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Caveman steak

ChrisM

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I had a go at cooking the so called caveman/Eisenhower steak. 1 T bone and 1 porterhouse directly onto the coals(red gum firewood) 3 min each side. Turned out fantastically! Great way to cook in the bush.
 

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Chigger

Ray Mears
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I have cooked steaks and snags directly on the coals from time to time. Gives a good smokey taste to the meat and have to be prepared to flick the coals of the meat before eating.

Some people looked on in horror at what I was doing.
 
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