Day Fifty: Dry Rub Ribeyes

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November 8, 2012 by chicagogrilling365

Steak.

Day Fifty!

Whew.

They flew by, and I’m not just saying that.

With a few exceptions, it’s been a blast.

I assessed all of the food we’ve cooked thus far, and there have only been a few that have been less than great.

Certainly no misses.

Well, Jenny hated her nachos, but that wasn’t really her fault, and I didn’t get to taste them. Ironically, they looked incredible.

There have been some hits. The BBQ ribs, the lamb (day one!), that short rib sandwich (dear God), and the beet salad definitely stand out.

Much more to come.

Anyway, it was another steak day.

All good steaks need is a generous amount of salt and pepper, but we wanted to do something a little differently than we normally would.

We were both pretty worn out and had done a lot of running of errands and wanted to eat a ton of red meat and watch t.v. It’s Wednesday, man.

Our Wednesday.

So I made a simple spice rub because we have every dried herb and spice in existence. Pat Powers knows all about that.

I then chopped some garlic and rubbed it on the ribeyes.

All they needed was a quick char on both sides (maybe three minutes per side) for a perfect medium-rare.

Good stuff.

I want to say thank you to everyone who has been reading. Jenny and I are having fun, but it has been hard work. You guys keep us going.

If anyone ever wants to see us try different proteins or a specific dish, we’d love the challenge! Just comment, and we’ll see what we can do.

Oh, and good news, too.

I finally bought a fancy phone today, so there will be no more crappy pictures taken with a phone from the stone age.

No, no it wasn’t from the stone age, I’m kidding, it was from THE ICE AGE!

Catch you on the flip side.

-K&J

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8 thoughts on “Day Fifty: Dry Rub Ribeyes

  1. sybaritica says:

    Amazing looking ribeyes…. my absolutely favorite cut…. well, maybe bone-in ribsteak 🙂

  2. Chase says:

    I did a grilling blog so long ago tht Jesus Fucking Christ was my editor!

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