Re: Pros and Cons of Soaking Wood
- From: "Edwin Pawlowski" <esp@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 04 Jul 2007 11:55:07 GMT
"Shawn Martin" <shawnrmartin_remove this_@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
A bit of clarification here; Do not use chainsaw sawdust if your chainsaw
has an automatic oiler. (can you say diesel steak?)
There are mineral oils that are food safe and biodegradable. Nor is there
very much oil at all. If you are using used motor oil, different story.
The course sawdust works well.
- Re: Pros and Cons of Soaking Wood
... Do not use chainsaw sawdust if your ... There are mineral oils that are food safe and biodegradable. ... If you are using used motor oil, ...
- Re: Thin Sliced Ribeye
... the size made the marinade soak through and it was much ... >> cooked to medium well before it could brown. ... I use rib eyes that thin as breakfast steak for steak and ... I assume he was using Olive oil? ...
- Re: Pepper Steak (steak ranchero?)
... Start cooking rice following label directions. ... Saute meat a few slices at a time in 1/4 c of the oil in a large skillet until browned. ... Saute peppers, onions and garlic in remain oil in skillet until tender. ... I set the steak to brown in oil, then drain & simmer in a couple of cups of tomato sauce for a hour or two till the steak is fork tender. ...
- Re: OT - Fajitas
... Is it skirt steak? ... I would avoid using oil if grilling skirts over very hot coals. ... Oil may be tasty on the leaner flank steak since it is thicker you may ... include pico de gallo, fresh cut limes or lemons for squeezing, fresh fire ...
- Re: OT - Fajitas
... Oil may be tasty on the leaner flank steak since it is thicker you may cook it a little lower and slower. ... A skirt in these parts are marinated in a combination of fruit juices, cilantro, onions, cut hot fresh peppers and citrus slices without salt. ...