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(Walyou)   I know what you're thinking, punk. "Did he grill six steaks, or only five?" Well, in all this excitement I kinda lost track myself. So, the question you have to ask yourself now is "Do I feel hungry?" Well? Do ya, punk?   (walyou.com) divider line 62
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2012-06-12 09:37:59 AM
Give the original subby some love.
 
2012-06-12 09:43:47 AM
That is awesome.
 
2012-06-12 09:47:41 AM

CPT Ethanolic: That is awesome. dumb

 
2012-06-12 10:09:29 AM
So, when you pull the trigger, what happens?
 
2012-06-12 10:38:57 AM
Well done subby, well done.
 
2012-06-12 10:40:29 AM

gopher321: So, when you pull the trigger, what happens?



Sauce happens.
 
2012-06-12 10:40:40 AM
If I put that on my deck it would point at my heighbor's house. I'm sure he would be somewhat alarmed.
 
2012-06-12 10:42:28 AM
That...is AWESOME
 
2012-06-12 10:44:19 AM
Stand back. I've got a license to grill.
 
2012-06-12 10:47:29 AM
Another something stupid marked as cool. But the headline's a winner.
 
2012-06-12 10:48:19 AM
Grilling is a great way to ruin a steak. Sear it, bake it, eat it.
 
2012-06-12 10:50:05 AM
If you're gonna make a sculpture, make a sculpture. I'f you're gonna make a grill, make a grill.
 
2012-06-12 10:50:30 AM
+1 for the headline. -1 for making me realize that I am, indeed, hungry.
 
2012-06-12 10:51:10 AM
I love me some summer vegetables marinated in olive oil and sea salt,and grilled on my hibatchi... That thing is fugly!
 
2012-06-12 10:53:37 AM
Eh. It looks cool, but you can do more with a $200 Brinkman. A+ for welding and design though.
 
2012-06-12 10:54:23 AM
Question, why would a trailer need mud tires?
 
2012-06-12 10:54:58 AM
Shiat. That's why I have Tandoori chicken marinating and some petite sirloins marinating in some salt...er, I mean Hon Tsuyu. Although I probably bake the chicken at high heat and finish off under the broiler.
 
2012-06-12 10:55:57 AM

Honest Bender: Grilling is a great way to ruin a steak. Sear it, bake it, eat it.



You don't know how to use a grill do you.
 
2012-06-12 10:56:22 AM
The S&W 500 holds five rounds. So ya know what, I do feel hungry subby!
 
2012-06-12 10:56:41 AM
i149.photobucket.com
Yeeeeah - whoever made this has a dick so small it's inverted - more commonly known as a vagina!

(I nailed a deer with the Gran Torino. Grill it up, will ya?)
 
2012-06-12 10:57:33 AM

Honest Bender: Grilling is a great way to ruin a steak. Sear it, bake it, eat it.


Bake a steak??!?!! WTF?
 
2012-06-12 10:57:47 AM
It may be inefficient, waste a good deal of steel, be unwieldy and have an excessively large footprint but I still think it's cool.

Add some burners along the barrel to make better use of it.
 
2012-06-12 10:57:48 AM
Meh. They blew it. The barrel should have contained 8 feet or so of smoking racks that were fed from the grill area. Then they would have had something. A grill and a smoker. Plus the grill is too small for all that equipment. Smoker racks in the grip with a heat source in the base of the grip would have been nice too.
 
2012-06-12 10:57:57 AM

Deathfrogg: Honest Bender: Grilling is a great way to ruin a steak. Sear it, bake it, eat it.


You don't know how to use a grill do you.


You ever eat at a quality steak house? They're not firing up the Weber back in the kitchen...
 
2012-06-12 11:00:34 AM
Though I bet the assholes at the TSA wouldn't allow it on a plane since it is 'gun shaped'. Man, Fark the facist TSA bastards.
 
2012-06-12 11:01:13 AM

Random Discord: Honest Bender: Grilling is a great way to ruin a steak. Sear it, bake it, eat it.

Bake a steak??!?!! WTF?


Me fail cooking? That's unpossible!
 
2012-06-12 11:01:21 AM

Honest Bender: Grilling is a great way to ruin a steak. Sear it, bake it, eat it.


Your method is cerainly sound, but try this.

Sear it on a grill, two or three minutes per side. Pull the steak and drop it in an unheated cast iron pan. Place the pan on the grill and cover the grill. Let it roast for 6 or 8 minutes, pull the steak from the pan and let the steak rest for 6 minutes. Eat it.

The steaks should be at least 1 3/4", 2" is better.
 
2012-06-12 11:01:55 AM
Being behind that on the highway while it's being towed would be mildly disconcerting.
 
2012-06-12 11:04:15 AM

Honest Bender: Deathfrogg: Honest Bender: Grilling is a great way to ruin a steak. Sear it, bake it, eat it.


