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    How Should Steak Be Cooked?



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    That picture is a trick question. Those are all too cooked.
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    I'd accept anything in the left column. Anything on the right is gonna take too long to chew and probably taste like an old shoe.
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    How Should Steak Be Cooked?

    B or maybe E. Depends on the steak. B for thin cut and E for thicker cuts.


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    A or C. Anything over MED-RARE may as well be burned!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BruteForce View Post
    A or C. Anything over MED-RARE is burned!
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    I like them bloody...but it’s hard to get one properly cooked rare. “A” would be acceptable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by twotimer View Post
    I like them bloody...but itís hard to get one properly cooked rare. ďAĒ would be acceptable.
    I'm a steak-snob. You've never had one of my steaks or Prime Rib roasts. I get RARE and MED Rare perfection..
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    I know those of you hardcore grillers or smokers will probably say bull shit. But seriously this method of cooking a steak is easy. Makes the best steak I have ever cooked.

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    Put them on the smoker at 225 until internal temp reaches 125. Take off and foil cover the plate while the smoker heats to 600+ with open flames. 25-30 seconds, rotate 90 degrees, 25-30 seconds, flip, 25-30 seconds, rotate 90 degrees, 25-30 seconds- take off. Steaks will have a mild smoke flavor with a Med-Rare texture.

    I read this on a smoker grilling site a couple of years ago and have done it ever since. I took the wife to Ruth's Chris last fall - she commented that they need to learn how to cook a good steak!

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