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How to cook a steak

sdbeltsdbelt Posts: 267
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
The California Barbecue Association has this to say about how to cook a steak:[p] Grilling a Steak[p]Also, the link on that page for USDA Grading, correctly notes that Prime is the best grade of beef you can buy, though there are organizations that would work to have you think otherwise, or have you think you are getting Prime, when in fact you are getting Choice.[p]Of the folks on this forum that I have seen share their cooking technique for steak, Tim M's method comes closest to aligning with the above. However, I'd be curious to know what the Association thinks of dwelling, as it's my guess they don't assume that every cooker is possible of performing a dwell. If anyone here is a member of that Association, I'd be curious as to whether the topic has come up.[p]Enjoy![p]--sdb



  • sdbelt,
    Using the realse method also works very well with fish (cooked a lower temps of course) to decide when to turn.

  • DavidRDavidR Posts: 178
    sdbelt,[p]Thanks for the link. I gotta remember what grade of steak to use the next time I grill. I used the 'select' grade from Sam's the last time, and they didn't turn out well at all.

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