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Used The Cast Iron GBS Sear Grate For The First Time


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Rib eye and Sirloin, needs some practice at design searing marks¬†ūüėĬ†Thought it works better than the stainless steel supplied GBS Grate, no sticking, grate held temperature well, cleaned up easily as well. Hefty bit of kit.

 

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Not the best photo, my wife likes her sirloin steak well done, but shows the caramalisation on the surface hopefully from the butter over it ((get a nice flame kiss from the flavoriser bars as well)) and the finished sear marks

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20 hours ago, sotv said:

my wife likes her sirloin steak well done

Why not just have Chicken :Beating_A_Dead_Horse_by_livius: Nah to each their own. My Dad always eats his steak well done due to Gastro issues.  A "Grate" way of getting the cross hatching marks without halving to rotate etc. 

And if SWMBO is happy then you usually get to :th_INGardenbbq7: more often. 

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2 hours ago, hoogl said:

Why not just have Chicken :Beating_A_Dead_Horse_by_livius: Nah to each their own. My Dad always eats his steak well done due to Gastro issues.  A "Grate" way of getting the cross hatching marks without halving to rotate etc. 

And if SWMBO is happy then you usually get to :th_INGardenbbq7: more often. 

My wife is much preferring the finished food on the Smokefire, get to cook on it  2-3 times a week at the moment

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