Thread: Food and Drink New cooking methods ... sous vide
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Old 10-30-2013, 04:23 PM   #244
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Wow, nice find on my part. I love to grill. Not saying I'm the best at it, but willing to learn.

I have a Weber Genesis grill which I love. The wife is German and thinks my steaks are perfect...and wants me to still use marinade. I usually Jaccard then put steaks in zip locks and add marinade for 1 hour. Then I sear on a 400 deg grill ~ 1-2 min per side, depending on thickness.

I've been trying to use just salt and pepper dry rub. She still likes the marinade. To each their own I guess.

I watched the Douglas Baldwin video and he was searing using a butane torch. Who doesn't like FIRE BABY? Try doing that as the final presentation in front of friends and family. I read that you use a piping hot cast iron pan.

My question is what is the benefit or difference. My thinking is there isn't. A sear = a sear.

That torch was kick ass thou
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