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Old 01-28-2018, 07:50 PM   #1
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Default Hickory Smoked/Reverse Seared Prime New Yorks

A bit of celebration was in order tonight.
1) Doctor says my pneumonia has cleared enough to go back to work.
2) Received my 2017 bonuses from work, with a little extra than normal.
Great news on both counts!

A quick trip to Costco yielded some nice Prime New Yorks and a few Choice too.
Choice for those cretins who demand an overcooked steak, I'll not ruin Prime beef.
They don't know or appreciate the difference anyways.

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NY Steaks
Fresh steamed Broccoli with butter
Garlic Bread

Prime



Choice



Primes after an hour and half of hickory smoke, IT 100



Reverse seared in cast iron, IT 130





I also picked up something else with my bonus, and it sure as heck didn't come from Costco.

Colt AR15A2 (R6550) Government Model, 20" Rifle, .223 1/7 twist
One of only 8000 made back in the Pre-Ban days from '88-'90.
Serial number begins with GS007***
It is 99%, danged near immaculate, I wouldn't hesitate to say the only rounds fired through it were Colt's test rounds.
Somebody's 27 yr'ol, unfired Safe Queen is now mine and it'll soon see some range time.

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Absolutely the best way to cook quality beef! How did you get the Hickory smoke?
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Dayum! Great looking spread and like the new family member!
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Default Man you brought out the pervert in me.

I got up real close and sniffed the screen. As I've said before, I sure could use a good next door neighbor.
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Absolutely the best way to cook quality beef! How did you get the Hickory smoke?
In my smoker with hunks of hickory.
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I got up real close and sniffed the screen. As I've said before, I sure could use a good next door neighbor.
LOL... Sniffing the screen ain't bad, but licking means ya have to wipe it down.
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Those look amazing ! I know how you feel about people wanting to eat burnt shoe leather. I've told the wife a good 6 times I'd never ruin another steak for her smdh

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Looks great. As always.
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Dang all the sniffing and licking. I want to work where you are at,I want a AR. Dinner looks great as all ways.
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Never mind I like not working,I save my pinnies for a steak and one day a AR.The steak wins most of the time.
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