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  • Sorry - the above post should have said 600 degrees - not 650-700.  Can't figure out how to edit prior comments.
  • I followed BOWHUNR's advice, and it worked great.  I ended up doing two tenderloins as our dinner group expanded from 10 - 15. Seared both sides at 600 for two minutes each side, rested covered for 15 minutes, then put back on at 350 until my I-Gril…
  • Hey man.  I just got mine for xmas, and did two tenderloins for dinner (4 - 5 pounds each trimmed for 15 people).  Used the T-Rex Method - Seared both sides at 650-700 for two minutes each, rested covered for 15 minutes, then put back on at 350 unti…
  • Hey Bob, doing the same thing on Xmas night with my new egg that I am getting.  I posted a similar request in the beef section (how to cook an Chateaubriand)?  I am definitely going to sear mine because we like the outside to be crusty, so we shall …
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