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Old 04-21-2008, 04:41 PM   #11
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Having a fight, and trying to compromise..

My Method (Texas)... choose your meat, Usually thick Pork Country style ribs, but also 1/2 chickens or Raw sausage..

cook on hot side of grill 'till seared, then low 'till 10 min. short of done, then "slather" with your choice of sauce, do not burn sauce...( I like a red Texas, spicy, sweet sauce). let meat rest, then eat.

SO's method, (Kansas City)... same meats, dry rub , let sit, then cook on fairly high 'till done, put in oven at Low for a while, then serve with a side plate of sauce for dipping, likes Gate's Kansas City Original Sauce.

This KS sauce is so strange to me. I think sauce should be cooked on the meat, not served on the side right out of the bottle!

Is there a "compromise" here? or are we just going to have to use two grills?

Thanks, Eric, Austin, Tx.

Your BOTH wrong.

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Old 04-22-2008, 03:01 AM   #12
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Actually, marinating London broil in Italian dressing is pretty common. If the meat is tough, the vinegar will tenderize it.

I'm originally from the Midwest, though, so to me, a good steak needs nothing more than S&P, then (if I remember Dad's formula right) four minutes on one side, turn, three minutes on the other side, remove, let rest, eat

Ribs, though - I like a lot of sauce, so I brush some on toward the end of the cooking time and serve more at the table for dipping. Best of both worlds
Yeah, that would be fine if it were the case... She marinates EVERYTHING in it. She had a fit when I refused to marinate my beautiful grass fed NY strips. Those were not cheap steaks and I was not about to put salad dressing on them!
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Old 04-22-2008, 11:09 AM   #13
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Yeah, that would be fine if it were the case... She marinates EVERYTHING in it. She had a fit when I refused to marinate my beautiful grass fed NY strips. Those were not cheap steaks and I was not about to put salad dressing on them!

Cheap steaks or not it seems your SO is a 'ketchup eater'. You know those people who dump ketchup on everything even before they taste it? Your SO seems to have the same thing going except with dressing.
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Old 04-24-2008, 12:31 AM   #14
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Cheap steaks or not it seems your SO is a 'ketchup eater'. You know those people who dump ketchup on everything even before they taste it? Your SO seems to have the same thing going except with dressing.
LOL, actually it's my MIL. She probably doesn't even know what ketchup tastes like. Everything she cooks is super bland and over done. She gets LIVID if you ever put salt and pepper on anything she cooks.
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