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Pork Steak Questions

EggRacerEggRacer Posts: 400
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
I can find several archived posts about marinating or adding bbq sauce to pork steaks carved from a Boston Butt but I don't find how they were cooked. What I know so far is to get a Boston Butt and have it sliced into half inch steaks. Then they were either marinated and grilled or grilled then thrown into a pan with bbq sauce to simmer. What I don't know is what dome temp to cook them, how long, direct or indirect, what moon phase is best :-), etc... I know I'll get some differing ideas but I would appreciate more info from anyone who has done this or stayed at a Holiday Inn Express. Thanks.
XLBGE & LBGE
North Richland Hills, TX
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  • EggRacerEggRacer Posts: 400
    EggRacer,[p]I just noticed thirdeyes method below. Any other suggestions?
    XLBGE & LBGE
    North Richland Hills, TX
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  • EggRacer,
    Just got through posting about the pork steaks I did today. Mine were 3/4 thick. Go down to the post from yesterday where I asked the same questions and Thirdeye's comments will walk you through it. Good luck.

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  • EggRacer,
    No, no more suggestions, I just pretty much followed his directions. I put Dizzy Dust on them before I cooked them and that's all the prep work I did to them.

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