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Well I smoked a rack of pork chops on my little smoker few days ago so tasty.

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♣Slew Foot♣ /

Werds...

Cast iron pan

Australian pine

Bison steak.

If you grew up in a large family well done is comfort food.

Peter lugers. NYC. ..

6 mo waiting list. steak for 1 or 2 no menu.

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Pushrod Fifty /

Looks really good, I'll have to try grilling a rack.

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Rick Bergsma /

Canada Goose steaks are the beef of the sky .

3/4 inch thick , grill for 3 minutes a side at 500°F

If nobody told you it was goose you might not know .

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Pushrod Fifty /

Spread the word- There are so many of them around here and they shit everywhere.

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♣Slew Foot♣ /

Damn.

There was an immigrant from NYC that got caught on the casino bus with 11 geese in his bag.

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> Rick Bergsma Wrote:

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> Canada Goose steaks are the beef of the sky .

>

> 3/4 inch thick , grill for 3 minutes a side at 500°F

>

> If nobody told you it was goose you might not know .

Mmm... I haven’t had goose in years

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♣Slew Foot♣ /

Australian pine imparts zero smoke flavor and the char flavor is amazing.

Buffalo tastes better or more beefy than beef.

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> ♣Slew Foot♣ Wrote:

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> Australian pine imparts zero smoke flavor and the char flavor is

> amazing.

>

> Buffalo tastes better or more beefy than beef.

I like buffalo, except it’s way too lean.

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Pushrod Fifty /

Would like to try Buffalo.

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I wanna try llama. It’s supposed to taste like a cross of beef and lamb.

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♣Slew Foot♣ /

There a buffalo farm less then 7 miles from me.

Cast iron pan is awesome for cooking steak right.you can use it in an oven over a fire or to defrost . meat thermometer . you can get the steaks prepped in oven then fryed to doneness level is the way most places will cook them

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> ♣Slew Foot♣ Wrote:

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> you can get the

> steaks prepped in oven then fryed to doneness level is the way most

> places will cook them

Everywhere i've worked we'd bake them first and get it to the right temperature in the oven. After it went in the oven it might get thrown under the salamander (a quick heating thing, all restaurants have it) but that's purely to get it to the table at a nice temperature.

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> ♣Slew Foot♣ Wrote:

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> There a buffalo farm less then 7 miles from me.

>

> Cast iron pan is awesome for cooking steak right.you can use it in an

> oven over a fire or to defrost . meat thermometer . you can get the

> steaks prepped in oven then fryed to doneness level is the way most

> places will cook them

I often do them on cast iron, but I rarely use the oven. Unless I am cooking beyond rare, which is my preferred doneness. But yes, to get a steak properly cooked to mid-rare or beyond, and uniformly pink throughout (not grey, red, grey), use the oven first, then sear on super hot cast iron or flat top grill. Let it rest 10 minutes to redistribute juices, then throw in the salamander for 30 secs to make it hot & sizzly on the outside.

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Pushrod Fifty /

I agree, avoid the gray or dull red and braze real hot from the start and then finish to suit.

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you must be referring to something like my 5 Hour smoked prime rib

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Got a nice looking Tri-Tip today that I'll bbq with potatoes/bell peppers/onions on the side.

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Ok, time to bump this thread.... Behold this hunk of beef I grilled and smoked. The girlfriend picked this 3 inch thick 3.6 pound monster up somewhere. Medium rare is my target although I can tolerate medium. Sweet potato and fresh home made salad. I love beef....

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I dont need to pay someone else to prepare my food.

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^^^Yes!!!

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damn, that's a monster.

Last night I made some crackers, a first for me- I've made plenty of breads and biscuits and tortilla chips etc but it was a first try for crackers. With a pot of chicken split pea soup. very yummo

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Poutine steak.... mmmmmmmmmmm....

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POUTINE STEAK.....

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POUTINE STEAK ! ! ! ! ...

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^^^it is so dang good - look at that poor bastard steak crying salty tears of gravy...(edited)

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When i get to Canada one day, would it be blasphemy to order poutine without cheese?

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I love Poutine. I like thin sliced rare skirt steak on top of the (fresh-cut, skin on)fries, topped with cheese curds and smothered in brown beefy gravy.

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Why the heck would you do something like that when there are excellent 'alternative cheeses' if you dont do dairy...

> Bas Autowas Wrote:

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> When i get to Canada one day, would it be blasphemy to order poutine

> without cheese?

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> Rebel Moby Wrote:

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> Why the heck would you do something like that when there are excellent

> 'alternative cheeses' if you dont do dairy...

>

I'm only slightly lactose intolerant but allergic to several varieties of cheese and i'm past my "lets see which cheese i might be able to eat" phase.

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That's fine you can stick to your head cheese diet.

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Nice 3 hours of slow cook on the smoker

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Bloody messes. Not cooked. Take yer chances!

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