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Top Sirloin Steaks & Roasted Fingerling Potatoes

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Quick dinner tonight before the family heads south for a week of vacation. Seasoned two top sirloin steaks with Oakridge BBQ Carne Crusta rub and then grilled them on the Kamado Joe. Once the steaks were seared on one side I added a thyme, garlic, and rosemary compound butter to each steak. Pulled the steaks when they were at 135 degrees internal. As a side I roasted some fingerling potatoes in the cast iron skillet with oil, shallots, and garlic. Everything turned out great! Now it’s time for some rest and relaxation at the beach. 

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