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    I've got cast iron. Could you explain to us plastic spooners what's goin on there HS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CurLee View Post
    I've got cast iron. Could you explain to us plastic spooners what's goin on there HS?
    Hes cooking a steak in cast iron. Possibly stovetop to oven or oven to stove top. Like sear and bake or bake then sear.
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    I figured that much out.

    Lot of oil just to sear, no? What kind of oil? What's in the spoon?

    I've tried the sear and bake. Tasted like roast beef.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CurLee View Post
    I figured that much out.

    Lot of oil just to sear, no? What kind of oil? What's in the spoon?

    I've tried the sear and bake. Tasted like roast beef.
    Probably butter

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    I don't do the reverse sear, or whatever. If it's just a steak for me, at the house.. The pan is the option I normally take. It's butter, thrown in towards the end then spooned over until its finished

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    I cooked bacon wrapped filets on the BGE tonight. 700* on the cast iron grate around 4 min on each side. Nice and rare finish. Forgot to take pic of the inside.




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    Damn, yall have me wanting to go for round two
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    Nice!
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    I have never understood bacon wrapped
    Filets. I absolutely love bacon, but I want my filet to taste like a filet, not bacon.
    Trkykilr is .25 better than me.

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    I once had a filet with a pocket cut into it and the pocket was stuffed with oysters.
    The raw oysters were placed in the filet pocket before cooking.
    It was amazing, cant remember where but think it was in a swanky restaurant in New Orleans.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chessbay View Post
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