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I vac sealed them Jay. I have a 7PM job at Philadelphia Radio tonight.

Thanks for the info. I'll look into it now.

EDIT: I used your method and it worked . Thank you. Now hopefully the yard is dry enough to mow. Gonna fire up a yard gar and go for a ride.
Glad I could help.
Are you just marinating or are you going to cook them in a sous vide?
I think I may salt and cracked pepper them and when they are done grilling to about medium rare slather them in butter.
Or reverse sear them in the smoker for about 2 hours.
Most all those juicy steaks you get out are slathered in butter. Just an FYI. I know you're pretty slick but in case you didn't know....;)
That sous vide method you mentioned using the Anova Precision Cooker looks interesting and I would like to try it but already have a bunch of cooking toys. Cheapest one on eBay is $129 unless you know of knockoffs.
Linguini and clam sauce tonight brother .....mmmmmm
Baby back ribs, loaded potato salad, and fresh corn on the cob here Beezer.

Hope this helps.
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