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Old 01-09-2013, 09:25 AM   #31
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But I hear you, it is why I don't ever really cook bacon I hate having that smell around forever.
Serious? That's the BEST part about making bacon.
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Old 01-09-2013, 10:03 AM   #32
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Serious? That's the BEST part about making bacon.
No shit. Nothing better then waking up to the aroma of bacon and coffee.

Did we ever get a report back from Joeredskin about how his steak went or maybe his body is in a cholesterol shock from him eating a 2 inch thick ribeye.
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No shit. Nothing better then waking up to the aroma of bacon and coffee.

Did we ever get a report back from Joeredskin about how his steak went or maybe his body is in a cholesterol shock from him eating a 2 inch thick ribeye.
Dude he told you Friday he is cooking it.

As for the smell yes it is great but come 2 in the afternoon I don't like my house smelling like a IHOP.
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^ Agree, baking it is the way to go. Easy cleanup, less lingering smell. Just easier overall.
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^ Agree, baking it is the way to go. Easy cleanup, less lingering smell. Just easier overall.
Obviously the best way is doing it bed side with a George Foreman; just don't burn your foot.
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Obviously the best way is doing it bed side with a George Foreman; just don't burn your foot.
lol classic Michael Scott

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lol classic Michael Scott

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Re: How To Cook A Rib Steak

I'm a grill guy when it comes to steaks. Any steaks...charcoal grill, dual zone. Sear both sides on direct side, finish off on indirect side.

Bacon - we always bake it. I have a few of these that I put on a cookie sheet. Put bacon on rack, put rack in cookie sheet, put sheet in 350-375 degree oven until done.
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I'm a grill guy when it comes to steaks. Any steaks...charcoal grill, dual zone. Sear both sides on direct side, finish off on indirect side.

Bacon - we always bake it. I have a few of these that I put on a cookie sheet. Put bacon on rack, put rack in cookie sheet, put sheet in 350-375 degree oven until done.
Yup, that's the way to do bacon. Well, the way my wife does it at least. I just reap the rewards of her work.
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Yup, that's the way to do bacon. Well, the way my wife does it at least. I just reap the rewards of her work.
My wife does most of the cooking, but when it comes to breakfast, I'm the one in the kitchen. Not that she doesn't make good breakfast (she does), but I love making breakfast. My Dad was the same way growing up. Weekends, he'd man the kitchen for some awesome breakfasts. He always told the same story about being a short order cook in a diner near College Park, where the main cook was able to crack 3 eggs at a time with one hand onto the griddle without any shells in the eggs.
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Re: How To Cook A Rib Steak

Thanks for all the advice. We ended up pan searing and oven roasting. Put it in the oven for about 8 mins. @ 500 and it came out perfect.
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Thanks for all the advice. We ended up pan searing and oven roasting. Put it in the oven for about 8 mins. @ 500 and it came out perfect.
Awesome!
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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.

Pan-Seared Rib-Eye Videos : Food Network

It comes out really good. Make sure your steak is room temp before cooking it.
Dude.... This recipe was AWESOME. I gave it a try and really enjoyed it. Steak was super tender, cooked perfectly. There was very little smoke. I used vegetable oil instead of canola because that's all we had. Added garlic powder and paprika.

My only regret. Moved the pan off the heat when I put the steak in... grabbed the handle out of habit to move it back. First degree burns for the win!
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Dude.... This recipe was AWESOME. I gave it a try and really enjoyed it. Steak was super tender, cooked perfectly. There was very little smoke. I used vegetable oil instead of canola because that's all we had. Added garlic powder and paprika.

My only regret. Moved the pan off the heat when I put the steak in... grabbed the handle out of habit to move it back. First degree burns for the win!
ahhhhhhhhhhhhh

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Dude.... This recipe was AWESOME. I gave it a try and really enjoyed it. Steak was super tender, cooked perfectly. There was very little smoke. I used vegetable oil instead of canola because that's all we had. Added garlic powder and paprika.

My only regret. Moved the pan off the heat when I put the steak in... grabbed the handle out of habit to move it back. First degree burns for the win!
Glad you liked it. I have been cooking with a iron skillet for awhile so i remember now not to touch it but i had my share of those moments too.
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