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« on: June 02, 2005 08:42:59 AM »

Sometime back, on one of the cooking show (Food Network) One of the chefs seared a steak in a cast iron frying pan, then put it in the oven to finish cooking it.  Does any one remember which chef? Was it Elton Brown, Bobby Flay or Tyler Florance?  I'm sure I can find the recipe I want if I can narrow down my search.  There are over 800 steak recipes on the Food Network.
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« Reply #1 on: June 02, 2005 09:18:05 AM »

It was in the Good Eats episode, "Steak your Claim".

Here is the Food Network's link:

http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/recipes/recipe/0,1977,FOOD_9936_99,00.html

I love Alton Brown. Grin
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« Reply #2 on: June 02, 2005 09:47:34 AM »

Thank you!  And Thank you for going the extra mile.
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« Reply #3 on: June 02, 2005 11:23:40 AM »

No problem, I have pretty much all of the episodes on CD and I watch them quite a bit. I am obsessed.  Roll Eyes
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« Reply #4 on: June 02, 2005 12:14:50 PM »

I picked up a couple of bacon wrapped filets at the meat counter, and I want to try that method.  Thanks again!
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« Reply #5 on: June 02, 2005 01:40:04 PM »

If you haven't done so yet, I'd suggest you look at the reviews for this recipe. I remember lots of people saying that there was a lot of smoke going on in the kitchen at some point. Let me know how this method works out for you, I haven't tried it myself yet.
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« Reply #6 on: June 02, 2005 04:46:43 PM »

My steak was fabulous, as good as a $30.00 steak from a fancy steak house.  But I won't be doing it again. Smoke wasn't the problem, the 500 degree oven set off my smoke alarm, and my dog went berserk.  Back to the grill.
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« Reply #7 on: June 02, 2005 06:17:46 PM »

Smoke wasn't the problem, the 500 degree oven set off my smoke alarm, and my dog went berserk.

Uhhh, time to clean the oven and get a new smoke alarm? Smiley

When I've used this method the oven really wasn't the problem step (500F isn't that hot for an oven!)- the heating your cast iron skillet white hot was!  For anyone who hasn't done it and is curious: as soon as you slap a steak on that puppy- instant column of smoke.

I just make sure to have my doors open with fans at each of them to pull the smoke out- and oh yeah- pop out those smoke setector batteries for this one.
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« Reply #8 on: June 03, 2005 06:59:26 AM »

Actually, my oven is clean, and my smoke alarms are only about a year and half old.  And my dog is insane.  I have found that anytime I have the oven over 450 degrees it sets off the smoke alarm, which is down the hall by my bedroom door.  My carbon detector, which is right next to my stove, never missed a beat.  and there was very little smoke. And all of my doors and windows were opened too.  My vent fan was on, and so were my ceiling fans.
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« Reply #9 on: June 03, 2005 08:31:13 AM »

That's kind of bizarre that based upon the heat of your oven the smoke alarm chimes. I hate those things, and I do a lot of stir frying and using cast iron skillets and stuff, and if I don't take out the batteries on mine, I'd be deaf by now. Not to say that I burn things a lot, but different cooking methods cause more problems than others. That's why I had my husband help me rig up a turkey fryer heater thing on our balcony so I can cook 1) with propane instead of my lackluster common electric apartment stove 2) outside. Yay cooking!
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