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    Who's whatchin' the hen house?

    Here you go. I do this for about 5-6ish lbs of meat. Marinade at least 8-10hrs but not much longer. To cook just sear it really good over some blistering hot coals. I usually make this for fajitas, tacos, etc but half the time I'll eat half of it before it makes it off the cutting board. 1.5...
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    Who's whatchin' the hen house?

    Mojo-style! That works great for chicken too
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    Who's whatchin' the hen house?

    I've been known to use a little tallow, especially when using a skillet
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    Who's whatchin' the hen house?

    It doesn't need it either, but it damn sure takes it to another level. But you could S&P it and it's still got loads more flavor than a strip or filet. I'm not saying it's the same as eating a "steak" like a t-bone, the texture and such is obviously way different, but the flavor is outstanding.
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    Who's whatchin' the hen house?

    I'll have to dig up my recipe I really like; as bustsducks said it has some citrus(lime juice specifically). Soy sauce, brown sugar, cumin, garlic, etc. Needs to marinade for a while, I usually do it for 10-12hrs. Can't go too long though or the meat gets mushy.
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    Who's whatchin' the hen house?

    Tell ya what, a skirt steak done right has the best flavor of any of those imo. And picanha can be fantastic as well.
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    OT washing machines

    These are pretty robust..
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    What Y'all Cooking?

    And some good ole grilled cheese sammiches for dinner..
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    What Y'all Cooking?

    Roasting a batch of hatch green chiles...
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    OT washing machines

    This is when reliability tanked for lots of things.
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    You'r most expensive shot ever fired??

    Damn Bill, didn’t realize you were quite that hard headed!
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    Who's whatchin' the hen house?

    Solid trade. :tu
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    Who's whatchin' the hen house?

    That can work well, but it really depends on what cuts you typically cook/eat. Sometimes it's better to just buy whole rib roasts, tenderloins, etc if you're mostly just wanting steaks.
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    Who's whatchin' the hen house?

    I want my ribeyes to look like this:
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    OT washing machines

    I'm constantly having to tell mine to leave it open

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