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Girardian

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My Lynx gets to hot I actually get a headache from the radiating heat if I'm not careful. When we entertain, and I'm finishing something on the inferno grill, whomever comes out with me while I finish cannot believe the heat blast. I mean, I need to wear forearm length gloves just to flip things.

It's truly insane but the results are awesome.

Next Saturday we're entertaining three couples and I'll be finishing lamb "lollipops" on the grill after I sous vide them.
My objection to inferno grills is captured above. Not all grilled items benefit from such high heat. Perhaps these have evolved since I looked at them years ago (my grill is built in to a 12,000 lb concrete architectural enclosure so I am "committed"), but I would not want to grill everything at center of volcano temps.
 

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Photos when done, pls. That's marbling delight.
I got a plated picture but not a cross section because we got straight into eating after I put my son down.
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My objection to inferno grills is captured above. Not all grilled items benefit from such high heat. Perhaps these have evolved since I looked at them years ago (my grill is built in to a 12,000 lb concrete architectural enclosure so I am "committed"), but I would not want to grill everything at center of volcano temps.

My infrared burners can go nice and low too, low enough for delicate things like shrimp. It also has an infrared back burner for the rotisserie function.
 

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Don't have a dog in this fight as don't currently have an IR burner grill. But when I did, I sometimes used to feel that the full nuke produced perhaps too many volatiles adhering on the outside of the meat, negatively affecting the overall taste profile. Maybe I was just doing it wrong.
 

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I haven't ran into that. Were you maybe getting excessive flare ups? That'll do it no matter the temp.
 

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That is the correct steak-to-potato ratio.

I had A5 wagyu yakitori at a Japanese place tonight and there are no pictures because they went down too fast to register on film, sumimasen.
 

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25-day wet aged Prime NY Strip which I violated by ordering it covered with blue cheese and applewood smoked bacon for breakfast.

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A very modest steak - 1lbs grass-fed Irish Shorthorn. But it was delicious.

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Apart from giving me the meat horn on your posts ;) - all your photo's are exceptional btw - that second one - the contrast of the pink of the meat, the herbs and the browns of the chopping board - really well done - magazine quality to me. Remind of me some of Nigel Slater's food photography.

In other news: I appear to have invented time travel : posting time
" Tomorrow at 7:49 PM"
 

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Apart from giving me the meat horn on your posts ;) - all your photo's are exceptional btw - that second one - the contrast of the pink of the meat, the herbs and the browns of the chopping board - really well done - magazine quality to me. Remind of me some of Nigel Slater's food photography.

In other news: I appear to have invented time travel : posting time
" Tomorrow at 7:49 PM"
Thank you very much!
 

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