T-Bone steak recipe

 

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1 1/2 pounds bone-in T-bone steak

Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper

1 tablespoon canola or organic vegetable oil

Preheat your grill smoker for a half-hour before cooking, remove steak from refrigerator.

Begin to heat and light your smoker with oak wood for a great coal base. Pat steak dry and season generously with salt and pepper and other spices. Now add the Upchurch Cooking Wood Apricot or Pecan wood to your smoker or grill. Add your cook steak and cooked to your preference. Transfer steak to your cutting board and let it rest for 10 minutes. Cut into steak to make sure it meets your preference. Cut steak from the bone and carve meat across the grain.

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2 Comments

Upchurch Cooking Firewood
Upchurch Cooking Firewood

July 22, 2014

Jason,

I’ve grilled a lot of t bone steaks on the grill. I’ve used persimmon, apricot and pecan mostly. It’s also really great to use mesquite firewood for sale. I suggest you try out a few and see what you think. Persimmon smoking wood has been really popular over the summer months. There are a lot restaurants out there using mesquite fired steaks. A rather unique thing we have tried is to smoke t bone in the bbq smoker. This really makes a tender steak where we didnt even need a knife to cut it. We could just pull it apart with our fingers. Smoking a t bone is fairly similar to a smoked prime rib but with the high cost of buying the prime rib from the meat butcher. Jason, it’d say try a couple different smoking wood options. You won’t go wrong with any of them but you will eventually find the one that you really love!

Jason - Alabama
Jason - Alabama

July 22, 2014

Upchurch Cooking Firewood,

I am looking for some new ways to grill my t bone steaks on my grill. I’d like to use a smoking wood and wonder what you would recommend. Thanks

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