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    First steak on the new Blaze grill

    I did a front sear which turned out to be a good idea because they were done after the sear.

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    #2
    Looks Perfect!

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      #3
      Dude....looks good, real good.

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        #4
        Nice

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          #5
          Very nice! Did you use one of Blaze’s infrared burners? I have been eyeballing the 316 SS version, one of the best I’ve found for marine air locations like where I live.

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            #6
            Yeah, I did use a sear burner which I'm liking a lot.

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              #7
              Blaze & Saber are the two gassers I'm thinking about if I were to think about one. Steak looks perfect to me too.

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                #8
                Looking good. I’ve got a Blaze charcoal grill built into my bbq island. Great grill.

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                  #9
                  @Santamarina I've never really looked closely at their charcoal grill but I just took a look. That must be fun to cook on. I would love to see some pics of it in action.
                  Last edited by Attjack; October 25, 2019, 12:29 PM.

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                    #10
                    Delicious. Getting hungry. Too bad it's a Strip..... just kidding

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                      #11
                      A sear cook, that reminds me of the time I first bought a good gasser. I was a complete novice with gas and figured I'd go ahead and turn the sear burner on high, quick sear my steaks then leave them on the regular burner to finish. Not sure how hot that sear station got, maybe 600-700* but I put the steaks on there and walked into the house to grab something. By the time I walked back the steaks were completely engulfed in flames and charred to a crisp !!! I think we ended up ordering pizza that night.

                      Glad to see you treaded lightly, good job on that steak and congrats on the new cooker !!

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                      • HouseHomey
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                        Bwahahaha

                      • Dewesq55
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                        Troutman next time get a thicker steak and cook it like that on purpose 😁

                      #12
                      Looks great. I also do a front sear as the wife likes her steak x-rare and I'm not far behind at r-med-rare.

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                      • Attjack
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                        My girlfriend likes everything well done but I tend to deliver medium well and even slowly crossing into the medium zone. I think in time she will get used to more tender meats. But on the plus side of the situation, I get to practice hitting different levels of doneness.

                      • Dewesq55
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                        Attjack I don't think I could survive in a relationship where my sig oth liked well done beef. You're a better man than I, Gunga Din.

                      #13
                      Real nice!

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                        #14
                        Yeah they were. I hat it when that happens. It happens to me sometimes with chicken. Ugh!

                        that strip is legit though.
                        nice work.

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                          #15
                          Well Done, my friend! Wait, I think I must mean very nicely done, because that sure looks like medium rare, not well done! (Obviously the sight of such a gorgeous steak makes me befuddled)!

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