Fact, cooking a gangster ribeye is better in a pan than on a grill

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  1. h5htyt76757j

    h5htyt76757j Chyea Chyea Banned User

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    Nobody can tell me any different, ever.
     
  2. Schmoopy

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    igno
     
  3. Satori Brah

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    I like strip steaks better and on a grill :hat:

    no offense
     
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    Yup. Cast iron pan ftw.
     
  5. Mack

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    Truth
     
  6. h5htyt76757j

    h5htyt76757j Chyea Chyea Banned User

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    strip steaks are shit pieces of meat, you need the marbling in a ribeye for flavor :grad:
     
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    Have fun cleaning all the grease off the stove top later.

    Cooking out doors = no cleaning. :mrpeanut:
     
  8. Satori Brah

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    No I don't
     
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    I take a cast iron grill..Heat that sucker up in the oven on broil and throw a fatass ribeye on there..Let it sear..cook about 6 mins on each side and BAM!!!
     
  10. h5htyt76757j

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    if i have to clean to achieve superior taste, it is a no brainer.
     
  11. h5htyt76757j

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    cannot forget the braising with butter at the end, and the searing of the sude fat using tongs. :yes:
     
  12. Satori Brah

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    aware me on braising with butter :dontknow:

    I know they do it at my favorite restaurants
     
  13. NipplesAndToes23

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    Hell naw.
     
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    pretty sure AnimalGod could fuck up a ribeye
     
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    cast iron grate on the weber, right over the coals, hot and fast, w/a chunk of oak for good measure
     
  16. DrivenByDemons

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    Fuck yes! Mess free you say??? Cast Iron on the grill @ 600F. Don't forget the sides of the steak.
     
  17. Mr. Potato Head

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    I much prefer leaner cuts of meat. I love a good sirloin. :buffet:
     
  18. Satori Brah

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    thanks for explaining the butter braising, dickheads :rolleye:
     
  19. Mr. Potato Head

    Mr. Potato Head Darth Taterâ„¢ 2010 OG Gold

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    Sorry, not something I do. :dontknow:
     
  20. Satori Brah

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    no prob, Tater.

    How do you like your taters anyway? I'm a mashed guy, lots of butter, no milk, not super whipped
    like some people do