Vortex T-bones


 

Clay Neubauer

TVWBB Super Fan
I must apologize, have been seasonally so busy that I've only been a lurker and occasional commenter on this board for too long. However, I've watched what you other guys and gals have been doing enough to think that I should own a Vortex, and after it sitting here for a couple weeks I finally got a chance to put it to the test. Coincidentally, we're also finally starting to get produce from the garden in full force:

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Half a stick of butter melting in CIS.

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The vortex in place.

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Seasoning, with another fine product I first learned about at TVWBB.

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Searing. This is the result from approximately 45 seconds, I probably will go to a full minute next time, but it's not far from how I hoped for them to look.

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Set the steaks off indirect to continue cooking to 135 degrees or so.

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Meanwhile, these turnips were caramelizing in butter and a dash of brown sugar.

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Plated up, with the turnips, a Caprese salad, and a Mint Julep. All in all, I thought it to be quite successful and am excited to use the Vortex again. Better go buy some chicken wings!

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Bob Ivey

TVWBB Emerald Member
Great looking cook Clay. Only used my Vortex for chicken. Must try this. Thanks for sharing.
 

Pat G

TVWBB Emerald Member
Great looking meal Clay. You are going to love the Vortex, it does many things well.
 

Luke P

TVWBB All-Star
Clay,
The knife you have on the table, the home grown veggies, the table its on... I appreciate your food and attention to detail.

Those steaks look incredible! The feeling of that meal makes me wanna pull up a seat at the table.
 

Robert McGee

TVWBB Gold Member
Clay;
Nice show all 'round!

You'll find all kinds of things to cook with the Vortex. I am a fan even tho' I haven't had mine long. I HAVE done several cooks with it and getting better with each cook...(and the worst cook has only been near wonderful)!!;)

Keep on smokin',
Dale53:wsm:
 

 

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