New book – PaleoQue…

Hello:

I have a new book out called PaleoQue.

But first, just exactly what is a Paleo Diet?…

It’s a very popular diet on which you basically eat like a caveman. You can eat fruits and vegetables, lean meats (preferably grass fed), seafood, nuts & seeds, and healthy fats.

You should avoid all processed foods and refined sugars, dairy, grains, legumes, starches, and alcohol.

BBQ fits nicely in a Paleo diet. That’s why I wrote PaleoQue. Those poor Paleo dieters were cooking their Boston butts in crockpots and boiling their ribs and doing other terrible, unmentionable things to their chicken and briskets! The horror! The horror!!

I had to rescue them!

Check it out here ==>

PaleoQue

 

Sincerely,
Bill Anderson

Reverse Sear Steak – The Finney Method

Reverse Sear Steak - The Finney Method
 
reverse sear steak
Author:
Recipe type: Main
Cuisine: American
Ingredients
  • 2" thick rib eyes
  • Coarse sea salt
  • Canola oil
  • Your favorite rub
Instructions
  1. Get some well marbled steaks - choice is OK. This method will turn them into prime in no time! Get your butcher to custom cut them into 1.5" to 1.75" thick steaks. 2" is OK too. For the video, I bought a whole ribeye roast at Sam's Club and had them slice it into 2" steaks.
  2. Rub with canola oil and season with a generous amount of course grained salt like kosher salt or sea salt. Also apply your favorite BBQ rub.
  3. Stick a wire temperature probe in one of the steaks and slow smoke them at 200 deg until the internal temp of the meat reaches 115 deg.
  4. Remove steaks and let rest for 15-30 minutes.
  5. Get a very hot grill going as hot as you can get it. You'll need a lid to prevent flareups.
  6. Sear the steaks for 60-90 seconds on each side.
  7. Let rest for 15 minutes and then get prepared for the best steak of your life!

 

Weber Summit Charcoal Grill

Here’s the new insulated Weber kettle grill that is supposed to compete with Big Green Eggs (BGE), Kamodos, and Primos. I guess it is supposed to compete with all insulated smokers like Stumps too. At $1500 bucks, it seem a bit pricey to me, but I guess it is comparable pricewise to other similar products. At least it is not as heavy and will not crack like an egg. The auto start charcoal feature is convenient. Check the Weber home page for a dealer near you. It’s new, so it may not be available everywhere yet. You can get a really good pellet smoker with much more room for $500 less though (bbq-book.biz)…

weber summit charcoal grill