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  1. #1
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    May 2009
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    Thumbs up a mean t-bone/or any steak

    i have learned to cook a mean steak or at least my family thinks so.i get a 2 lb. or 3lb. t-bone, my favorit seasoning worchestershire sauce, onion powder,garlic powder,blackened seasoning, lawrys seasoning. cover both sides with the powders. then poke with a fork all over both sides, then add your worchestershire sauce, both sides. allow sauce to get in to the meat. then the main thing is beer, even if you dont drink it taste great,pour 1/2 of a 12oz can of bud light or your favorit. cover pan but in ref. for 6 hours fliping every hour. then on your grill cook at 200-250 until your desired taste, me med. it takes about 1 hr. i personaly think its better then any restraunt can do ,so i dont like to order a steak win me and the wife go out because they just cant compare. well if yu try this and it workes for you please let me know how it turnes out good luck. try with any steak you want. also at first siere your steak first then turn your heat down to temp. stated above.

  2. #2
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    Welcome to the Joint, T-Bone.
    That sounds like a great steak! I'll have to try it sometime.
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  3. #3
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    T bone ,Thanks for sharing the recipe but we love our pictures around here.
    If you are unsure of how to post pictures most people here use photobucket.

    Here is a link to the tutorial.

    http://72.167.135.4/forum/showthread.php?t=2647
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  4. #4
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    NW Indiana
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    to the joint, now that is a way to break the ice!!!

    What R U cookin on?? I have tried similar prep but using red wine instead of beer, will have to give it a go!
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  5. #5
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    I use a method like that often. You basically rest the steak as it finishes cooking. that and the flavor of the drippings smoking up off the fire is incredible.

    Ever try this?

  6. #6
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    that is good info there, I had no idea that product was available!!

    Thanks for sharin, keeping eyes peeled for that one!!

    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    I use a method like that often. You basically rest the steak as it finishes cooking. that and the flavor of the drippings smoking up off the fire is incredible.

    Ever try this?
    MEMBER: BERGIE BBQ team 2011, 2012.




  7. #7
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    Sounds great! I will have to give that a try. Show us some pics next time you grill on up!

  8. #8
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    Searing the meat ( any beef ) and then finishing at a lower temp always gets good results, especially the smoke from the drippings. Way to go and to The Q Joint. Drop us a line at the " Come on in and sit down ". Tell us a little about yourself and your cooking gear.

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