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    Reverse Seared Ribeyes

    My Dad's 73rd Birthday today, we celebrated with Prime Grade Ribeye's last night! 2 of them 40 day Dry aged and 3 people wanted fresh.

    What really got me amped was figuring out how to get the best sear with the equipment i have available. What that was for me was I stopped being lazy and clarified my own butter. I pat them dry after getting them to temp in the 225 oven, brush with clarified butter, and plop them on a blazing gasser with an upside down GrillGrate acting like a griddle. It was finally the all over sear I had been looking for!



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    #2
    Fantastic!
    Good job with the grillgrates.

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    • Schwyy
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      I've actually pretty much have the grill grates turned over now permanently. Poor man's Blackstone Griddle!

    • BFlynn
      BFlynn commented
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      Me too. I've always used them flat side up.

    • ecowper
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      Schwyy show me a Blackstone griddle that can get to 800F :-D

    #3
    Those look good. Nice char. Making me hungry.

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      #4
      Outstanding. You are a good son!

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      • Schwyy
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        That's why we cook, cause it's easy scoring "Good Son Points" while im chowing down on a ribeye myself!

      #5
      Mmmmmmm Clarified Butter!

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        #6
        I agree with the Grill Grates as well. I have 2 up / space / 2 down across grill. I have been doing the same and trying to figure a good oil to use that doesn't hurt the flavor and love the clarified butter idea.

        I was recently given some Grill Mates Brazilian Steakhouse rub and marinated some ribeye's with that and olive oil cut up for Shish-K-Bobs. Give the chunks were smaller I just went hot and fast on the grill grates (flat side down) and it was excellent. I want to try it on a full Ribeye. I know this goes against dry brining but it was seriously good stuff.

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        • Schwyy
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          I use grilled mates all the time and I love the Brazilian. give it a shot on a ribeye, if it's no good there's always the next ribeye!

        #7
        Love it. That's some McGyver cookin' there!

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          #8
          I can taste 'em!

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            #9
            Them's some Damfine lookin Ribeyes, amigo!

            Nice Job!!!

            Great sear, my mouth is waterin, now, so if I git a DUI goin to HyVee, I'm call ya to throw my Bail, on accounta it's yer fault LOL!

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            • Schwyy
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              ill pass that bill on directly to Meathead!

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