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Did some porterhouse tonight

WessBWessB Posts: 6,937
edited 9:25AM in EggHead Forum
figured somebody had to get this train back on track...anyway..these things were a little on thin side for eggin so I did on the about 500° they were done in about 6-8 minutes...nothing fancy...just as juicy and delicious as ever...a little garlic salt and onion powder..and we was is good..[p]Wess


  • WessB,[p]I cooked some T bones the other night with great results. I just rubbed with our favorite spices and the put them on the egg. Just before flipping, I mopped the top side with butter. When the time reached 3 minutes, I mopped both sides with butter and let it dwell in the shell for another 2 minutes. Turned out too good. [p]KT

  • WessBWessB Posts: 6,937
    I hope to one day try the ghee (clarified butter) that has been talked about here in the past..although I have never tried it, others make it sound very good on a steak..[p]Wess

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