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So, since she is not a big fan of wild game and she is off making wedding plans with the daughter, I decided to get out some elk ribeyes. There were three in the package. Cut about 1" think, 4" long and 3" wide. VERY LEAN as you can see. Sprayed with a little butter spray then salt and pepper. Direct heat at 550 for 60 seconds each side. WOW!!! Home Run. I did settle for minute rice and a salad instead of a baked potato, but WOW. Since this is Veterans Day, I would like to thank Chris Hickman (a soldier from Wyoming who gave me the meat) for his service.
(in the extreme western panhandle of NE)