It’s a bit too cold to fire up the wood grill outside...

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  1. TheGoodTexan

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    ...so the old George Foreman grill will have to do for our steaks tonight.

    reminder: jealously is not a desirable quality.

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    boredguy6060 Friend of Leo's

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    Thanks for the reminder, my first reaction was to feel a little jealous.
    Enjoy, looks delicious
     
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    It's never too cold to bbq.
     
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    I thought bad weather was just a challenge. Therefore a good reason to fire up the grill.
    First good snowstorm here is always a good reason to declare its steak night.......
     
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    LOL, by too cold, you mean?
    Those are not steaks, they are blocks of cow meat
    Look good though
     
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    I haven't used my Foreman grill as much as I should. Are you just usin' salt, pepper and garlic for seasoning? I say just...but ya often don't need much more than that. Looks great!
     
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    It must be cold there. It's a balmy 28F here in NY with a fresh 14" of snow. Perfect grilling weather.
     
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    Salt, pepper, dash of garlic, sprinkle of cumin... and butter.
     
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    Ok... so maybe it wasn’t too cold. Maybe it was just easier.

    Reverse seared. Served medium on iron skillets that had been preheated to 350F.

    All was amazing. Hot until the very last bite.
     
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    Well, I'll admit to using gas instead of charcoal in the cooler months, but my too-cold-to-grill limit is zero or thereabouts. Leave a down coat & some Sorels by the back door, double your preheat time and you're good to go.
     
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    We would shovel a path to the grill in the old days if the mood struck ...
     
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    As a vegetarian, I don’t have to worry about any of this. I did, however, get a few flakes of snow on my when I rode my motorcycle to work yesterday.
     
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    You should enjoy a good steak the cow will already have done the vegetarian thing for you. Works like a tax credit.
     
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    I have a great recipe for grilled zucchini.

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    Yup. I have BBQed on the outside grill below zero. Adjust warm up time accordingly, but steaks taste just the same regardless of ambient outside temperatures.
     
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    you could cook on the car hood today, it's blazing hot down here ...whew..:(
     
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    Don't get me going on how I cook indoors::D IMG_2880.JPG
     
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    Oh, grilled veggies are awesome. But somehow not worth owning a bbq for. And I live in an apartment. And I hate cooking.
     
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    Meanwhile in the Mild West, in centigrade!

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