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PostSubject: BBQ Steak Dinner   November 8th 2012, 6:28 pm

BBQ Steak Dinner

Start with good cuts if meat (T-bones, porterhouse, rib eye) at least 1.5-2 inches thick. Buy these a week before you plan the cookout. Dust both sides of the steak with sea salt and fresh ground pepper, then cover with crushed garlic and olive oil cover and put in fridge.
The day you plan to cook, take the steaks out and let them sit still covered. To start prep for an entire meal you will need 5-6 medium potatoes, 2 medium onions, and 2 cans mushrooms. Also you will need enough corn on the cob for people who will be there.

Peel and dice potatoes to 1 inch, dice onions. Put potatoes in a bowl of salted water, let stand. Now remove the cornhusk, wash off hair and wipe dry. Take spread able butter and cover corn all the way around and wrap in foil. Set corn aside. Combine potatoes, onions, and mushrooms in disposable baking dish, cover with olive oil and dust with sea salt and fresh ground pepper. Cover with foil. Put both the potatoes and corn on a gas grill, turning corn every 5-6 minutes. Use medium heat to cook.

For the charcoal grill use only natural charcoal or hard wood coals and do not use staring fluid. Once you start the charcoal let it get good and hot, you’ll know it is ready when there are no more flames coming off them or they are white. Wipe grill with coat of olive oil, put the steaks on
the grill, close lid and let cook for 8-10 minutes. Turn steaks over, close lid and let cook for another 8-10 minutes.

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