How to Grill Frozen Steaks

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Postby buzz » Tue Apr 04, 2017 8:09 pm

woodenvisions wrote:
buzz wrote:Get that so called Blackstone out and try it! This was done in the 60's at dinners, and truck stops, and I was back in the kitchen to see it , not bad maybe not the best , beats the heck out of any fast food! :shock:

I'd put $$$ on the Black Stone any day of the week to put out a good frozen t-bone.
S&P, Grapeserd oil , high heat and a steamer lid.

Spot on that is what I am talking about! Turn and burn! :cheers:
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Postby woodenvisions » Tue Apr 04, 2017 8:11 pm

buzz wrote:[quote="woodenvisions"][quote="buzz"]Get that so called Blackstone out and try it! This was done in the 60's at dinners, and truck stops, and I was back in the kitchen to see it , not bad maybe not the best , beats the heck out of any fast food! :shock:

I'd put $$$ on the Black Stone any day of the week to put out a good frozen t-bone.
S&P, Grapeserd oil , high heat and a steamer lid.[/quote]
Spot on that is what I am talking about! Turn and burn! :cheers:[/quote]
buzz..

Ur making me want to go hit the 50's style dinner for something off the griddle lol !!
Only problem is that it's 90 minutes away :idea: :oops: :idea: :oops:
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Postby buzz » Tue Apr 04, 2017 8:18 pm

woodenvisions wrote:
buzz wrote:Get that so called Blackstone out and try it! This was done in the 60's at dinners, and truck stops, and I was back in the kitchen to see it , not bad maybe not the best , beats the heck out of any fast food! :shock:

I'd put $$$ on the Black Stone any day of the week to put out a good frozen t-bone.
S&P, Grapeseed oil , high heat and a steamer lid.

Spot on that is what I am talking about! It is not new they have done it for 50+ years and it is great. :salut:
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Re: How to Grill Frozen Steaks

Postby buzz » Tue Apr 04, 2017 8:24 pm

Sorry hit reply twice , my closes dinner might be 200 mi. :dont:
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Postby bsooner75 » Tue Apr 04, 2017 8:26 pm

Hey, Buzz - where ya been? Nice to see you're still around.

We keep getting all these new restaurants popping up around us but I tell my wife…What I wouldn't give for one Waffle House!


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Postby woodenvisions » Tue Apr 04, 2017 8:35 pm

buzz wrote:[quote="woodenvisions"][quote="buzz"]Get that so called Blackstone out and try it! This was done in the 60's at dinners, and truck stops, and I was back in the kitchen to see it , not bad maybe not the best , beats the heck out of any fast food! :shock:

I'd put $$$ on the Black Stone any day of the week to put out a good frozen t-bone.
S&P, Grapeseed oil , high heat and a steamer lid.[/quote]
Spot on that is what I am talking about! It is not new they have done it for 50+ years and it is great. :salut:[/quote]
When I lived in Jersey ( diner capital of the universe ) and I was a kid, I remember my Dad used to bring me to this diner called Tom's Diner. It was a little hole in the wall in a town called Ledgewood. It was 10 minutes from home.
It was one of those ( shiny ) styled diners and breakfast was amazing.
I know the owner ( the cook ) loved cooking EVERYTHING on that griddle.
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Re: How to Grill Frozen Steaks

Postby buzz » Tue Apr 04, 2017 8:41 pm

bsooner75 wrote:Hey, Buzz - where ya been? Nice to see you're still around.

We keep getting all these new restaurants popping up around us but I tell my wife…What I wouldn't give for one Waffle House!
Still here , getting are feet wet in a couple of comps. Missing doing the throwdowns but have not been home enough to do them, and now our season starts so the smoking will come to a halt. :( Already looking at comps did are first kcbs in Jan. might get goofy and try the Smoking on the Harbor in SC in Nov. if I can find a couple of players. :salut:

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Postby bsooner75 » Tue Apr 04, 2017 8:44 pm

Best of luck in the comps!


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Re: How to Grill Frozen Steaks

Postby bondobill » Tue Apr 04, 2017 10:11 pm

OldUsedParts wrote:Works for me also HOWEVER, the JURY is still out on ME EVER grilling a frozen steak :scratch: :roll: :whiteflag:


With ya bud :salut:
Aint noting wrong with a frozen hunk of cow as long as its thawed out before ya throw it on the fire.
Ive tried it, done it with frozen...... :scratch: :roll: :dont:

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Re: How to Grill Frozen Steaks

Postby mrxlh » Sun Apr 09, 2017 8:35 am

OldUsedParts wrote:I would use it incase of a late "gotta have a steak moment" BUT I prefer leaving my Victim at room temp for an hour with Zesty Italian Dressing and SPG on it while the Kingsford is gittin there. :dont:


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OldUsedParts wrote:I would use it incase of a late "gotta have a steak moment" BUT I prefer leaving my Victim at room temp for an hour with Zesty Italian Dressing and SPG on it while the Kingsford is gittin there. :dont:



I have taken a shine to marinating steaks, too. Keep meaning to try Italian, but currently stuck on that Balsamic stuff.


Give Dale's a try, it is all I have used since meeting my wife 23 years ago.http://www.dalesseasoning.com/

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