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accepted Use BBQ for both searing and slow-roasting beef
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comment Use BBQ for both searing and slow-roasting beef
I've just used this method, and it was a great success. After searing the meat for a few minutes on a half-filled chimney I placed the coal on one side and let it sid with lid on at 135 degrees celsius for 35 minutes until core temp was at 48 (which became 54 after resting).
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@Joe That is a great suggestion. I just tried it, and found it should work (even though this time, I did it a wee bit too early getting a little bit of that nasty black "smoke" onto one side of the meat).
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comment What do the base ingredients in pancakes do?
Thanks @Pointy and Catija for the suggest (as well as the detailed answer), I think I just might invest in such a resource.
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comment What do the base ingredients in pancakes do?
@Jefromi Mostly about knowing; knowing how varying the ingredients will affect the end result, so I can cater to what my guests prefer / what I want to achieve. The accepted answer actually best explains what I was looking for, as it was exactly that :-)
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comment How long before steak is at room temperature?
I've got a meat thermometer, but not one that predicts when it'll reach a certain temp ;-). A thermometer only tells me if it's at the right temp, not when it shall be at the right temp.
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revised To which internal temperature should I cook beef for rare/medium/well done?
Adding degrees celcius column (calculated from the F degrees rounded to whole degrees).
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