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Ribeyes (Brainstorm)

Bearcarver

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Ribeyes (Brainstorm)


I never tried this before, but after doing some Ribeye on My new ZigZag Skewers, I got a Brainstorm (Not exactly a Hurricane).
So instead of slicing in strips, and then cubes for Kabobs, I left them in strips.
Then I Marinated the strips in Kelchner’s Pineapple Teriyaki Marinade for a few hours in the Fridge.
Then out to the Weber “Q” We go for some Hot Grilling.
I stretched them out on the Grill, and let the leftover Marinade drain off the plate to the Meat, after my first flip.
Then I just flip the Strips around until they got nice and charred on all sides, but still nice & pink inside.
The charring on the outside really puts awesome flavor on these Babies, just like they do on Kabobs!!!
Then I brought them in, and plated some with some Shrooms I wanted to try, and some Roasted Red Taters.
I had to go back & get another piece this time!!
Then the next day, I arranged the last 3 partial strips in a Triangle, and put the leftover Roasted Reds in the Center & covered them with Shredded Mozzarella. Then I Nuked the whole plate until the Cheese melted (About a Minute & a half).
These were awesome, and just as Good Tasting as when I made Kabobs out of them, only less hassle.
Any time I’m not mixing anything with the meat on Skewers, I’ll be doing a lot of Ribeyes like this.


Loved These!!

Bear



Slicing up a Ribeye:
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Marinating with "Kelchner's Pineapple Teriyaki Marinade":
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Laying out on My Weber "Q":
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Closer Look:
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Flipping around on Grill:
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Almost Ready:
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Done & Bringing into Kitchen:
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Plated Bear's First Helping:
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Second Night, with Mozzarella on Roasted Red Taters:
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After Nuking & Melting Cheese:
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gmc2003

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Now that's a meal. Those ribeyes and tators look fantastic Bear!!!

Point for sure
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sandyut

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looks delish! like the idea alot!
 

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Looks like a good idea!
Nice looking meal!
Al
 

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Looks good to me . Nice char on the steak.
 

GATOR240

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Nice job Bear, looks delicious!
 

texomakid

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I swear I started smelling those rib eyes when looking at the photos. What a neat concept. Looks great as always Bear
 

bbqbrett

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Nice! Some good looking steak. I already had lunch but if you put that ribeye in front of me I bet I could eat some, or all of it.
 

normanaj

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That's my kind of eating!

I've come the conclusion that you and I have very similar tastes in foods.
 

Steve H

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That looks great Bear! Like! I never tried slicing up the rib eyes like that. It gives you more crunchy edges from the marinade.
 

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Now that's a meal. Those ribeyes and tators look fantastic Bear!!!

Point for sure
Chris
Thank You Chris!!
I'm definitely doing this a lot in the near future!!!
And Thanks for the Like.

Bear


looks delish! like the idea alot!
Thank You Sandy!!
And Thanks for the Like.

Bear
 

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Pictures look great . I'm with Steve, a little extra charred edges is always good.
 

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