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    Ribeyes and Shrimp

    Today was ribeye day. I put them on the kettle for Click image for larger version

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ID:	79785 indirect and the gasser for the sear. They were pretty tasty with grill asparagus, grill shrimp and loaded baked potato salad.

    #2
    Gots me DROOOOOOOOOLING.

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    • DWCowles
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      LOL....I was drooooooooling while i was cooking them

    #3
    Looks great. What temp did you go on each side for the indirect before putting on the gasser? What temp did you pull from the gasser?

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    • DWCowles
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      jlazar I had the PartyQ set at 230 F and I let them go to 145 before searing them on the gasser except for one that I took to 160 because the wife wants her steak WELL DONE.

    #4
    That looks great! I love the color on the steaks...

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    #5
    Nice pics DWCowles ! Did you get a new camera recently?

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    • DWCowles
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      Huskee no it's a Nikon 3200 that I have had for 2-3 years

    #6
    I love when DWCowles comes back from a haul, he cooks up a storm!

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    • DWCowles
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      The Burn LOL...that's because we can only cook certain foods in the truck and we don't eat at truckstops. We are doing the low carb diet so that means no fast food resturauts. Not to mention that I love to cook outdoors

    • The Burn
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      I hear you, man. Nothing like Cue for us low carb eaters - as long as you go easy on sauces/marinades

    • Guy
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      Yes he does cook up a storm, I enjoy it too.

    #7
    Lookin good, DWCowles ! Nice pics, I'd love to try some shrimp! I haven't done (tiger) shrimp on my grill yet, will put that on the todo list.

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