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Grilled South Dakota Rib Eye Steak

KBKB Posts: 144
edited 12:25AM in EggHead Forum
With made from scratch bake beans and grilled corn on the cob with cilantro pesto



  • texasAUtigertexasAUtiger Posts: 154
    Very nice! Everything looks great, but that beautifully colored grilled corn really caught my eye!
  • FluffybFluffyb Posts: 1,815
    Wow, looks great. Love your plates.
  • KBKB Posts: 144
    The corn was so good for this early in the season (the high quality olive oil didn't hurt). Thanks for commenting.
  • KBKB Posts: 144
    I use that plate for photos. I normally eat on plastic ones. LOL.
  • rsmdalersmdale Posts: 2,472
    That is a great looking meal!!


  • :) great pic!
    love the plate, too
  • larrydlarryd Posts: 83
    Great looking meal
  • eenie meenieeenie meenie Posts: 4,393
    KB, your steak looks delicious. :) I really like how you plated the meal, the pic looks great wtih corn.
  • KBKB Posts: 144
    Thanks for the interest. I cooked everything with direct heat, about 450 to 480 deg F.

    Steak: about 4 minutes per side. After I dropped it on the grill, I didn't touch it for the first 4 minutes. About a minute after I flipped it, my remote thermometer signaled that it was done (135 deg) earlier than my instant read thermometer, which was reading about 125 deg once I removed it. I threw it back on to finish the 4 minutes on the second side.

    Corn: I peeled back the husk and removed the silk before I threw the corn on the grill. For an initial cooking period, I returned the the husk to cover the kernels. I peeled back the husk a few minutes before it was done cooking so I could impart a grilled flavor. Some of the ears had brown grill marks on the kernels. The cilantro pesto was applied at the dinner table.

    Beans: I cooked the beans in a dutch oven. They were still a bit hard after 4 hours. I will start those earlier next time, but the homemade seasonings sure were good: molasses, honey mustard, Sriracha hot sauce, etc.
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