Cooking on a rock

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  1. TurboDiesel

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    I've done it before. It's something you do for fun, not because it's a superior way to cook a steak.

    It's best to use a rock that's been kept dry...don't dig one out of the creek because it will most likely split when it gets hot.
     
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    Sandstone is fun in the fire too...:whistle:
     
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    I have a salt block that I use on a very irregular basis. I had some striped bass on it. That tasted amazing. It is best when the salt block is pretty hot to begin with.
     
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    Steak on a Stone!
     
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    Probably better than steak on a stick! :D
    And with that, I'm out...G'nite folks :salute:
     
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