You don't know how to use a grill do you.

You ever eat at a quality steak house? They're not firing up the Weber back in the kitchen...



Most prime steakhouses broil their meat.

The more your know.
 
2012-06-12 11:05:17 AM
It looks like an awesome grill, but is it an awesome grill?

Does it cook meat on a cooking surface that is too small in relation to the overall size of the thing, making it terribly inefficient? Then not awesome.

Does it have 5 grilling chambers that rotate everytime the hammer is pulled, so you can cook a wide variety of meats at different tempatures, and when you pull the trigger, it fires a steak right into my mouth? FARKING AWESOME!
 
2012-06-12 11:05:26 AM
Men! Your steak cooking skills are not a reflection of the size of your penis!

/god
 
2012-06-12 11:06:23 AM

Rapmaster2000: Eh. It looks cool, but you can do more with a $200 Brinkman. A+ for welding and design though.


I've got the full Brinkman setup on my deck. Dual chamber (gas and coal) as well as the offset firebox. I smoked 40lbs of pork this weekend for a party. Two full butts and six racks. Whole thing cost me about $300.

The gun is cool, though, in that "that's so retarded it's awesome" kind of way.
 
2012-06-12 11:07:20 AM
 
2012-06-12 11:09:31 AM
 
2012-06-12 11:10:34 AM

Deathfrogg: Honest Bender: Grilling is a great way to ruin a steak. Sear it, bake it, eat it.


You don't know how to use a grill do you.


My thinking exactly..... Although I do use this technique in cold weather months. I sear the steak in an Iron skillet and then put it in a 350 deg. oven for 15 minutes for a medium-rare steak. Then let it rest for five minutes and it's perfect.
 
2012-06-12 11:11:47 AM
static.neatorama.com

/if people weren't such jerks, a guy could go into business with one of these things
/in my neighborhood, it would be stolen and in Mexico within a couple of days
/border states...meh
 
2012-06-12 11:11:58 AM

Honest Bender: Deathfrogg: Honest Bender: Grilling is a great way to ruin a steak. Sear it, bake it, eat it.


You don't know how to use a grill do you.

You ever eat at a quality steak house? They're not firing up the Weber back in the kitchen...


"Quality" Steak houses use the lowest quality meat possible. Often small chunks just glued together with Transglutaminase and molded into shape. I worked in a steak house for a while. The quality of the meat is pretty damn poor compared to that of the local co-op I get my meat from. Grass fed and free range. No antibiotics, no growth enhancing hormones.

It's all about profit. Steak houses know how to flavor the meat to make it seem yummy, even when it's crap. Otherwise, that nice T-Bone on your plate would cost $70.00 at least.
 
2012-06-12 11:12:21 AM
So what happens when you put this on it? Head asplodes?
www.geekologie.com
 
2012-06-12 11:13:12 AM

Deathfrogg: Honest Bender: Deathfrogg: Honest Bender: Grilling is a great way to ruin a steak. Sear it, bake it, eat it.


You don't know how to use a grill do you.

You ever eat at a quality steak house? They're not firing up the Weber back in the kitchen...

"Quality" Steak houses use the lowest quality meat possible. Often small chunks just glued together with Transglutaminase and molded into shape. I worked in a steak house for a while. The quality of the meat is pretty damn poor compared to that of the local co-op I get my meat from. Grass fed and free range. No antibiotics, no growth enhancing hormones.

It's all about profit. Steak houses know how to flavor the meat to make it seem yummy, even when it's crap. Otherwise, that nice T-Bone on your plate would cost $70.00 at least.



*citation needed*
 
2012-06-12 11:14:59 AM

Deathfrogg: "Quality" Steak houses use the lowest quality meat possible. Often small chunks just glued together with Transglutaminase and molded into shape. I worked in a steak house for a while. The quality of the meat is pretty damn poor compared to that of the local co-op I get my meat from.


Sizzler doesn't count as a quality anything. And I don't think I'll be considering the opinion of an ex-Sizzler employee...
 
2012-06-12 11:15:48 AM

Psycoholic_Slag:
"Quality" Steak houses use the lowest quality meat possible. Often small chunks just glued together with Transglutaminase and molded into shape. I worked in a steak house for a while. The quality of the meat is pretty damn poor compared to that of the local co-op I get my meat from. Grass fed and free range. No antibiotics, no growth enhancing hormones.

It's all about profit. Steak houses know how to flavor the meat to make it seem yummy, even when it's crap. Otherwise, that nice T-Bone on your plate would cost $70.00 at least.


*citation needed*


Yummers
 
2012-06-12 11:16:55 AM

Psycoholic_Slag: Honest Bender: Deathfrogg: Honest Bender: Grilling is a great way to ruin a steak. Sear it, bake it, eat it.


You don't know how to use a grill do you.

You ever eat at a quality steak house? They're not firing up the Weber back in the kitchen...


