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How do I cook ribeye steak


on the grill! get yourself nice dryrub at your local food store and throw it the grill. i dont let my temp get higher then 300 i cook them low and slow!

Dec 08, 2014 | Grilling

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Can i refreeze steak that has not been cooked


No definitely not once it has been defrosted thats it the best way is to cook it rare, then freeze it nice and hot all the way through when u want it cook again to the way u want it

Nov 07, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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What tempature and time to smoke ribeye steaks 1 inch


Hi kdmadden1...

Prepare the smoker for barbecuing by bringing the temperature up to 200°F to 220°F
(95°C to 105°C).
Put the steaks in the smoker and cook for about 2 hour for Medium Well to Well Done.
Check your steak at 1.5 hours to see how it is doing...maybe almost rare to medium rare...
During the last 15 minutes of cooking before the meat is done, you will brush the meat with some of marinade,bbq sauce,etc if you want.
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Sep 10, 2011 | Masterbuilt 20070106 Electric Smoker

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Food sticks to griddle


You can either use a cooking spray like Pam on the griddle prior to heating it. Or if you're cooking steaks, rub a little olive oil on each side of the steak, before seasoning (kosher Salt & Fresh Ground Pepper) it. For meats, always allow them to come to room temperature before grilling and allow the grill to preheat until is extra hot. The hotter the grill/griddle, the less likely red meats will stick to it.

Hope this helped you and Happy Grilling!! Thanks for choosing FixYa.

Aug 12, 2011 | Coleman Roadtrip Grill LXE 9949-750

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Cooked steaks left over


Yes! I would not wast them and they will be fine when heated up!
(my full time job is a Chef)
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Jan 17, 2009 | Rival 342254 5-Quart

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Unsatisfactory grilling


You need a bigger, more powerful grill. It sounds like the one you have cannot keep up with the amount of food you want to cook. Other than making sure any controls are set on maximum, there's not much you can do about this. Return the unit for a refund.

Apr 11, 2007 | DeLonghi Perfecto BG24 Indoor Grill

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