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SkunkWorks

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Pre-Seasoned and vacuum-sealed Steaks.
Ribeye for me, and a NY Strip for my Wife.

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I got a Sous-Vide cooking setup for Christmas, so I've been trying out a few things......................

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133-degrees F for 3-1/2 hours.
The steaks come out looking like this.

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My Propane Grill has a Sear-burner on the side.
Got it nice and Hot!

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Seared for 1-minute each side in 30-second intervals, flipping and rotating in between.

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They came out amazing!

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I know this is how Restaurants do it...........

I have to say, this was one of the absolute best steaks I have ever cooked at home...............No Joke!
It was super tender and delicious!

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My Wife and I rounded out the meal with (Cauliflower-based) Veggie-Tots cooked in the Air-Fryer.

I'm not sure how I managed my "portion-control" but I only ate half of it for dinner last night.....................I took the other half to work with me for lunch today. :cool:
 

PhilPhilippines

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Philippines
Pre-Seasoned and vacuum-sealed Steaks.
Ribeye for me, and a NY Strip for my Wife.

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I got a Sous-Vide cooking setup for Christmas, so I've been trying out a few things......................

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133-degrees F for 3-1/2 hours.
The steaks come out looking like this.

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My Propane Grill has a Sear-burner on the side.
Got it nice and Hot!

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Seared for 1-minute each side in 30-second intervals, flipping and rotating in between.

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They came out amazing!

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I know this is how Restaurants do it...........

I have to say, this was one of the absolute best steaks I have ever cooked at home...............No Joke!
It was super tender and delicious!

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My Wife and I rounded out the meal with (Cauliflower-based) Veggie-Tots cooked in the Air-Fryer.

I'm not sure how I managed my "portion-control" but I only ate half of it for dinner last night.....................I took the other half to work with me for lunch today. :cool:
I eat red meat about once a year, but they look the ticket!
 

squarebore

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Apr 22, 2013
Messages
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Location
Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia
Pre-Seasoned and vacuum-sealed Steaks.
Ribeye for me, and a NY Strip for my Wife.

View attachment 75909

I got a Sous-Vide cooking setup for Christmas, so I've been trying out a few things......................

View attachment 75911

133-degrees F for 3-1/2 hours.
The steaks come out looking like this.

View attachment 75912

View attachment 75913

My Propane Grill has a Sear-burner on the side.
Got it nice and Hot!

View attachment 75915

Seared for 1-minute each side in 30-second intervals, flipping and rotating in between.

View attachment 75917

They came out amazing!

View attachment 75918

View attachment 75919

I know this is how Restaurants do it...........

I have to say, this was one of the absolute best steaks I have ever cooked at home...............No Joke!
It was super tender and delicious!

View attachment 75920

My Wife and I rounded out the meal with (Cauliflower-based) Veggie-Tots cooked in the Air-Fryer.

I'm not sure how I managed my "portion-control" but I only ate half of it for dinner last night.....................I took the other half to work with me for lunch today. :cool:
Very impressed. But it was the patriot plates that got me . Beautiful.

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fac191

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London
I remember the first time in the states i went into Dennys after copious amounts of beer. Ordererd steak and eggs. Half a cow and a chickhen hen full of eggs arrived.
 

SkunkWorks

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Very impressed. But it was the patriot plates that got me . Beautiful.

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I've had a set of these Plates for a long time.
I also have the matching Bowls and Coffee Mugs.

They were actually given to me by a friend who bought a "Model Home" that was fully furnished. These Dinnerware sets came displayed in the Kitchen Cabinets, and he didn't want them.
 

Sierra1

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You should have visited the restaurant a couple hours earlier. You likely would have had a floor show to accompany your meal. :D Now, if you ever go to a Waffle House in the middle of the night, you're almost guaranteed to see a floor show. :D
 

Sierra1

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Baby shower for Sparticus. Limited guest list. Burgers were relatively healthy. They were seasoned with McCormicks Worcestershire Pub Burger, and fajita seasoning. Then they were grilled/smoked with a mixture of pecan, and mesquite wood. The hot dogs. . . . well. . . . they're hot dogs, no way to make them healthy. shower.JPG
 
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