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#101 circumstantial tree

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Posted 08 April 2011 - 03:24 PM

QUOTE (Lost In Xanadu @ Apr 8 2011, 04:21 PM)
QUOTE (circumstantial tree @ Apr 8 2011, 02:14 PM)
I just watched that guy (is his name Guy?) on Food Network. He doesn't seem so bad. Interesting spiky hair since there is a woman who follows him who has similar hair (and is annoying).

Yes - Anne Burrell - I cannot stand the way she talks to her viewers. She talks like we are all idiots. And on the Worst Cooks show, she talks to her team like they are idiots. She is a hell of a chef though, I just can't get past the presentation.

Yeah, that's her. Definitely juvenile.  

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Posted 08 April 2011 - 04:32 PM

QUOTE (Mara @ Apr 8 2011, 02:37 PM)
QUOTE (ReflectedLight @ Apr 8 2011, 03:31 PM)
ever try that cuban style mojo seasoning?  it's pretty good stuff and used it for marinating flank steak the other day.

I go through adobo seasoning like mad myself.  Will have to give the mojo a shot.

use it on a pork shoulder...trust me.

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Posted 08 April 2011 - 05:06 PM

i like adobo but do they make a lower sodium version?  i need to watch my bp.  eh.gif  

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Posted 09 April 2011 - 06:06 PM

QUOTE (Digital Man @ Apr 8 2011, 05:59 AM)
QUOTE (nobodys hero @ Apr 7 2011, 11:14 AM)
QUOTE (tick @ Apr 6 2011, 07:44 PM)
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QUOTE (Lost In Xanadu @ Apr 6 2011, 10:18 AM)
You gonna share your technique tick-ster?

Sue why not.

Use a great steak like a rib eye.
Make sure you preheat your grill good and hot!
Marinate your steak 12 to 24 hours.
Take steak out of fridge and let it sit till its at room temperature.
Dry off steak before grilling. You don't want it wet.
Slap that sucker on diagonally across that grill and close the lid.
in 3 or 4 minutes turn it to the other angle diagonally to get nice cross grill marks, and close lid.
3 or 4 minutes later open lid and flip that sucker. Leave the heat high for 3 minutes then lower. Do the same diagonal thing as you did on the other side.
If you do this as I have told you, you will make kick ass steaks.
A nice ribeye will be perfection in 12 to 14 minutes depending on your grill.

12 - 14 minutes on a hot grill?  Is that for well done?

Hell no. Its between medium rare and medium when I cook them.
I love it slightest more then medium rare but not quite medium.


What marinade do you like best?

Montreal Steal spice, water and lime/lemon juice.

4-5 Tbsp Steak spice
1 cup water
few drops of limeor lemon juice.

Mix it all in a ziploc bag.  Put the water in first, this keeps the spice from getting wtuck in the corners of the bag.  Mix all ingredients well until most of the spice is disolved, 1-2  minutes.  Add the steak, making sure there is enough liquid to compeltely cover the steak. Leave for 12-24 hours.


I usually use Montreal Steak Seasoning dry on the steaks, but making a marinade of it sounds good.  I've never tried Yoshida's, I'll have to see if they sell it here.


Edited by nobodys hero, 09 April 2011 - 06:08 PM.


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Posted 10 April 2011 - 12:11 PM

QUOTE (nobodys hero @ Apr 9 2011, 06:06 PM)
QUOTE (Digital Man @ Apr 8 2011, 05:59 AM)
QUOTE (nobodys hero @ Apr 7 2011, 11:14 AM)
QUOTE (tick @ Apr 6 2011, 07:44 PM)
QUOTE (ILSnwdog @ Apr 6 2011, 01:29 PM)
QUOTE (tick @ Apr 6 2011, 10:24 AM)
QUOTE (Lost In Xanadu @ Apr 6 2011, 10:18 AM)
You gonna share your technique tick-ster?

Sue why not.

Use a great steak like a rib eye.
Make sure you preheat your grill good and hot!
Marinate your steak 12 to 24 hours.
Take steak out of fridge and let it sit till its at room temperature.
Dry off steak before grilling. You don't want it wet.
Slap that sucker on diagonally across that grill and close the lid.
in 3 or 4 minutes turn it to the other angle diagonally to get nice cross grill marks, and close lid.
3 or 4 minutes later open lid and flip that sucker. Leave the heat high for 3 minutes then lower. Do the same diagonal thing as you did on the other side.
If you do this as I have told you, you will make kick ass steaks.
A nice ribeye will be perfection in 12 to 14 minutes depending on your grill.

12 - 14 minutes on a hot grill?  Is that for well done?

Hell no. Its between medium rare and medium when I cook them.
I love it slightest more then medium rare but not quite medium.


What marinade do you like best?

Montreal Steal spice, water and lime/lemon juice.

4-5 Tbsp Steak spice
1 cup water
few drops of limeor lemon juice.

Mix it all in a ziploc bag.  Put the water in first, this keeps the spice from getting wtuck in the corners of the bag.  Mix all ingredients well until most of the spice is disolved, 1-2  minutes.  Add the steak, making sure there is enough liquid to compeltely cover the steak. Leave for 12-24 hours.


I usually use Montreal Steak Seasoning dry on the steaks, but making a marinade of it sounds good.  I've never tried Yoshida's, I'll have to see if they sell it here.


i just used montreal streak seasoning on some steaks last night.  i like it but it couldn't save the steaks i overcooked.  the steaks weren't that thick and it would have came out better if i pan fried them with a quick sear rather than put them on the barbeque.  

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Posted 04 August 2017 - 10:36 PM

Definitely Alton Brown I loved his show Good Eats because not only did He make some awesome dishes but his show was really entertaining I mean what better use of demonstrating the purpose of yeast than using sock puppets.

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Posted 16 September 2017 - 07:54 PM

Favorite food show is The Best Thing I Ever Ate, some great dishes and places.

Another one for cooking steaks in a cast iron pan.  Doing New York strips for tomorrow's dinner.

No store bought marinades for me,  make all of those from scratch.  The same for finishing sauces.




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