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LSUzealot
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That's so amazing looking.


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Rohan2Reed
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your sear game is super deluxe baw


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Rouge
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re: Reverse Sear - Part II
I would devour that two inches at a time

















Hey....wait.....



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Will Cover
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Carson123987
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Looks excellent

reverse sear game exquisite
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Uncle JackD
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Damn that looks amazing


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Icansee4miles
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There's some fine looking meat in this thread!




So, is everyone doing this on a gas grill with Infrared or what? I didn't know they would crank up that high, and of course regular ovens cap out at 500.


bbrou33
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re: Reverse Sear - Part II
I would put all this meat in my mouth


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BottomlandBrew
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So, is everyone doing this on a gas grill with Infrared or what?


I did mine on a cast iron skillet placed over a propane burner. No idea of the temperature, but that thing was practically glowing white when the meat went on.


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Jax-Tiger
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So, is everyone doing this on a gas grill with Infrared or what? I didn't know they would crank up that high, and of course regular ovens cap out at 500.


I have a Weber Summit 5 burner - no infrared.


rouxgaroux
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I have a Webber gas had it up to 600 deg


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