Steaks and snow!

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dirtsailor2003

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Nothing fancy. Had a few New york strip steaks that needed a little reverse sear. Fired up the mini-wsm, Kingsford Blue, cherry, pecan. Ran the smoker at 200°, then seared the steaks off. Gotta love the mini for that! Served with garlic mashers and steamed broccoli.


Swimming in Worcestershire for a few hours.


Prepping the mini, just starting to snow!


The BBQ guard pig doing his job.


Fresh off the grill. I cancelled the sear. I got distracted and didn't get them out of the smoke in time. I didn't want them over cooked!






ENJOY!!!!
 

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I love the color on those steaks. I agree, far better to skip the sear than risk cooking your meat well done (shudder). Your BBQ guard pig is doing a fantastic job, BTW.

Have a great day!
Clarissa
 

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Looks great even without the sear.
Thank you Adam!
I love the color on those steaks. I agree, far better to skip the sear than risk cooking your meat well done (shudder). Your BBQ guard pig is doing a fantastic job, BTW.

Have a great day!
Clarissa
Thank you Clarissa! The steaks were at the perfect stage so there was no way I was going to sear them off and have (gasp) overdone steaks!
MMM Strips are my favorite
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They look great. good job. Searings overated IMO.
We like them too! I agree with the searing. I usually only do it when there's guests to oooooooo and aweeeeeeeee!
 

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Great looking steaks.  Can't beat that pecan/cherry mix, going on the Christmas bird round here.  It was a shame you had to eat the potato and broccoli with only a little pat of butter. 
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  LOVE that guard pig!  Keep Smokin!


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dirtsailor2003

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Great looking steaks.  Can't beat that pecan/cherry mix, going on the Christmas bird round here.  It was a shame you had to eat the potato and broccoli with only a little pat of butter. 
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  LOVE that guard pig!  Keep Smokin!


Danny
Thank you! To make it even worse it wasn't smoked butter!
 

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DS That looks great as usual I know that was some smoked butta on that Idaho spud right? - Very nice presentation. Keep it up
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dirtsailor2003

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DS That looks great as usual I know that was some smoked butta on that Idaho spud right? - Very nice presentation. Keep it up :drool

Thanks DS! Unfortunately I need to smoke some more butter. Maybe this weekend I'll smoke some eggs for smoked deviled eggs and do se butter too!
 

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