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    i tried this last week and i have to say it does a good job, i should've given it more time as it was a thick steak but overall it made the steak quite tender...bone appetit

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    that was a pretty cool link...i like to cook, and i like to eat...especially can find me out in the yard grilling a steak in january!


    • #3
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      we're the same way.....we love the taste of grilled food, especially when charcoal is involved.....i was going to try one of those Infrared grills this summer but i was out of work for a few months, but things look good for a holiday purchase...


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        nothing beats charcoal! gotta love the flame broiled


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          Originally posted by KR1156 View Post
          nothing beats charcoal! gotta love the flame broiled
          i agree, here's a shot from the last bbq of the season, not the greatest shot but you can't keep a juicy ribeye waiting for long:

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            I just lovew meat..nice find got to try that. Thanks for the link


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