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    Reverse Seared Strube Mishima Tenderloin with Mushrooms and Onions

    Ok I posted one of these a couple of weeks ago but didnt reverse sear...this is showing how great this is.....and also showing you the best way to make veggies or mushrooms while you cook the meat.
    Here are sliced shrooms aand sweet onions whiskey balsamic reduction and Big Poppa Double Secret Rub

    wrap it up and put on the fire


    the drum was running at 250 with oak pellets

    twenty minutes a side and the pull the meat and rest while you raise the fire basket for a great reverse sear....it of the meat was 127
    one side

    other side and done rest

    Here are the done mushrooms

    plated goodness

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    Incredible...left me drooling. Forget the napkin...give me a bib.
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    Love that plated goodness shot! What did you season the beef with? DSSR?
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    yes and whiskey balsamic glaze as glue

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    I just used some chili balsamic on a roast the other day.. i forgot i had it so it was the first time it was used. Add a really nice flavor.
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    Looks excellent BP!!

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    that look great BP!

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    Oh Deb...you would like this cooker

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    LOL,

    I think my limit for new smokers & kayaks is used up for the year
    Last edited by Deb; 10-19-2012 at 09:10 AM.

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    Hey Deb, Let me know when you want to go drum shopping... Maybe Bob will join as well... we are becoming a force in CT.. hahaha
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