Saturday Grilling

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mikeam
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2008/08/16 18:08:43 (permalink)

Saturday Grilling

My favorite part of the weekend is firing up the Weber.

Today Food Lion had steaks on sale. I threw a couple in the freezer and one on the grill.

This TBone turned out well.











Weber and Charcoal Rocks!

Good Grilling to You!

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    leethebard
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    RE: Saturday Grilling 2008/08/16 19:29:40 (permalink)
    Nice job...steaks look perfect!!! What spices are on that steak?
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    edwmax
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    RE: Saturday Grilling 2008/08/16 19:31:46 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by mikeam







    Are you wasting that?! It's the best part! All of it looks great!
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    mikeam
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    RE: Saturday Grilling 2008/08/16 19:35:56 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by leethebard

    Nice job...steaks look perfect!!! What spices are on that steak?


    Sea salt, fresh cracked pepper and a little Cavanders.
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    TwoJays
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    RE: Saturday Grilling 2008/08/16 20:34:45 (permalink)
    Dammit, I never remember to take pictures. I fired-up a nice boneless ribeye tonite. Just a little olive oil and a good shake of "Montreal Steak Seasoning" on each side. Looked quite a bit like that steak above. Probably tasted as good too. :-)
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    Twinwillow
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    RE: Saturday Grilling 2008/08/16 20:53:57 (permalink)
    Would you send me that bone, please. You can send it, freight collect.
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    Foodbme
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    RE: Saturday Grilling 2008/08/17 00:42:49 (permalink)

    Looks more like a Porterhouse than a T-Bone to me. Nice hunk of meat!
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    CCinNJ
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    RE: Saturday Grilling 2008/08/17 01:11:35 (permalink)
    No wire hangers!!! NO PAPER PLATES!!!

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    jfitz
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    RE: Saturday Grilling 2008/08/17 04:52:06 (permalink)
    Grandma Fitz would say "You better clean that bone up,remember all those starving children in Europe".
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    John A
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    RE: Saturday Grilling 2008/08/17 17:44:44 (permalink)
    Got me drooling.
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    mikeam
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    RE: Saturday Grilling 2008/08/17 19:08:54 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by jfitz

    Grandma Fitz would say "You better clean that bone up,remember all those starving children in Europe".


    I did clean that bone up Flintstone Style before throwing it away!



    oops gotta go.....the coals are ready!

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    RE: Saturday Grilling 2008/08/21 10:45:51 (permalink)
    Mike, that is the kind of steaks I plan on grilling up on my new cast iron griddle pan.

    Ever use one? If so, any advice?












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    susanll
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    RE: Saturday Grilling 2008/08/21 10:50:03 (permalink)
    You didn't actually eat it off the paper plate, right? The plate is too clean, one shot to the next.
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    mayor al
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    RE: Saturday Grilling 2008/08/21 10:57:56 (permalink)


    JAKE- We use a cast-iron skillet often to do our Steaks. Just a touch of Bacon-fat, heat it up good and let'em go. Works for us every time!

    McDuff, Our older Scottie saw the 'Bone' Photo and started wagging his tail in approval..He expects that to arrive shortly. Let me know when you ship it !

    Our local Market has the T-Bones at $5.99 a LB this week. I called in my order for 15, cut 1.5 inches thick and using the first four or five cuts from the 'Porterhouse end'. Our local guy knows his beef, and (so far) has honored my requests for the larger filet pieces.

    We used to each eat one of this beauties (with some left-overs scraps), but now One does it just fine for the two of us. This leaves us with one great doggie-bone, and Two Doggies to satisfy. OHHH, The decisions !!

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    WarToad
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    RE: Saturday Grilling 2008/08/21 11:07:32 (permalink)
    Best part of a T-bone or bone-in ribeye, is gnawing on the bone!
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    RE: Saturday Grilling 2008/08/22 18:52:10 (permalink)
    Sorry, when I hear Food Lion I think of 20/20.

    But, that was a long time ago.
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    RE: Saturday Grilling 2008/08/22 18:57:55 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Al-The Mayor-Bowen



    JAKE- We use a cast-iron skillet often to do our Steaks. Just a touch of Bacon-fat, heat it up good and let'em go. Works for us every time!

    McDuff, Our older Scottie saw the 'Bone' Photo and started wagging his tail in approval..He expects that to arrive shortly. Let me know when you ship it !

    Our local Market has the T-Bones at $5.99 a LB this week. I called in my order for 15, cut 1.5 inches thick and using the first four or five cuts from the 'Porterhouse end'. Our local guy knows his beef, and (so far) has honored my requests for the larger filet pieces.

    We used to each eat one of this beauties (with some left-overs scraps), but now One does it just fine for the two of us. This leaves us with one great doggie-bone, and Two Doggies to satisfy. OHHH, The decisions !!



    OMG!!!!!!!! To think it's taco night for the kids..........
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    roossy90
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    RE: Saturday Grilling 2008/08/26 18:47:03 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by mikeam

    quote:
    Originally posted by jfitz

    Grandma Fitz would say "You better clean that bone up,remember all those starving children in Europe".


    I did clean that bone up Flintstone Style before throwing it away!



    Threw it away?

    Gigi says shame on you!
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