I have issues with the smell of Subway. Years ago, they smelled of fresh baked bread. Now they have an acidic, terrible smell. If in a mall or strip, the odor penetrates the stores next door. I don't know how they can stand it all day.
You should tag it:
Subway has Applewood pulled pork, Arby's has Brisket. Maybe I'll sell my Egg and just eat out.
This post is sarcasm , BTW.
Still not able to find that Sarcasm font.
+1 with @hapster and his caveman style. Great for rib eyes. Put them right on the hot coals a couple minutes a side, and finish raised direct if they need more cooking. For Filet or Tenderloin, I like to pan sear in CI. Get a griddle hot (500+) and …
Only thing I'd change is to do it on the Egg. Vacation house next week only has a gasser - great for burgers and dogs. The Brisket and Pulled Pork were cooked this past weekend, vac sealed and in the freezer ready for vacation.