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Thick Steak Reverse Sear on a Kamado Cooker - Video


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I threw a marinated rib-eye on the Akorn on Friday night. I let it warm over the coals as they heated up, then opened the lid and let it sear over the flames once they got nice and hot. Turned out good!


Melted some blue cheese over the sliced meat, and enjoyed it with some roasted brussels sprouts and sauteed mushrooms. I was flying solo as the family went off to see a play, so I threw this together while working on one of my motorcycles..


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Nice cook. P.S. This one seems like a recipe to me. It explains what to buy, how to season, how to set up the grill, how to cook, how to tell when it's done, and shows the finished product.

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All I see is a video link to external content.  That in itself is fine but I can't include it in the recipe section.

Here is an example of a recipe post with video and picture.  http://www.kamadoguru.com/topic/520-one-dish-meal-beer-braised-chili/


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