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best way to grill a t-bone?

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by MNorby, Jun 16, 2006.

  1. MNorby

    MNorby 3/4 ton status Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    Anyone got their special recipe for cookin a t-bone steak on the grill? Thank ya'll
     
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    we soak most of our bbq in pineapple juice. the other trick is to start the meat on the bottom rack then after it starts to sweat, move it to the top rack and place a pan of hot water on the lower rack. basicly a BBQ sauna. if you love sauce, now is the time to brush on the suace. it really opens the meat and makes it tender as can be. I bet if you try it this way the meat falls off the bone,LOL
     
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    Watch for the muzzleflash!
    another way to tenderize is to soak it in beer or pop for a day or two...
     
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    gas grill.charcoal grill?charcoal is harder but tastes better. flip it alot on charcoal ir you like it well done.I like mine MOOOING when i cut into it.on a gas grill i heard 7 minutes a side???;)
     
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    :D TOO much work and it won't taste like red meat.:haha:
     
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    Stomper ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ GMOTM Winner

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    Plain, and as fast as you can without burning it
     
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    Hot, hot, hot. One flip and off.
     
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    ...um... just say no....

    now.. grilled tofu.. thats another story
     
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    Rub with garlic salt and pepper, toss it onto a hot charcoal grill, lid on, flip after four minutes, cook for another three on the other side (I said HOT grill, right?) Pull it off, toss a pat of butter on top, and let it "rest" wrapped in foil for four or five minutes. A perfect medium/medium rare steak. Dip your bites in al that yummy buttery juice in the foil.
     
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    Went camping once and had some t-bones from some beef that was on My Parents ranch. It was range feed and a year old when slaughtered. All I did was put on some cracked black pepper and kosher salt and cooked them over Kingsford charcoal until medium rare. The best I have ever had. So much better than store bought. Not to mention it seasoned for a month in the meat locker.
     
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    you know what? you can keep your more gooder meat stories to your self.:laugh: :laugh: :laugh: please:D
     
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    Yup![​IMG]That is the only way to cook a T-bone. To eat a T-bone well done is sacreligious. Did he mention the grill has to be hot?[​IMG]:D.
    The only thing i can add is to cover them in saut'eed garlic cloves or onions.
     
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    MNorby 3/4 ton status Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    gas grill and I need to get some rocks for it yet. I don't have much for seasonings besides the basics and some A1 is all.
     
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    milk works awesome to marinate it in.
     
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    best way I have found to grill a T bone steak is to let my women cook on the BBQ whilst I relax and drink a frosty cold beer and watch tv. I ALLWAYS seem to cook it perfectly that way :D :haha: LOL!
     
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    Gas is fine. I use gas. crank it all the way up (I cook at 550-600) and grill away. A little salt/pepper is fine. And the butter sugested buy mofugly13 is a great touch.
     
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    all i can say to this is ...........:confused: WHY?:confused: ......you are missing the finest of foods in exchange for recycled silly putty. yuck
     

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