
put a little garlic powder on them and some cbp and kosher salt, you'll love them.
500 degrees @ 10 min.....
Seems a bit long to me. I like maybe 2 min per side, but I like it to moo when I chew.
This is how i'd do them babies too.
I would pack them in dry ice and ship them to me......
I'll let you know if their any good... SERIOUSLY!!!!!
I have done this many times, best of both worlds.
Good luck whatever you decide.
I have been dying to try this the way Ron does. First smoke, then sear. I think I could smoke my wife's steak longer since she likes well done and it would still probably be tender. I like a medium steak. I have some strip steaks in the freezer and whenever I get around to cooking them, i am going to do "The Ron Method". At least thats what Im calling it. LOL