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Old 09-15-2010, 11:30 PM   #76
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This is wonderful... I must save it to my computer so I can share this with others.
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Old 09-16-2010, 12:07 AM   #77
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I'm kinda scared to find out what a "herp dong" is
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That's what I was saying. A slow cooked steak never gets anywhere near rare.
So I assume you never cooked on a charcoal grill?

Trust me, try it next time...you sear boht sides, then put it off to the side, and take it off when it's in between rare and medium rare. It can be done, it's done across the country every day. You will never taste a better steak. Very succulant and juicy. I can NOT eat a dry steak at all. Not even with a ton of A-1 sauce.
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I'm kinda scared to find out what a "herp dong" is
LOL...that made me laugh!

I want to know what the hell he smoked to make everything look like that and sound like that. Gotta be some weed laced with some crazy stuff.
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So...did Buster like the steak? Is he staying for breakfast?
ZING. Definitely LOL.
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Old 09-17-2010, 02:45 PM   #81
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ZING. Definitely LOL.
I'll let Buster answer for himself on that one.
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So I assume you never cooked on a charcoal grill?

Trust me, try it next time...you sear boht sides, then put it off to the side, and take it off when it's in between rare and medium rare. It can be done, it's done across the country every day. You will never taste a better steak. Very succulant and juicy. I can NOT eat a dry steak at all. Not even with a ton of A-1 sauce.
I cook on a charcoal grill all the time. And if you look above, you'll see that i gave similar advice to yours. But that is different than slow cooking.
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I cook on a charcoal grill all the time. And if you look above, you'll see that i gave similar advice to yours. But that is different than slow cooking.
Charcoal grill cooking is slow cooking.
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Charcoal grill cooking is slow cooking.
can be, not is
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Last night I had a 16 to 17 oz NY Strip that we split and it was so good I think I could have put down the whole steak by myself. I cooked it pretty hard on both sides for about 5min each side. I cook it for 2 1/2 min then rotate the steak 1/4 turn then another 2 1/2 min then flip and repeat.
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Last night I had a 16 to 17 oz NY Strip that we split and it was so good I think I could have put down the whole steak by myself. I cooked it pretty hard on both sides for about 5min each side. I cook it for 2 1/2 min then rotate the steak 1/4 turn then another 2 1/2 min then flip and repeat.
How do you usually cook salmon?
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Very late to the party, but sounds like your steaks during out fine 12th.

If you think charcoal is hard work, you're not doing it right. firstdown recommended the chimney starter. Load it up with coals, light newspaper underneath and within 15 minutes, you're cooking. Not as easy as turning a dial and clicking a button for gas, but damn well close enough. Plus charcoal trumps gas for flavor every day of the week and twice on Sunday. Did a london broil on my Weber not too long ago and it turned out a great dinner and sandwiches the next day. Used McCormick's Brown Sugar Bourbon marinade on it, and the flavor was very nice.
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Old 09-20-2010, 05:04 PM   #88
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How do you usually cook salmon?
Here is what my wife does.

Place salmon on a greased baking dish (the glass kind) skin down. I like leaving on the skin because it holds in moister and you can just eat the fish right off the skin. She gives the top side a light coat of Dijon mustard, squeeze on some lemon juice, salt, pepper, paprika, and bake for about 15min. on 400. You may need to play around with the cooking time a few minutes either way.


I also like to blacken the salmon in a hot pan but if you cannot do that out side it will smoke up you house. I can get you name of the seasoning I use when I get home tonight as its the best I have found.
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How do you usually cook salmon?
Do what this guy says and you will be fine!
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How do you usually cook salmon?
Or you could do this, which happens to be my preferred method of making salmon.
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