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Smoked NY Strip to welcome in 2017 (Q-view)


Smoke Blower
Joined Dec 28, 2014
So had some beautiful weather in the 50's in CT today so decided to do a little surf and turf.  Took out some NY Strips and Shrimp.  Smoked the NY Strip with cherry wood for 30 minutes and then finished off in my new cast iron pan a couple minutes on each side.  Once removed added some butter, garlic and shrimp and sautéed till done.  All turned out great.
Kept it simple with salt, pepper, and garlic powder and let sit out for an hour.

Into the Smoker at about 200 to 225

After 1/2 an hour with Cherry Wood they were at 130.  Little higher than I wanted as temp slipped up to 250 on me.

Into the cast iron for a brief sear on each side.

NY Strip out and shrimp, butter, and garlic in for a brief sauté.

Last shot after rest and sliced.  Like I said closer to medium than the medium rare I wanted but still super moist with a great smoke flavor and the wife and 6 and 3 year old gobbled it up.

Thanks for looking.


Master of the Pit
SMF Premier Member
Joined Feb 7, 2015
Nice save!  I love strips and know what it's like to let em get away.  Those look great!  



SMF Hall of Fame Pitmaster
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Joined Jun 22, 2009
Nice job!

That's a meal I could definitely get into!




Legendary Pitmaster
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Joined Feb 9, 2009
That looks terrific...nicely done! Thumbs Up


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