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|Subject: Re: I'm Thunking||Date: 11/11/2012 11:21 AM|
|Author: NoIDAtAll||Number: 78130 of 84038|
Craycort cast iron grate mounted, with one of the 3 inserts directly over the 1/3 of the charcoal grate, which is mounted so that the sectioned off charcoal is directly over 2 of the 3 bottom vents: http://s229.beta.photobucket.com/user/NoIDAtAll/media/IMAG00...
I think I should be able to get a very quick outer crust sear on a steak with this setup, and then move it to 1 of the other 2 inserts to finish, probably with some Andria's Brush On Steak Sauce, from one of my favorite local steakhouse restaurants: http://www.andrias.com/sauce.html or maybe some fresh minced garlic whipped into some butter warmed to room temperature.
I'll probably start a Russet potato wrapped in AL foil on 1 of the 2 indirect grate inserts, after punching sum holes into it wid a fork and nuking it in sum butter and seasoned salt for 3 or 2 minutes - pretty good.
Steamed Asparagus, wid sum butter and seasoned salt works pretty well as a side, for me.
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