Direct sear???

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    Actually seen a video on this a number of years back but never tried it. This was a 10 oz NY strip. 1 1/2 minutes on each side seasoning after first flip. Dumped coals and cooked indirect till internal hit 134. Rested a few minutes and Wow!

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    Moist, tender and delicious. This one went from fridge to grill. If it was taken out of fridge earlier like I normally do I’m thinking it would have not needed the indirect.


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    @PapaSop Looking good! I’d have stopped it a little earlier as I like it a little more rare than that but still, a beautiful steak by anyone’s estimation!

  • Power User

    That looks like a great crust you got on there!

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