Most prime steakhouses broil their meat.

The more your know.


Yep, in Salamander grills. The only other good way to cook a steak than in a cast-iron skillet is in a broiler where the heat comes from above, eliminating flare-ups. The Alton Brown method of broiling a steak inside of a jumbo charcoal starter with lump charcoal also works very well.
 
2012-06-12 11:18:35 AM

Honest Bender: Deathfrogg: "Quality" Steak houses use the lowest quality meat possible. Often small chunks just glued together with Transglutaminase and molded into shape. I worked in a steak house for a while. The quality of the meat is pretty damn poor compared to that of the local co-op I get my meat from.

Sizzler doesn't count as a quality anything. And I don't think I'll be considering the opinion of an ex-Sizzler employee...


Oh, believe me, it wasn't Sizzler.
 
2012-06-12 11:23:58 AM

Deathfrogg: Psycoholic_Slag:
"Quality" Steak houses use the lowest quality meat possible. Often small chunks just glued together with Transglutaminase and molded into shape. I worked in a steak house for a while. The quality of the meat is pretty damn poor compared to that of the local co-op I get my meat from. Grass fed and free range. No antibiotics, no growth enhancing hormones.

It's all about profit. Steak houses know how to flavor the meat to make it seem yummy, even when it's crap. Otherwise, that nice T-Bone on your plate would cost $70.00 at least.


*citation needed*

Yummers


Yes, I know of the meat glue. You claimed that quality steak houses use the lowest quality meat possible and that is just not true. The exact opposite is true.

You REALLY think the top rated steakhouses in the US are using steak glue and nobody notices?
 
2012-06-12 11:40:00 AM

pete1729: Honest Bender: Grilling is a great way to ruin a steak. Sear it, bake it, eat it.

Your method is cerainly sound, but try this.

Sear it on a grill, two or three minutes per side. Pull the steak and drop it in an unheated cast iron pan. Place the pan on the grill and cover the grill. Let it roast for 6 or 8 minutes, pull the steak from the pan and let the steak rest for 6 minutes. Eat it.

The steaks should be at least 1 3/4", 2" is better.


Now you have my attention.
 
2012-06-12 11:41:13 AM

Deathfrogg: Honest Bender: Grilling is a great way to ruin a steak. Sear it, bake it, eat it.


You don't know how to use a grill do you.


That would be my guess.

My grilled steaks turn out awesome. Dry brine it, put it over a hot lump charcoal fire for about 3-5 minutes on a side (depending on thickness and desired doneness), rest, serve.

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2012-06-12 11:50:25 AM

Psycoholic_Slag: Deathfrogg: Psycoholic_Slag:
"Quality" Steak houses use the lowest quality meat possible. Often small chunks just glued together with Transglutaminase and molded into shape. I worked in a steak house for a while. The quality of the meat is pretty damn poor compared to that of the local co-op I get my meat from. Grass fed and free range. No antibiotics, no growth enhancing hormones.

It's all about profit. Steak houses know how to flavor the meat to make it seem yummy, even when it's crap. Otherwise, that nice T-Bone on your plate would cost $70.00 at least.


*citation needed*

Yummers

Yes, I know of the meat glue. You claimed that quality steak houses use the lowest quality meat possible and that is just not true. The exact opposite is true.

You REALLY think the top rated steakhouses in the US are using steak glue and nobody notices?


Penn and Teller pulled off something similar. The steak portion starts at 5:40
 
2012-06-12 11:51:00 AM
I thought the top steakhouse used infrared broilers?

And what idiot thinks Mortons serves chunks of goulasch meat glued together?
 
2012-06-12 11:53:30 AM

nyseattitude: Psycoholic_Slag: Deathfrogg: Psycoholic_Slag:
"Quality" Steak houses use the lowest quality meat possible. Often small chunks just glued together with Transglutaminase and molded into shape. I worked in a steak house for a while. The quality of the meat is pretty damn poor compared to that of the local co-op I get my meat from. Grass fed and free range. No antibiotics, no growth enhancing hormones.

It's all about profit. Steak houses know how to flavor the meat to make it seem yummy, even when it's crap. Otherwise, that nice T-Bone on your plate would cost $70.00 at least.


*citation needed*

Yummers

Yes, I know of the meat glue. You claimed that quality steak houses use the lowest quality meat possible and that is just not true. The exact opposite is true.

You REALLY think the top rated steakhouses in the US are using steak glue and nobody notices?

Penn and Teller pulled off something similar. The steak portion starts at 5:40


Some NSFW language!!!

Sorry I forgot to post it the first time.
 
2012-06-12 11:56:42 AM

Honest Bender: Random Discord: Honest Bender: Grilling is a great way to ruin a steak. Sear it, bake it, eat it.

Bake a steak??!?!! WTF?

Me fail cooking? That's unpossible!


I really like how that recipes reminds me to turn things off.
 
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