Copper Pot Cherry Smoked Prime Tomahawks

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civilsmoker

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Was on the hunt for a prime rib roast for the 4th to smoke but happened on these USDA Prime baby’s for 12.99/lb so the rib roast idea got flushed real quick!
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With these baby’s thickness they were primed (yes pun intended) for a reverse sear, so the copper pot got fired up for the job!
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Seasoned them up with the our standard SPOG & splashed with lemon pepper and sugar.
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Holy smokes these baby’s are “thick”!
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On they go.....they are gonna see an hour of cherry wood @ 225
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So while they were getting kissed by smoke some white corns were salt & old bay seasoned the wrapped up with butter!
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When all wrapped up they were added to the copper pot for a gentle cook!
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About 30 mins in.......
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The cherry wood at work...
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Here they are after 70 min with a IT 90...
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Time for the sear....pre heated grill grated Weber
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Turn one 2.5 min
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Final turn crossed with fire love.....
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Resting IT at 135......
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The meal was was rounded out with some GR mash, baby Bella’s and the smoked corn finished with some thickened au jus!
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Oh man I’m so happy we have the freedom to live like this!
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Smoked tomahawk money right here!
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So after a meal like this what else but Gord Rams sticky toffee pudding!
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Even with all this I will say that the freedom we enjoy is a true meal of liberty to be thankful for!!!

Happy 4th of July!
 
That copper pot is special for sure. Nice cook.
Thanks SE! We are very fond of the Copper Pot at our house!

Good lord what a meal!! Great price on the steaks. The sticky pudding is AAA+++
Thanks jcam! Yea at the price they were screaming take me!!! The pudding is the real deal...GR has the recipe free on his web page!

Whoa! Everything about this is amazing!
Thanks kilo! A meal fit for a birthday!
 
That is more spectacular than any Fireworks show. Very nice . . .
I also love that copper pot.
 
Oh my God...what an amazing looking meal. Absolutely fantastic across the board...and you're right about the freedom to enjoy these types of things. It's a blessing without a doubt.

Robert
 
I'm stuffed just looking at the meal plating! You made a beautiful meal with all the fireworks on the plate. Can't agree more about how lucky we are to have the freedom to chose and afford to make a meal like this for family and friends! 🍻
John
 
Yup Bam Bam. Thanks chiler!
Mercy that looks good!
Jim
Thanks Jim!
That is more spectacular than any Fireworks show. Very nice . . .
I also love that copper pot.
Thanks, it was an event for sure!

We are very fond of the copper pot at our house. Each time I cook on it I realized I missed it from the previous cook.


Beautiful cook on the steaks!
Thanks Trolly, much appreciated!
 
Love Tomahawks cooked like that . Those look fantastic .
Thanks chop! Maybe we should call them beef chops! Lol. The reverse sear is a perfect process for sure.....

Oh my God...what an amazing looking meal. Absolutely fantastic across the board...and you're right about the freedom to enjoy these types of things. It's a blessing without a doubt.

Robert
Thanks Robert....for some reason was feeling like celebrating in a more personal way this year!

I'm stuffed just looking at the meal plating! You made a beautiful meal with all the fireworks on the plate. Can't agree more about how lucky we are to have the freedom to chose and afford to make a meal like this for family and friends! 🍻
John
Thanks John! The plate was full but that is all good! Symbolic of how we should partake in our freedoms....takes great planning and effort to feast like this and one thing is for sure ,the effort is more than worth it!


what a great looking meal, those steaks look amazing,
Thanks SJ, it was nice to let the copper pot do most the effort and finish with a quick sear......actually I”ll be honest was a perfect day after dinner we sat in the back yard and watched people’s life savings go up in big booms and showering of sparks!
 
Civil, as per usual you put together a fantastic meal.

Any chance I can come by for leftovers? :emoji_grin:

Looks like you are pretty settled into the new digs now. How is it working out?

GREAT BIG LIKE!

John
 
Awesome looking meal!
I gotta tell you I love white corn, ALMOST better than a good ribeye.
As a matter of fact I eat it raw, just heated slightly so some butter will melt on it, and with a bit of S&P I have made a meal out of just white corn.
But those steaks look absolutely delicious!!!
Al
 
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