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    Video: How To Cook A Steak Right

    It's done in the house, in cast iron. It involves dry brining, maillard reaction, butter, garlic, rosemary, shallots. And carry over cooking. And Chef Jean-Pierre!!!



    It's pretty darn good and aligns well with what we know in Amazing Ribs/Pitmaster

    #2
    I am subscribed to his YouTube channel. He does have fun and the love of cooking to share.

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    • ecowper
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      he's incredibly engaging, loves cooking, and cooks really well. Since I started looking at his videos I've learned a couple new tricks, which I love.

    • Mr. Bones
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      As am I. He is always so exuberant, an enthusiastic.

      His persona is embracing, an soothing...

      His manner of presentation is marvelous; he gives th First Timer confidence, an helps us all develop along, in Baby Steps.

      ecowper totally agree, both learned new an love that, Brother!

      Keep it comin, Life...
      Last edited by Mr. Bones; November 22, 2021, 03:43 PM.

    • IFindZeroBadCooks
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      That is a simply outstanding review Mr. Bones . You should post it for his channel!

    #3
    I'm a fan. I made his port beef stew recipe last week. So gooood!

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      #4
      Where has this guy been all my life? Very entertaining.

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        #5
        Wow! I had all intentions of watching for a couple of minutes only, not the whole 17 minutes. I could not stop. This guy is probably the most entertaining chef I’ve seen. Funny too!
        Last edited by Panhead John; November 28, 2021, 08:28 AM.

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        • ecowper
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          Yes, I have to force myself to only watch one of his videos a day.

        #6
        I do like this guy.

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          #7
          Just throwing this out there and saving it myself for future reference.

          Fish & Chips

          https://youtu.be/rgVdloVnAl4

          BBQ sauce with bourbon: ( this one is hilarious!)

          https://youtu.be/3mhFrk-tGX8

          ”Oh, that’s delicious!” adds more bourbon

          Last edited by IFindZeroBadCooks; November 22, 2021, 08:00 PM.

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          • tmaan235
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            Eco, this does not make you a bad boy.... trust me

          • ecowper
            ecowper commented
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            tmaan235 that IS NOT what my wife says

          • tmaan235
            tmaan235 commented
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            Eco, there are a few times in your life that when your wife speaks.... all you hear is white noise... just saying

          #8
          He's good and he's fun, but am I the only one who thinks he must be the inspiration for the voice of Watto from Star Wars?

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          • ecowper
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            I didn’t think that until you said it. Now I can’t unhear it

          #9
          Whala! Dat is a great vid!

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            #10
            Man, the dude is going all out with recent Thanksgiving uploads. He clearly loves this holiday!

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            • ecowper
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              He’s killing it …. A video every day with links to Thanksgiving recipes from past years.

            #11
            Very entertaining and informative. Kind of like watching a Parisian Meathead, especially when he talks about myths, time and temperature.

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            • ecowper
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              Man, I almost posted this as “French Meathead” …. Now I wish I had

            #12
            Yes, chef reinforces what I learned here and tell my kids - does not matter what internal temp you like your steak, the development of the crust is crucial. Thus I always front sear steaks to my desired crust and finish indirect.

            I’ll have to go search his videos for the sauce making he mentioned.

            thanks for posting.

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            • tmaan235
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              Not to degrade what works for you but have you ever considered reverse sear?

            • TripleB
              TripleB commented
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              tmaan235 - Very familiar with reverse sear. I use it for roasts, not steaks. As mentioned above, I want to control the crust or bark formation on my steaks. That is where all the flavor is IMHO. I can control the crust better with a front sear. If reverse sear works for you - drive on!

            #13
            I enjoyed the video also and will definitely watch more. He’s a definite fan of resting the meat whereas Meathead is not. What do you all think?

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            • Dr. Pepper
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              I think that Meathead doesn't recommend resting your steak if you have done either front or rear searing, since there is the low & slow, aka indirect portion. The temp has already pretty much equilibrated. It's different if you grill over high heat with frequent flips the entire cook. Then there will be sufficient carryover heat, so you would want to pull before your target temp, and allow time (rest.) ?

            • Ronaldf123
              Ronaldf123 commented
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              Dr. Pepper Meatheads reasoning makes sense, thanks
              Panhead John. Yes, we used to always eat cool steaks before coming to this site.

            • ecowper
              ecowper commented
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              Ronaldf123 my input, for what it is worth, on the great resting of steak debate. Meathead and Jean-Pierre are both incredibly accomplished cooks. Each has their own preferred method for cooking a steak. And I am positive that were you to follow each method, you would have good outcomes.

              :-)

            #14
            Thanks for introducing some of us to chef JP.

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              #15
              Great video! Haven’t seen him before

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