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Old 01-23-2010, 09:21 AM
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Steak Seasoning?

So I am 30 years old and still don't have a go-to steak seasoning method that works for me. I would like to hear wat you guys do to your steaks before you thrw them on the grill. I have a couple venison steaks thawed out that I plan on cooking tonight. I know that for the most part less is more. Just a little something to bring out the natural flavors in the meats.


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i always use guys seasonings but some people like it and some dont
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i use all different lawrys (i think thats the name ... something like that) and ive made my own mixes wit a bunch of spices ... the cheapest thing ive done is throw dome italian dressing on it ... honestly it wasnt bad at all ... i only do that w/ cheap cuts tho ... and filet mignon i cook it in the blood that is in it and some sea salt and pepper ... all depends on the cut of meat ... the cheaper it is the more ill drown it lol but honestly i liked the italian dressing definately one of the easier ones and cheap too ... of course thats cuz i was camping and that was pretty much all i could find but it worked out nicely lol

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olive oil, sea salt, pepper. Marinade a day.
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i always use guys seasonings but some people like it and some dont
Never heard of Guy's. Where do you get it?
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venison i do in a pan with a lil bit of butter and onions delicious but i only keep the loins/straps for steak and grind the rest of my deer up lol and for regular steaks i like a lil montreal steak seasoning on it not alot just a lil or nothing at all but salt and pepper or a lil season salt and pepper
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Old 01-23-2010, 10:24 AM
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OK!!!!!! my kind of thread!!!!! Beef its whats for dinner!!!!

Anyway... hands down, best seasoning EVER... A1 makes the New York Steakhouse Marinade... you can find it at any supermarket... and this schit is the bomb... I have 3 bottles of it here because I use it so much...
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I'm a Teriyaki and Garlic kinda guy with some cuts. Mostly balsamic vin, garlic powder, normal spices and A-1.
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Quick and dirty: rub with your choice of seasoning, marinade in italian dressing for 24 hours, rub again, grill over charcoal.
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Old 01-23-2010, 10:30 AM
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Salt and pepper. I get my coals real hot and cook the steak rather quick to keep it from drying out. Venison tends to do that if cooked to slow. Beef i do the same way. I like my meat a little rare.
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