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I've just escaped from the Reverse Sear Cult...

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  • Beefchop
    Charter Member
    • Oct 2014
    • 478
    • Lafayette, LA
    • XL Big Green Egg, Shirley Fabrication 24"x42" Patio Cooker

    #31
    Lately I've gotten really good results with my microwave.

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    • MTurney
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      You people in that microwave cult are all the same
  • texastweeter
    Club Member
    • Jul 2017
    • 2932
    • Republic of Texas

    #32
    I like my steak black and blue, so I just sear...

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    • Spacecase
      Club Member
      • Dec 2017
      • 139
      • Florida
      • Proud owner of: PK 360, 18 inch Weber Smokey Mountain, 22 inch Weber Kettle, Weber Jumbo Joe, Weber Smokey Joe, Weber E-310, and Rec Tec Trailblazer.

      #33
      Beefchop Just remember to follow the directions. Click image for larger version

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      • alexh
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        • May 2015
        • 2
        • San Jose, CA

        #34
        I have done the reverse sear a fair number of times now, no oil, salt and pepper on a charcoal grill. Often I get a somewhat bitter/sour taste. I thought perhaps it's the pepper burning but everyone seems to use pepper. It happens even when I go to just a mahogany color (no carbon).

        Only other reason I can think of is that I might not be waiting long enough for the coals to completely ignite. Should all coals be ignited before cooking food? I have noticed that when I have the grill cover on there is black smoke exiting the vent until all of the coals ignite fully then there is no smoke.

        Thanks

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        • wcpreston
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          Do you use lighter fluid? That'll leave that taste

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