How to Waste a Steak

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Man John, that's just plain wrong. Destroying a perfectly good steak? I have a few words for that person but not appropriate for the forum :emoji_wink:
At least now I know what to do with that lava pit in my backyard.
Just keep the beer pole away from it!!

Robert
 
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So typically I access SMF on my laptop. The video does not show up on it, but when I look on my phone, there it is. Strange...

Anyway, no thanks on that steak...
 

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Man John, that's just plain wrong. Destroying a perfectly good steak? I have a few words for that person but not appropriate for the forum :emoji_wink:

Just keep the beer pole away from it!!

Robert
Well maybe not harsh words
After all, that definitely wasn't a prime or thick cut.
But it for sure could've been a half decent breakfast steak or carne asada.

But to overcook it?
Just no room to forgive there! :emoji_stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

 

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At least now I know what to do with that lava pit in my backyard.

Chris
Now I could go for that, imagine the possibilities!
Santa Maria style grill and more.
Steaming fish and veggies.
Endless I tell ya.

I've seen tv shows showing cooking done in hot springs, fumar holes and such.
 

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