Looks great. I'm going to being doing another steak in a few days. I first tried it after reading about the method on the Thermoworks site. I use the Dot to monitor the temperature in the oven. I will begin searing at a lower temperature so it looks likes yours. Just perfect.
Fantastic! It's only 5:45 AM here but steak sounds great! Thanks for sharing
I cook on the grill at the lowest heat setting, flipping every 5 minutes or so while monitoring the temperature. When the steaks hit 125ish, I take them off and put them on a plate and cover them with foil while the grill warms up to full heat. Then I sear it for about 1 min per side.
I like ‘em rare so probably would do them to about 100ish and sear.
I'm looking forward to trying this on my next steak. Yours look delicious @radagast and I see the asparagus on the side as well. Add a nice starch and that's my kind of meal for sure!
Tomorrow will be a brew day, watch the snow fall, and have steak night. Start off with a simple salad. Follow with buttered potatoes topped with chopped parsley and green beans to share the plate with the steak.
Damn this looks jummy
"Yummy". ^^^^^^ Sneezles61
I love this method. I typically use my smoker for the low temp part, then sear. So yummy.
I did get my brew day in and a reverse seared steak. Camera focus is a little off.
I need a larger plate for the New York strip that's waiting in the freezer.
Looks like a delicious reward for a productive day!
I dint see any brew with din din.... Sneezles61
No brew, but there was a half finished spicy Bloody Mary on the table.
Nah Sneezles, you got it confused! Beer goes with the grilling of the steak, red wine (personally prefer Pinot Noir or Cabernet depending on my mood) goes with the steak. Although I bet a Bloody Mary would be good too.
Oh dear, now I'm finding out I haven't any fancy culturing... Well, ah, see, ah.... Its OK, I still enjoy a great brew!! Sneezles61
Never pegged you as one of those small plate types.
Some one mentioned sous vide for warming the steak before pan searing. I was contemplating giving it a try. This morning Thermoworks emailed a blog post on doing this. I'm going to try it. Don't have a sous vide apparatus so will have to just go with watching the water temperature in a kettle.
I'll be curious to hear how that works out. It's supposed to be the most even heating method from what I understand. Good luck!
I'll be curious also... Now that we are almost done with winter, we've gotten enough snow to cover up the charcoal grill... I'll wait for warm weather to melt some snow to find my grill.. Sneezles61
Pan seared. Snow will be on the grill too long to wait.