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Old 01-08-2013, 09:35 AM   #16
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So how did that steak turn out last night and did you set off a smoke alarm?. My guess is you had to pan cook that thing for 15min or it was very rare.
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Dinner is Friday (my actual B-Day). I will let you know then.
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$700 for a grill? I do not doubt it's superior quality, but seriously? There is no way in this age of mass production that a grill should cost that much money. I can see them selling for half of that.
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$700 for a grill? I do not doubt it's superior quality, but seriously? There is no way in this age of mass production that a grill should cost that much money. I can see them selling for half of that.
i don't know what they go for, i guess $700 is msrp?
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Okay, so for my B-day, I have a beautiful two inch thick, bone in, two pound prime rib steak.

For the chef's on here - What's the best way to cook the beast?
Here watch the video I have done it plenty of times. IT creates some smoke but just run the fan. The fire department is not coming.

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It comes out really good. Make sure your steak is room temp before cooking it.
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Here watch the video I have done it plenty of times. IT creates some smoke but just run the fan. The fire department is not coming.

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It comes out really good. Make sure your steak is room temp before cooking it.
when i go wrong, this is where i go wrong
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when i go wrong, this is where i go wrong
It is because the internal temp is too low. I usually take my steaks a 1.5 hours before cooking.
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With all due respect... hells no that chunk of cow flesh is all mine.

Thanks guys. I think the pan sear is the way we are going to go. The question is how long on each side in the oven. It is bone in and a good two inches thick.
Don't need to flip in oven really. Sear that baddaboy on both sides hard and throw it into the hottest your oven can get. Should be done in a couple minutes.
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when i go wrong, this is where i go wrong
I only let a thicker steak get to room temp. A thinner steak I want very cold so it does not cook to quick and I can get a better sear on the meat without over coooking it.
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Here watch the video I have done it plenty of times. IT creates some smoke but just run the fan. The fire department is not coming.

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It comes out really good. Make sure your steak is room temp before cooking it.

I personally like a steak broiled in the oven the most (this sounds just as good). But i only do it if i have to because of all the smoke that causes the house to smell like shit for a couple days. My kitchen isnt fully exhausted though, just an over-range microwave vent.
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I personally like a steak broiled in the oven the most (this sounds just as good). But i only do it if i have to because of all the smoke that causes the house to smell like shit for a couple days. My kitchen isnt fully exhausted though, just an over-range microwave vent.
If you do it Alton's way most of the smoke is at the range. Once you get it in the oven you have gotten must if not all of the entail smoke out of the way.


But I hear you, it is why I don't ever really cook bacon I hate having that smell around forever.
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I dont have a skillet, but it would be nice to try one day.

Ive have actually had really good secuss baking bacon. I put foil on a cookie sheet/pan and then lay the bacon right next to each other. No major smell and easy to clean up.
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I dont have a skillet, but it would be nice to try one day.

Ive have actually had really good secuss baking bacon. I put foil on a cookie sheet/pan and then lay the bacon right next to each other. No major smell and easy to clean up.
you need a iron skillet. Period.
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When I fix a steak I usually go to my grill. It gives a better flavor, sear, all of that. So take it out of the fridge a while before starting. I usually have a very hot side of the grill to get a good sear. Then my middle grate has less fire but still the heat. Once I get both sides seared well move it to the middle grate until it's about medium or at least what the thumb test tells me. Enjoy it ! And an early Happy Birthday to you !
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