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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by harleyfx69, Apr 7, 2010.

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    Damnit. Now I need to wipe off the drool from my keyboard. Care to share the recipe?
     
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    scott, i dont use set recipes,

    other than tempertures and cook times,

    but ill help ya out as best i can,

    get yourself the roast in the size and cut that you want, i prefer rib eyes with a good marbleing of fat in them,

    cover the entire thing in honey and then rub the garlic finely chopped into it, along with sprinkling the garlic salt, montreal steak seasoning, fresh chopped pepper and salt crackers, you really cant put too much on,

    then i had a very high heat under a cast iron skillet just to kind of crystalize the honey onto the outside on all edges ,

    then onto the charcoal grill for around 5 minutes a side IIRC, so total cook time is something like 30-40 minutes ..

    and thats for the rare that you see
     
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    Rib Eye is my favorite steak. Love it cooked medium with veggies and a baked potato.:eat:
     
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    I just got done eating a 1 1/2 in grilled ribeye.Scallops and a loaded potato.I'm stuffed.'08.
     
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    What I had for dinner wasn't worthy of a picture: one Sam Adams Light, two Manwhich/ground beef tortillas.
     
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    dont worry,

    tonights dinner is nothing special,

    i ran out of lighter fluid, and i dont have any other way to light my charcoal ..

    so i am thinking its going to be some oven broiled chicken drum sticks , and some steamed / boiled brocoli and a salad ..
     
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    I'm going to fire up the BBQ this weekend after I get back from the range. I'm thinking of doing a ribeye. The way I see things, while the meat is cooking I'll be drinking a nice cold soda and clean a couple of Glocks. Ah life is good.
     
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    Tagged, love it!
     
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    That looks absolutely delicious!
     
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    My wife does this amazing salt crusted rib eye roast. Puts a dry rub on it the day before, then has a fairly thick layer of sea salt (big crystal type) on it when she slow roast it, Just melts in your mouth... So good! I do most of the cooking and have tried to recreate what she has done but it never turns out as good as what she does.
    Looking at this made me hungry for some. May have to go purchase one and have her do it up. With garlic mashed potatoes, roasted vegies, and a nice Cab.... mmmm.
    Looks good man. May have to try that one some time. Just my wifes is soo good. Maybe I can get two roast?
     
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    in some areas this is considered "cruel and unusual punishment".
     
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    well tonights dinner ended up being digiornio supreme ,

    but i am making a rice / brocoli / ground turkey / mushroom gravy caserole type dish..

    very tasty and spicy :)
     
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    That looks good. Next time try it without the honey. Good beef doesn't need a whole lot of extra flavors. You could just cover that roast in olive oil, good doses of salt and pepper, fresh garlic with rosemary and thyme. With that perfect cook temperature you showed on the meat, it would be tasty. Don't forget to baste that meat!!
     
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    ill try that next time 84s,

    but i have always enjoyed a very flavorful and seared to a crust outter edge of roast,

    i like the inside to be meat, but the outside can be the flavored ..