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      05-04-2011, 01:39 PM   #23
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A man is not a man unless he has a grill. If you ever want to enjoy a steak, you need to get your self a grill buddy.
(unless you sear it in a pan and finish it off in an oven like a steak house)
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(unless you sear it in a pan and finish it off in an oven like a steak house)

Sorry buddy, but you cant beat the grill.
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Sorry buddy, but you cant beat the grill.
(unless you want a nice seared juicy steak)


(and i'm not your buddy, pal)


(I have a gas and charcoal grill btw)
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(unless you want a nice seared juicy steak)

If you know how to grill, searing is easy. you make it sound like you HAVE to sear in a pan......
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(unless you want a nice seared juicy steak)


(and i'm not your buddy, pal)


(I have a gas and charcoal grill btw)
You called me pal, that makes us buddies.


A seared juicy steak is great, but its different. Kind of like how you can cook a potato ten different ways.
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You called me pal, that makes us buddies.


A seared juicy steak is great, but its different. Kind of like how you can cook a potato ten different ways.
Southpark! (I'm not your buddy pal, well i'm not your pal friend, well im not your friend guy.. etc)

Yes. I agree. I love the red meats!
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I have no grill, i live in an apartment and we cant have them on our patios!!

so back to my question, can i use a non stick frying pan instead of a iron skillet?
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Southpark! (I'm not your buddy pal, well i'm not your pal friend, well im not your friend guy.. etc)

Yes. I agree. I love the red meats!

Im few years behind on South Park.
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I have no grill, i live in an apartment and we cant have them on our patios!!

so back to my question, can i use a non stick frying pan instead of a iron skillet?

http://www.wisebread.com/cooking-gre...the-heat-is-on
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I have no grill, i live in an apartment and we cant have them on our patios!!

so back to my question, can i use a non stick frying pan instead of a iron skillet?
NEIN!!

Cast iron is oven proof; a non stick pan is not. (Unless it says it is oven safe, but it seems like a bad idea.)
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NEIN!!

Cast iron is oven proof; a non stick pan is not. (Unless it says it is oven safe, but it seems like a bad idea.)


Cast iron skillet was the second purchase I made for my food prep...after my grill (which has cast iron grills!)

Once seasoned properly....mmmmm!
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lol some guy actually rolled up once to the fairfax meet, popped open his hood and took out his dinner it was wrapped in foil.

yo do you do your own work on you 7? have you ever been to the place near dulles where you do it yourself?
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lol some guy actually rolled up once to the fairfax meet, popped open his hood and took out his dinner it was wrapped in foil.

yo do you do your own work on you 7? have you ever been to the place near dulles where you do it yourself?

A place when i can work on my 7? Explain.

I do most of the work in my garage or i use my friends lift at Audi dealer in Rockville.
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A place when i can work on my 7? Explain.

I do most of the work in my garage or i use my friends lift at Audi dealer in Rockville.
http://www.ditymechanics.com/

there was a Russian there one night with a 01 7 series working on his car.
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http://www.ditymechanics.com/

there was a Russian there one night with a 01 7 series working on his car.

Huh... thats very cool and the prices are fair especially if you don't have a garage or a driveway.

I havent been to VA in years, and i dont know who that other dude was.

Thanks for the link.
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http://www.ditymechanics.com/

there was a Russian there one night with a 01 7 series working on his car.
That place is pretty good. I like to go there once in a while.
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* Set steaks out on a clean surface until they reach room temperature throughout, 1–2 hours.

* Preheat oven to 500°.

* Put a cast-iron skillet large enough to fit steaks comfortably into oven and heat for 20 minutes.

* Rub both sides of steaks with a little olive oil and generously season with salt and pepper.

* Add steaks to hot skillet and cook in oven until well browned on bottom, 8 minutes.

* Turn steaks and cook in oven on second side, 5–6 minutes for rare, 7–8 minutes for medium rare.

* Remove steaks from skillet and set aside to rest for 5 minutes before serving.
^+1 This is the perfect way.
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bbq is the ONLY way... 7 min each side nice n bloooody
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Peter Luger, wolfgang, striphouse... they all cool their steak by

1) rubbing it with olive oil
2) seasons with salt and pepper
3) use a broiler and char both side to crisp
4) and cook it with a lower temperature til desire temperature
5) let the meat sit for 3 - 5 minutes
6) slice the meat off the bone and serve...
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I have no grill, i live in an apartment and we cant have them on our patios!!

so back to my question, can i use a non stick frying pan instead of a iron skillet?
You shouldn't, with the heat you need to get the pan for a good sear, you can actually get the teflon to breakdown into your food in all but the most high end cookwear..

Go to the sporting goods store like Academy or something that has an outdoor section and get a seasoned pan, only like $25..

However the all time best "Apartment" solution to cooking perfect steaks is this.. And before anyone laughs, I also have a 1000deg infrared grill as well, and this thing turns out steaks better than most of the people you know can make in about half the time..

http://www.williams-sonoma.com/produ...es%7Celtgrlgrl
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You're using the wrong oil if you are having smoke issues. Stop using Extra Virgin to cook with smoke point is too low in first press oils. Extra light olive or canola is your best bet. Some like the flavor of grape seed oil as well, but I am not a fan... Right oil = much less smoke and you don't look like a no talent chef in your own kitchen..
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