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a couple pics....

highpresshighpress Posts: 694
edited 1:10PM in EggHead Forum
So here's a couple pics of dinner that past two nights. Sunday was steak and potatoes and monday was burgers. yes, i know, i have as much skill as a photagropher as a brick wall...

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two ribeyes, seared on the new CI grate for 2 mins each side around 700.

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plated with baked potato.

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The two left over halves...

Ok, steak could have been better. Too much char and steaks were too thin to begin with. I wanted 1 1/2" thick but best i could was about 1" from a local grocer. they turned out medium to medium rare which is good....

the next night was hamburger with corn on the con. turned our awes

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corn with bacon cooking...

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all most done...

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plated...

sorry the pics kind of suck. i'll try better next time... :unsure: But the food was really really good. Steaks could have been better, burgers were awesome.

Comments

  • The burgers look awesome, kinda bummed I just put a chicken on the egg. Red meat wins every time.
  • Highpress...Good looking meals there!! :laugh: Everything looks great!! Thanks for sharing! ;)
  • HossHoss Posts: 14,600
    Great lookin meals!!!Keep em commin! ;)
  • RRPRRP Posts: 18,648
    They all looking tasty! Just a thought in the future when you're egging thin steaks you might want to try hot tubbing them. That way the centers are warm and you don't need much time to sear so they won't get charred on you. OTOH hot tubbing works great for thick steak too! Guess I'm just a hot tubber fan!
    L, M, S, Mini
    Ron
    Dunlap, IL
  • You gottaa be kidding, love the red stuff, but chicken off the egg is to die for. End of story. ;)

    Doug
  • Thank you. allthough i could have done a better job of taking some decent pics.. :whistle: :blush:
  • RipnemRipnem Posts: 5,511
    Now that's my kinda plate o grub. Tater haven! :)
  • yeah i've actually tried hot tubbing once on a london broil that turned out excellent. might have to try it on ribeyes. For whatever reason there was too much char on these steaks. Again, this was first atempt. will do better next time. ;) B)
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