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    Porterhouse Chops and Veggies

    Time to break in the new kettle! 2 thick porterhouse chops, seasoned with EVOO, garlic, salt and pepper.
    Lump and one piece of apple wood. Smoked the chops for 30 minutes, removed for a rest and a sear at the end.



    15 minutes into the cook I added 2 cored tomatoes seasoned the same as the chops.


    Added zucchini and squash seasoned the same.
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    Added mozzarella and parmesean cheese and Italian seasoning to the tomatoes and removed the chops to rest before the sear.

    Cranked the heat for a quick sear 4 minutes per side for the chops.

    Dinner is ready.


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    Looks over-cooked. Steaks are way too fat.
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    I gained 3 pounds just looking at

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donnie View Post
    Looks over-cooked. Steaks are way too fat.
    Huh? Would you mind elaborating, your response is hard to understand other than the over cooked portion. Guess you can't see the pink in the meat....
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    Yes," pink in the meat", that's the way to go. Finally got my wife to realize, the less pink, the more tender it is. Now she gets med rare, me a finely pinked blood rare. If it moves,or moo's, or bleeds when I put the fork to it, it's good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WolfeMan View Post
    Huh? Would you mind elaborating, your response is hard to understand other than the over cooked portion. Guess you can't see the pink in the meat....
    dont worry about it larry, you're a master at grilling. You could find a way to make a shoe box look good even for people that don't eat meat

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    It all looks good to me. I especially liked the looks of the tomatoes and squash! I love veggies.

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