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STEAKS!!!!!!!

Luigi_M

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^^ Looks tasty!
Details on the 'corning' process for the beef please?
 

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I figure this might be the best place to ask: what do you all recommend for grills? I'm so neophyte I'm going from an old-school weber charcoal grill that I'd wheel around, but now I'm thinking something more substantial, with less of a hassle like natural gas or propane. It's a little overwhelming because I see nice? grills range from $1000 up to $10K in a wink of the eye.
 

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I figure this might be the best place to ask: what do you all recommend for grills? I'm so neophyte I'm going from an old-school weber charcoal grill that I'd wheel around, but now I'm thinking something more substantial, with less of a hassle like natural gas or propane. It's a little overwhelming because I see nice? grills range from $1000 up to $10K in a wink of the eye.
It's really going to depend on what you cook the most. A kamado is probably the most versatile all around, but takes more work than pellet or gas/IR. If you're only cooking steak, I would look at a salamander grill.
 

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What would you use it for mostly -- direct heat grill, smoker, indirect roaster?

Either way, this is a good resource.

 
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ha, great site! thanks! direct heat and maybe roasting. i could envision myself getting into smoking, but it triggers an inherently unhealthy bias in my mind. No idea if that's based on any facts.
 

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Direct heat could be considered unhealthy due to creating carcinogens. Heck, meat is unhealthy in some schools of thought. Moderation is the key.
 

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I figure this might be the best place to ask: what do you all recommend for grills? I'm so neophyte I'm going from an old-school weber charcoal grill that I'd wheel around, but now I'm thinking something more substantial, with less of a hassle like natural gas or propane. It's a little overwhelming because I see nice? grills range from $1000 up to $10K in a wink of the eye.
I got a new propane grill last year. Nothing special, but the key element for me was a stainless steel grill. Won't ever get anything with ceramic coated cast iron grills again.
 

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