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Pork Steaks tonight

greennewbgreennewb Posts: 62
edited 11:09AM in EggHead Forum
Decided to cook thick center cut pork steaks tonight. These are about 1 3/4 inch thick. Cooked them at around 250 degrees for about 6 hours. They were very good.

Seasoned and ready to go on the grill
http://i740.photobucket.com/albums/xx44/MarknTonya/photo2.jpg

halfway through the cook


Ready to eat!!
http://i740.photobucket.com/albums/xx44/MarknTonya/photo5.jpg

Comments

  • Okay, so I guess I don't know how to properly attach a photobucket picture to this thread. If you click the first and last you can see it. But the pictures don't automatically come up.
  • Trying another method....

    Ready to go on the grill....
  • Lets try IMG:

    [img size=150][/img]photo5.jpg
  • [img size=150][/img]photo5.jpg
  • Okay, so how do I get my pictures to post? I have them on Photobucket. I can get the link to work, but many of you get pictures to automatically show in the thread.
  • FiretruckFiretruck Posts: 2,679
    Move your curser over the pic. Highlight the img under it. left click the img, copy, then bring it to the body of the post and left click, paste.
  • Let's try this:
    photo5.jpg
  • Now that I know how to do it, let's try this again:

    Ready to go on the grill:
    photo2.jpg

    Halfway through:
    photo4.jpg

    Ready to eat:
    photo5.jpg
  • FiretruckFiretruck Posts: 2,679
    Now ya got it!

    Nice job
  • djgdjg Posts: 19
    Great pictures, I hope you enjoyed your meal
  • Those are really thick porkers. I usually get them about 1 inch thick and weighing about 1 lb. They look great.

    Barry
    Marthasville, MO
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