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    So I'm a huge fan of loading a ton of steaks on the grill and cooking em up, but I'm tired of the same ol same ol as far as bbq sauce goes, and I'm not a huge fan of making my own when I dont know how it may turn out. Steaks are precious afterall.

    Anyone have any good recipes for a good bbq sauce?
     
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    A good steak needs no sauce
     
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    Marinate ribeyes or kabobs in a mixture of red wine, a little vinegar, a lot of garlic, pepper and seasoned salt.

    Grill. Yum yum.
     
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    first you are not bbqing you are grilling....2nd buy decent steaks and skip the sauce....salt and pepper the steaks....rub with garlic if you must..prior to the salt and pepper..use charcoal or wood...no gas.....
    heat the grill.....slap them puppies on there....ribeye with marbling on the outside is considered the grilling steak...i watch for sales....about 6 bucks a lb on sale...
     
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    remember a steak continues to cook after you have taken it off the grill...so allow for that when cookings...i like mine medium rare...but find that hubby only grills well done...so i have to buy steaks that can handle that....son makes excellent steaks
     
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    Quite right. Nothing worse than a misteak.
     
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    I like a BBQ sauce called "Sticky Fingers". It's the only sauce I'll eat. I marinate my grill meats in it for a little while before grilling. With burgers I'll add a little more before I eat, with steaks I don't add anymore. It's just enough to flavor the steak slightly, but I still want to taste the steak.

    As a side note, I like to cut potatoes in thirds and coat them in a little mixture of olive oil, cajun seasoning, seasoning salt, and pepper...wrap them in foil and let them cook on the grill for about 30 mins.
     
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    Don't put bbq sauce on a steak. Have used TGIFriday's Jack Daniels marinade. Also found an awesome marinade for a cheap center cut chuck steak, after you've trimmed the fat. 1 cup of soy sauce, 1/2 cup of white vinegar, 1/4 cup worchester sauce, 1/2 cup brown sugar. Refrigerate the steak for at least 3 hrs., turning it over at the halfway point, then broil or grill.
     
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    Worcestershire, fresh cracked black pepper and a little season salt is all the marinade good steak needs.
     

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