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Today we're cooking up some steak , bone stew with the pit and it's easy to do .
All right , for this recipe .
You're gonna need some steak and here we have a couple porterhouse steaks .
You've seen those before , right ?
You're gonna need an onion .
You're gonna need some potatoes , garlic .
We've got some beef broth , some SPG and some beer .
All right .
Now , first thing you wanna do , of course is season up those steaks and we're using our SPG using salt and pepper or whatever you got .
All right , let's get this started .
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Right now , we'll oil up the grate and we're gonna throw these steaks on .
Now , if you've never had steak , bone stew before , you definitely got to check it out .
This is some good eating a pit , especially as that weather gets cold .
Oh , man .
All right .
Now we're using uh porterhouse .
In this case , you can use T bone , whatever good boned in steak you can get right to work , but there's nothing like a porterhouse .
These weigh about a pound and a half each .
And , uh , the object here is to sear both sides .
Right , briefly .
Maybe , uh , maybe we can bring them to medium rare .
It's your choice .
Medium rare does prime for this , uh , steak bone stew .
And we're after the flavor , of course .
That grilled flavor for our stew .
All right , the steaks are done to about medium rare the way we like it .
And , uh , now we're going to take up some of the veggies there , the onions and the garlic and we've got one good whole onion there .
Fine chop .
And we've got , uh , three cloves of garlic mint and we're just going to , um , heat them up in the pan a little bit of oil .
I don't have to tell you about that .
Now , here , I've got six cups of beef broth and , um , this recipe needs a good beef broth to bring it all together .
You want that deep rich beef flavor in this , right ?
So , use a good beef broth and , uh , last , but not least here we've got some beer and we're gonna use , say about 12 ounces of beer .
We're using a lager , use your favorite beer , of course , whatever you got , you can go for a much stronger beer like a stout .
But we kind of like the lager for this .
Now , we're after the T Bones here because these are , uh , State Bones stew .
So , what we're gonna do is remove most of the meat just like that .
And of course , it's Pitmaster privilege with , uh , with these steaks .
If you wanna do some eat right .
Take a look at that .
All right , we're gonna throw it in the pot with the broth and the onions and the garlic .
This is gonna be good and we're gonna cook it for at least a half hour slow simmer .
And in the meantime , we're gonna chop up that beef into smaller chunks , bite size chunks .
And of course , that's pit master privilege too .
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Oh , baby , you're eating good tonight , Martha .
About a half hour has gone by more or less .
It's simmering in that pot .
The Lord have mercy .
Now we're gonna throw in the potatoes and we've cut them up bite size like that .
About four potatoes .
You decide how many potatoes go in there and we're gonna throw in the beef and we're gonna cook this for bad till about the potatoes are done .
It won't take long , maybe another 20 minutes or so .
More of them .
We gotta check on this .
Take a look at that .
He's good enough to eat already , but uh few more minutes get it just right .
And in the miracle of time , of course , it's time to eat .
I told you this is real easy to do .
Of course we'll have the steak Nazis come in and say , how could you do that to a rib steak .
Watch us .
This is how it's done .
If you want a top notch beef stew , then check out this steak bone stew .
And of course , we do apologize for eating in front of you like this .
But we call this pit master pri .
Uh , you're gonna have to get your own canned soup , right .
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